Tre’vell Anderson is an award-winning journalist, social curator, and world changer who always comes to slay! Formerly the Director of Culture and Entertainment at Out magazine, they have dedicated their career to centering those in the margins, grey spaces, and at the intersections of life through a pop culture lens.
The love child of Wendy Williams, RuPaul, and Melissa Harris Perry — with a dash of André Leon Talley — Tre’vell got their start in journalism at the Los Angeles Times where they created the beat of diversity in Hollywood with a focus on Black and queer film. They’ve covered every major red carpet and interviewed all of your faves. Their work at the Los Angeles Times was recognized by the Online News Association, National Association of Black Journalists, NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists, the Shorty Awards, and the Los Angeles Press Club.
A native of Charleston, SC, Tre’vell received their Bachelor’s degree in sociology from “the nation’s headquarters for Black male excellence,” Morehouse College. A year later, the gender-nonconformer earned their Master’s degree in journalism from Stanford University. In 2018, Tre’vell received the “Passing the Torch Award” from Better Brothers Los Angeles for their work in media. They are the president of the National Association of Black Journalists of Los Angeles and has made appearances on Fox Business Network, NBC Nightly News, Good Morning America, and Entertainment Tonight Live.
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