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About Ernest “Tre” Hadrick, III

Ernest “Tre” Hadrick III is an educator, leader and coach of youth in the Greater Philadelphia, Pa area. He has been working with youth for over 13 years. Tre is currently a middle school counselor, a position which he has held for the past 8 years. He is the founder of a local non-profit called Norristown Men of Excellence, Inc that strives to better the living conditions in the community. Most recently, Tre spoke at an TEDx event on the topic of S.E.E.D.S. of Leadership. Outside of his work and community responsibilities, Tre enjoys spending time with his wife, son and dog. Tre is a former Division I athlete and attended Auburn University, North Carolina A&T State University, and Wilmington University.

Show Highlights

  • Ensuring equity as a school counselor
  • Connecting with parents
  • The S.E.E.D.S of Leadership
  • How Tre uses S.E.E.D.S. in his personal and professional life
  • Teaching students the basics of self-empowerment
  • Long-term goals for Tre

Connect with Tre

LinkedIn: Ernest C “Tre” Hadrick III

Additional Resources

The S.E.E.D.S of Leadership | Ernest Hadrick | TEDxNorristown

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