Treney Tweedy (At-large)
Treney Tweedy is a native citizen of Lynchburg. She grew up in Rivermont and is a graduate of E. C. Glass High School. Following graduation, she served as a Journalist in the United States Navy. After returning home, Treney graduated from Lynchburg College where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English.
She has received her Masters of Business Administration at University of Lynchburg. She has three adult children and is a grandmother.
Treney served six years on the Lynchburg City School Board as a District 3 representative and served two of those years as the Vice Chairman of the Lynchburg City School Board. Treney’s career experience includes working for both public and private businesses, as well as higher education in the Lynchburg community.
She is the Executive Director at Treney Tweedy Consulting Services, LLC, specializing in communications management and public relations consulting. She has a strong Baptist faith and believes that helping others is a lifetime priority. She enjoys home decorating, traveling and spending time with her family and friends.
Treney serves on the Lynchburg Redevelopment & Housing Authority, Horizon Behavioral Health Services Advisory Board, Step with Links Board, the Hill City Youth Football & Cheerleading Association Board and is a member of the Lynchburg Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Treney received a Gubernatorial appointment by former Governor Terrence McAuliffe and currently serves on the New College Institute Board in Martinsville, VA. She was recently appointed to Gov. Ralph Northam’s administration as a member of the New College Institute, a state-funded body in Martinsville offering bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees through partnerships with Virginia colleges and universities.
*As a result of legislation adopted during the 2021 session of the General Assembly, beginning in 2022 City Council elections will be changed from May to November. As a result of this change, the terms of office for current Councilmembers will be extended for an additional six months past the original June term expiration date.