New MP at Green Hasson Janks

Tom Barry

Tom Barry

Green Hasson Janks of Los Angeles (FY15 net revenue of $26 million) has appointed Tom Barry as its next MP, replacing Leon Janks, who continues with the firm in a consulting role after 11 years as MP.

Barry has been a partner for 10 years, and leads the waste management and environmental services practice. This succession comes on the heels of a rigorous strategic planning process by the partner group, which has a deep commitment to growing future leaders, the firm announced.

Green Hasson Janks is nearing its 65th year. Janks, the firm says, leaves a strong legacy of success. “His commitment to positivity and collaboration is an inspiration that has attracted world-class talent to the firm. Leon’s stewardship of the firm’s vision has seen the number of employees – and revenues – more than double during his leadership. His belief that investing in and growing great next-generation talent is a recipe for how Green Hasson Janks continues to achieve excellence, exceed projected goals and ensure sustainable growth.”

Janks says, “Tom is a prime example of how we grow great people, as he has grown up in the firm for over 20 years and has established his own footprint with a reputation for innovation and developing talent.”

Professional development is integral to the firm’s vision and values and underlies its success. Barry says he is able to devote time to his family and pursue his passions of fishing and coaching while “continuing to help build a better future for my clients and colleagues.” Barry launched the firm’s concept of #BeMore, which encourages members of the firm to live their best lives, professionally and personally.