Treger Strasberg

 Treger Strasberg, 37
Founder, Chairman of the Board
Humble Design

Treger Starsberg

Treger Strasberg is the founder and chairman of the board at Humble Design. The Detroit-based non-profit organization helps families transitioning out of homeless shelters by providing furnishings and design services. When beginning Humble Designs, the team aspired to help furnish one home every six weeks. The high demand kept them inspired and after five years in business they have helped 500 families in need.

Treger has served on the board of trustees at Temple Beth El as head of New Membership Rabbinic Search Committee since 2011. She is an active supporter of Forgotten Harvest, the place where her journey into non-profit began.

Treger received her bachelor's degree from the School Of Visual Arts. She has received awards such as the TCH Diversity Award from The Community House for uplifting over 300 African American single moms in the city of Detroit. LightHouse of Oakland County honored Treger with the Lighthouse Salute America, an award that honors individuals who embody the American spirit both professionally and philanthropically. She was selected at a TBE Mitzvah Model at the Temple Beth El. A recipient of the Soroptimist Ruby Award or Women Helping Women, and has also been featured in The New York Times, a national television show, "Motor City Rising," Detroit 20/20, newspapers, radio and news stations, Mitch Albom's "Heart of Detroit," Ambassador, Styleline and Hour Magazine and most recently on the Meredith Vieira Show.

The information presented here was accurate as of January 1, 2015.