Leonard “Lenny” Barden, P.E., Graduates from Leadership Fairfax: Emerging Leaders Institute

On June 12, 2019, Leonard “Lenny” Barden, P.E., graduated from the Emerging Leaders Institute; a program under Leadership Fairfax organization.  The commencement ceremony took place at the Reston Town Center Pavilion in Reston, Virginia.

Lenny is the second T3 employee to graduate from this program.  He joined 24 other class members from the business, nonprofit, and government sectors throughout Northern Virginia to receive a diploma commemorating the completion of the 10-month program.

The Emerging Leaders Institute is targeted toward young professionals from Northern Virginia area and requires a time commitment of one full work day per month for 10 months. The program is intended to develop skills in leadership and public speaking, while engaging with a small group of peers and coaches to focus on community service, as well as personal and professional growth.

T3 congratulates Lenny for completing this prestigious program that demonstrates his commitment to his own personal development that positively impacts both his community and his career.


Nomination for NoVa Chamber of Commerce Greater Washington 2019 Emerging Leader of the Year

ASHE Potomac Vice President and T3 Design Project Manager Ryan McCreedy, P.E., was nominated for NoVa Chamber of Commerce Greater Washington 2019 Emerging Leader of the Year.

McCreedy’s work does not end when he leaves the T3 office after a full day. He also gives his time to professional and charitable organizations, while he is continuing his education. Efforts like this seldom go unnoticed, and on June 7, 2019 he was among 10 people nominated out of 600 businesses and local leaders for the Greater Washington Emerging Leader of the Year award who were celebrated for their accomplishments. Being nominated is a great honor, and McCreedy is celebrated at T3.

T3 is proud to support staff members in accomplishing their dreams to become the best they can be and to contribute to causes greater than themselves.