OFP Managing Shareholder Named to Inaugural Virginia 500 — The 2020 Power List

On Behalf of Odin, Feldman & Pittleman, P.C. | Sep 3, 2020 | Award

Odin Feldman Pittleman congratulates Managing Shareholder F. Douglas Ross on his inclusion in the inaugural Virginia 500 — The 2020 Power List.

Over a year ago, Virginia Business magazine imagined a list that would honor “the state’s most powerful and influential leaders by sector.” The publication conducted research for approximately eight months to cull the resulting list. The research team evaluated such dimensions as annual revenue, community involvement, and the organization’s presence in the state in producing this cross-sectional listing. The final product highlights professionals in 20 categories, such as real estate, education, non-profit/philanthropy and law.

According to the publication, “…we have no illusions that this inaugural Power List is comprehensive or captures every powerful person in the commonwealth. But, in a remarkable year, this publication is a good reminder that Virginia is a remarkable place for power and leadership.”

Read more about the making of the list here.

Virginia Business describes the methodology behind the Power List.

Learn about Doug Ross here.

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