Company: Project Frog
Ann Hand recognized at Fortune’s 2013 Most Powerful Women Summit
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – October 14, 2013: Ann Hand, Project Frog CEO, has been named to Fortune’s 2013 Most Powerful Women (MPW) Entrepreneurs list. Hand is one of 10 women who received this recognition and will be honored at the MPW Summit 2013 on October 15 – 17, 2013 in Washington, D.C.
The 2013 MPW Entrepreneurs come from thriving companies within the $1 million to $25 million range, across diverse industries. The editors of Fortune selected these female founders and CEOs as “extraordinary innovators, groundbreakers, and game changers.”
“It is an honor to be included in this group of such incredible female leaders,” said Ann Hand, Project Frog CEO. “The entrepreneurial spirit reflected across the MPW Entrepreneurs list is what Project Frog has been built upon, especially in an industry like construction that has seen little disruption. This honor recognizes our goal at Project Frog to not only change how buildings are created, but provide a brighter, healthier space for those who occupy them.”
Hand will also be speaking at the MPW Summit 2013 on the panel, “Growth and Innovation: Entrepreneur vs. Intrapreneur,” with Wendy Clark, Senior Vice President of Global Sparkling Brand Center at Coca-Cola Company, Megan Smith, Vice President at Google[x] and moderator Leigh Gallagher, Assistant Managing Editor and MPW Summit Co-chair at Fortune.