For Immediate Release
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FAIRFAX, VA (10/25/16) – Edward D. Warren, Director of Practice Growth for PBMares, has been selected to join the 2017 class of Leadership Greater Washington (LGW). PBMares, LLP is a U.S. Top 100 accounting and business consulting firm serving clients nationally and internationally from offices in the Mid-Atlantic.
Warren has been with PBMares for more than two years and is based out of PBMares’ Fairfax office. He has more than 25 years of sales, marketing, business development, and general management experience.
Since 1986, LGW has connected more than 1,600 executive leaders through its flagship Signature Program, a 10-month experience that brings leaders together to make a positive community impact in the Washington Metropolitan region. The program provides the opportunities for Greater Washington’s leaders to converge with a group of their peers around the region’s needs, challenges, and opportunities, and to cultivate the connections that lead to positive change for the greater community.
“While our incoming class is just beginning their journey within the LGW community, they represent the top private and public sector leaders who have the ability to create impact in our region,” said LGW President & CEO Doug Duncan in a release issued by LGW.
LGW provides a perfect opportunity for Warren to share and learn about the issues that matter, as well as connect with other top decision- makers. His specialty is growing revenue by focusing on profitable growth, building successful sales teams and building long-term relationships with clients. He has served on a variety of community and non-profit boards including the Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington, the Capitol Theatre Foundation Board, the Greencastle Antrim Chamber of Commerce Board, the Leadership Franklin County Steering Committee, Senior Warden at Saint Andrew’s Episcopal, the United Way of Franklin County board and board treasurer at Strive DC.
Warren earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Baltimore and an MBA from Loyola University of Maryland.
About Leadership Greater Washington
Leadership Greater Washington is a nonprofit organization founded in 1986 to bring the region’s community, business, and public sector leaders together with the expressed objective of cultivating positive impact in Greater Washington. LGW’s programs and event opportunities offer executive level leaders, emerging voices, and area youth dynamic ways to engage with important regional issues and build community connections. As the region’s principal leadership convener, no other organization crosses and serves more geographic and geopolitical barriers as LGW, which represents more than 17 city and county jurisdictions in the District of Columbia, Suburban Maryland and Northern Virginia.