Rebecca Ozols

Member & Vice President, Growth & Strategy

  • 6 Years with Bell

Rebecca Ozols is the first female Owner of BELL Construction where she serves as the Vice President of Growth & Strategy and leads the business development and marketing functions. As Vice President of Strategic Growth at BELL, she works across the organization to drive growth and strengthen BELL’s position in the industry. Rebecca collaborates with the executive team to develop key relationships and advance strategic priorities in the market. She is dedicated to building BELL’s brand as the leading construction company in Tennessee and the Southeast.

Rebecca has been recognized numerous times throughout the years for her accomplishments including:

  • Women of Influence – Nashville Business Journal (The Women of Influence Awards honors the region’s most influential business women who not only work hard but love what they do. They are women  from every industry and profession — women who have made a difference in their communities, blazed a trail for the rest of us, and are leaving a mark on Nashville.)
  • Developing Leader of the Year – NAIOP (NAIOP’s Developing Leaders is an exclusive program geared specifically for all young professionals in commercial real estate development)
  • First female Owner-member of BELL
  • CRE award – Nashville Business Journal

Education

  • B.A., Psychology, Butler University

Involvement

  • Associate Builders and Contractors (ABC), Greater Tennessee Chapter
  • Urban Land Institute Nashville (ULI)
  • Associated General Contractors of Tn
  • Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS), Nashville Chapter, Program Chair
  • Rotary Club of Nashville
  • Boys & Girls Club Middle Tennessee, Board Member
  • Williamson, Inc.
  • CASA Davidson County, Court Appointed Special Advocate
  • Center for Nonprofit Management, Former Board Member
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee, Former Big Sister

Awards & Honors

  • Nashville Business Journal CRE Honoree, 2022
  • Nashville Business Journal Women of Influence Honoree, 2022
  • NAIOP Developing Leader of the Year, 2022
  • Nashville Emerging Leader Awards (NELA), 2019 Finalist
  • Nashville's Top 30 Under 30, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
  • Young Leaders Council, 2016 Graduate