Forty trailblazing women across the Washington area were recognized this week by Bisnow Ventures as “Power Women in DC Tech”, including our own Song Pak.
Song has led an impressive and tenured career as corporate counsel for leading businesses ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies. As Senior Vice President of Operations and Deputy General Counsel for Revolution, and as General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for the Revolution Growth fund, she has played an integral leadership role in due diligence and negotiation on all of the Revolution Growth investments, including DC area-based companies such as sweetgreen, Optoro, Resonate, Echo360 and FedBid.
Several other women who are close to the Revolution family were also honored with the distinction, including Jenny Abramson of LiveSafe, Shana Glenzer of SocialRadar, Susan Tynan of Framebridge and Donna Harris of 1776. And we are especially proud of two of our Revolution portfolio company executives, Karolyn Abram Dector of Optoro and Kristin Muhlner of newBrandAnalytics, who were among those recognized. These women represent some of the nation’s most visionary business leaders who are breaking down doors in the technology industry. Their business acumen and leadership in the technology space is remarkable, and together their accomplishments have been transformative for the sector.
Congratulations to each of the women who were recognized as “Power Women in DC Tech”. You each are true changemakers for the greater Washington, D.C. community. You can join Bisnow as they toast each awardee on October 15, 2014 during a special event at the Disruption Corporation in Crystal City recognizing their achievements. Learn more HERE.