Albert C. (Tré) Black

An impressive network of public-sector contacts and an insider’s perspective on state and local government make Albert C. (Tré) Black a valued member of the Strategic Partnerships (SPI) team. He brings decades of experience and insight to SPI clients.

A career steeped in public service has resulted in Black’s involvement in numerous state and local political campaigns, including serving as a key political advisor for civil district judges and several elected officials. He also has legislative experience as a former policy analyst for a member of the Texas Senate.

The SPI consultant is heavily involved in the Dallas/Fort Worth business community. He has held numerous key positions on municipal and county boards and committees. He was appointed by the Dallas County Judge to Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas and received Dallas mayoral appointments to both a municipal task force and council. Black also is a graduate of Leadership Dallas.

Among his many civic engagements, he serves as vice chair of the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, is a member of the Dallas Independent School District’s Minority Business Council and was appointed to the Executive Business Council by a member of the U.S. Congress.

Black earned a B.B.A in finance from Baylor University. He is a licensed real estate agent and a Texas certified mediator.