T3 Welcomes New VP of Business Development and Marketing

T3 Design is pleased to announce that Tandrumn Reid has joined the firm as the Vice President of Business Development and Marketing. She is based in the firm’s headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia office and is responsible for expanding T3’s presence in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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Ms. Reid comes to T3 Design with more than 20 years of experience in marketing; proposal management, to include production of proposals, presentations and marketing materials; business development; and strategic planning and development for the sale and promotion of engineering services for A/E firms from DBE to mid-size to Fortune 500 companies. With an emphasis in Transportation, Ms. Reid has extensive knowledge of civil and traffic engineering and construction management and inspection services for state DOTs, Federal agencies and local municipalities. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Marketing from George Mason University in Fairfax Virginia.

“Tandrumn Reid has been a friend and champion to our organization throughout our entire history as a company, and we are thrilled to have her join us and propel us forward. She has built deep relationships throughout our engineering community, and she embodies all the values we hold dear, including openness, trust, respect, teamwork, and leadership,” notes T3 president, Amy Morris, P.E., PTOE, PMP.  

Tandrumn brings to T3 her professionalism and career success, as well as her commitment to the company's future and to our clients. She can be reached at her direct line (571) 224-9456 or by email at treid@t3design.us.

Cerasela Cristei Attends the WTS Chapter Leaders Training

On November 16, 2017, over 100 WTS leaders from across America met at The Golden Nugget Hotel in Downtown Las Vegas for two days of Chapter Leadership Training.

Cerasela Cristei, the Chair of the Professional Development Committee for the WTS D.C. Chapter was selected to attend this training, along with Chapter President, Avital Barnea and Hospitality Committee Chair, Brittney Gick.

Cerasela was selected for the training due to her service on the committee for the past four years, as well as her dedication to the advancement of women in the transportation industry.

On the first day, presentations and group discussions involved diversity, marketing and branding, membership, and mentoring. Leaders shared ideas and strategies they have successfully applied in their individual chapters. The WTS Foundation was at the center of the afternoon discussions, including review of the strategic plan, goals and program components, as well as IRS rules for filing tax returns.

On the second day, the group collaborated to complete a SWOT analysis for the organization (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats). 

While this event focused on concerns relevant to the WTS board members and chapter leaders, the content and lessons were widely applicable across many disciplines and professions. It also afforded a variety of networking opportunities.

While in Las Vegas, Cerasela and Avital were able to sample transportation of the future, by experiencing a driverless ride in a Keolis shuttle. Both noted that the vehicle was equipped with an emergency brake, for passenger peace of mind!