Bary is VEBA's secretary and treasurer, sits on the board of directors, and is the chairman of the website committee.
Bary is the principal organizer and one of the core volunteers for VEBA's traveling name and gender marker clinics. At the clinics, volunteer attorneys receive training and then help trans and gender nonconforming individuals correct their name and gender marker on identification documents.
Bary is committed to improving legal education and resources available to the public and legal community. He also provides seminars and workshops to the trans and gender-nonconforming communities around the process for name and gender marker changes, and routinely moderates or serves as a panelist for community, company, industry, and public discussions of current topics. He has been a guest lecturer at both William and Mary Law School and University of Richmond School of Law on LGBT legal issues, helps train other lawyers through continuing legal education. Bary currently serves on a working group to address gendered language in the Virginia Code.
In 2015 and 2016, the RBA under Bary's leadership has been recognized by Diversity Richmond for its outstanding service to the LGBTQ community, a tradition of organizational service Bary hopes to institutionalize. In March of 2017, the RBA and other community organizations will host the RBA Career Readiness Series, culminating in the Richmond Business Alliance Job Fair at Diversity Richmond. This series is the first-ever fair of its kind for the Richmond and Central Virginia markets.
In December 2016, Bary's work to better the community was recognized when he was featured as a "Community Champion" by Diversity Richmond.