Company: The 3 C’s of the Trinity
Location: Upper Marlboro, Maryland, United States
Education: MA, Humans Services, Ashford University, 2021;
BA, Project Management, Ashford University
Career History: Author/CEO, The 3 C’s of the Trinity, 2019-present;
Senior, Contract Specialist, National Academy of Sciences, 2005-present;
Type of Business: Counseling
D. Lively Washington, Author and CEO of The 3 C’s of the Trinity, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the field of counseling.
Ms. Washington became involved in her profession because she had trials and tribulations in life and she wanted to give back. She had a vision to help others therefore, she started the nonprofit, The 3 C’s of the Trinity. The 3 C’s in the name of the organization stand for conviction, correction and comfort. The 3 C’s of the Trinity was established due to a vision, which she believed was sent from God. Furthermore, she is a published author and her 2019 biography tells her story about being raised by a drug-addicted mother and the struggles of street life. She spent many years being shuffled around between stars here homes and juvenile detention dealing with abuse, sexually, mentally and physically. Identifying with homelessness, drug abuse and domestic violence, she has committed her life to give back to others. Ms. Washington launched The 3 C’s of the Trinity in 2019 and believes through community outreach and counseling she can make a difference.
In addition to launching her nonprofit, Ms. Washington has worked as a senior and contract specialist for the National Academy of Sciences since 2005. Ms. Washington prepared for her career by earning a Bachelor of Arts in project management from Ashford University and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in human services from the institution. She considers her most notable achievement to be becoming successful regardless of her adversities. She did not let her adversities define her. Ms. Washington spreads this message in her line of work and encourages other women to stop making decisions with their lives based on what their feelings are.