Linda Rabbitt founded rand construction in 1989 and was one of very few female leaders in the industry at the time. She is still an active leader as Owner and Chair of the Board of Directors, and serves as a resource to the new CEO, leadership, and management teams as they work to advance the vision and strategies for rand’s future.
Under her leadership, rand grew from being a small tenant interiors firm into a $400+ million national multi-market construction corporation. Her knowledge of the industry and professional experience has enabled rand to deliver award-winning work for a vast client base. With a focus on networking, innovation, quality, and customer service.
Linda serves on the Board of Directors of the Economic Club of Washington, DC, acting as a Trustee of George Washington University, and working as a Director of the International Women’s Forum, she served on the Federal Reserve Board – Richmond, and on the Board of Directors for Brookfield Properties. Furthermore, she is a Horatio Alger Award winner and is featured by sponsoring a program at Harvard Business School teaching women to excel in business and how to join corporate boards. Named as one of the “100 Most Powerful Women in DC” by Washingtonian Magazine and “Outstanding Director” by the Washington Business Journal, Linda continues to push the bar for Women’s causes and achievements in business.
A graduate of George Washington University with a Master of Arts, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan, she is at heart a teacher and a visionary for advancing the next generation of leaders through education. She enjoys philanthropy, history, traveling the world, and spending time with her five grandsons.