Claire Lewis Arnold is CEO and co-founder of Atlanta based Leapfrog Services. Leapfrog provides extraordinary IT services in a remote management model, to small and medium sized businesses and organizations.
Prior to founding Leapfrog, Ms. Arnold acquired NCC LP, building it into one of Georgia's five largest privately held companies. She also spent nearly 10 years with Coca-Cola USA, in marketing, sales, sales management and long range planning.
Ms. Arnold served for many years as a Trustee of Mary Baldwin College, most recently as Chair of its Board of Trustees of The Westminster Schools and as a mentor to younger women in the Atlanta business community. She currently serves on the Boards of The Atlanta Rotary Club, currently as its President, EARTH University Foundation, The Shepherd Center Foundation, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation, the Technology Association of Georgia, and Spelman College as well as on The Atlanta Committee for Progress. Additionally, she is on The Board of Councilors of The Carter Center, most recently as its Chair, the Board of Visitors of The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, and the Board of Directors of two NYSE listed firms. She was named the 2002 Small Business Person of the Year by the Metropolitan Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and the Atlanta Business Chronicle, received the 2004 Lettie Pate Whitehead Evens Award for outstanding performance as a corporate director, is a member of the YWCA of Greater Atlanta Academy of Women of Achievers and received Atlanta Rotary Club's Armin Maier Community Service Award.