The awards are given yearly to talented community leaders that have had a significant impact on the Northern Virginia area through volunteerism and community engagement, says Leadership Fairfax President and CEO Karen Cleveland.
Gordon will be honored with this year’s Regional Leadership Award. Helios has earned the Corporate Leadership Award.
Other 2015 honorees:
- Trustee Leadership Award: Dr. Charles Thomas, Jr., Project Leader, LMI
- Nonprofit Leadership Award, Individual: Eileen Ellsworth, Community Foundation of Northern VA
- Nonprofit Leadership Award, Organization: The Child and Family Network Centers
- Educational Leadership Award: Jesse Kraft, Principal, Providence Elementary School
The award ceremony will take place Dec. 3, 2015 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Waterford Fair Oaks. Tickets can be purchased online at www.leadershipfairfax.org.
Photo: RCC’s Leila Gordon (right) with Reston founder Bob Simon in 2014
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