Rebecca Stone was nominated and selected as a finalist for Denver Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business Award for 2016. 240 nominations were received and narrowed to a field of 36 of the most influential female leaders in Denver’s business community. Rebecca was selected for demonstrating innovation, entrepreneurship, professional accomplishment and community leadership.
This shows what an effective leader Rebecca is and recognizes the contributions she’s made to the local business community and how she’s helped OZ Architecture grow into one of the best firms in Colorado and the nation. At OZ, Rebecca is known as more than the boss – she is a true visionary, mentor, and friend.
The abundance of exceptional nominees and finalists for this year’s Outstanding Women in Business award truly demonstrates the extent to which Denver’s business and nonprofit industries are thriving and flourishing under the leadership of smart, strong, professional women. Rebecca says she is honored to have been named as a finalist and enjoyed meeting the many talented and successful women who represent the best of the best in their respective businesses and industries. Thanks to Denver Business Journal for recognizing the women leaders in Denver!
Find more coverage of the awards here.
Additionally, each of the finalist were asked to answer this poignant question:
“Do you think having a woman finally reach this pinnacle of leadership will result in more open doors for other women at C-suite levels and in the boardroom?”
Read the many insightful responses here.