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Why you can't miss our 25th Annual Pinnacle Awards

Posted by Kelly Garrity on January 16, 2019

Our 25th Anniversary Pinnacle Awards are right around the corner. Are you registered for the event? Here’s why you should be. On Friday, February 1, The Boston Marriott Copley will be abuzz with 1,200 professional women representing all ages, industries, professions and backgrounds who have come together to celebrate eight outstanding greater Boston women who have had an immeasurable impact on the business community in Boston and have altered the essence of what it means to be a leader in business.

AND, this year’s 2019 Pinnacle Awards in Boston will be bigger and better than ever as we celebrate the 25th birthday of the most prestigious honor for women in the region (yes, there will be mimosas).

Here’s a snapshot of our 25th Anniversary Pinnacle Award Honorees:



Professor Anita Hill Pinnacle Awards

Professor Anita Hill, Brandeis University: (Lifetime Achievement)  Leading voice and inspiration on gender and racial equity in the workplace 




Marlo Fogelman Pinnacle Awards

Marlo Fogelman, marlo marketing: (Achievement in Entrepreneurship) Branding businesses across Boston and the world with her leading marketing agency 





Amy Latimer Pinnacle Awards

Amy Latimer (Achievement in Management, Private) Cementing Boston’s reputation as a hub of sports entertainment






Lisa Wieland Pinnacle Awards

Lisa Wieland, Massachusetts Port Authority: (Achievement in Management, Government) Coordinating and growing one of the largest and busiest ports on the east coast





Deborah Hughes Pinnacle Awards

Deborah Hughes, Brookview House (Achievement in Management, Nonprofit): Giving hope and opportunity to homeless women and children. 





Dani Monroe Pinnacle Awards

Dani Monroe, Partners HealthCare: (Achievement in Professions) Driving diversity and inclusion at New England’s largest health care organization and private employer. 




Zorica Pantic Pinnacle Awards

Zorica Pantic, Wentworth Institute of Technology: (Achievement in Education) Shattering the limits for women in business as the first female engineer to lead an institute of technology in the U.S. 





Julie Livingstone Pinnacle Awards

Julie P. Livingstone, The HYM Investment Group, LLC: (Emerging Executive) A young professional managing a $2 billion, 2.9 million sf redevelopment project in downtown Boston.




If our honorees haven’t sold you, here are three more reasons why you need to be at our 2019 Pinnacle Awards.

  1. The room: You'll be rubbing elbows with the most powerful movers and shakers in Greater Boston, such as Diane Hessan, Liz Cheng, and Courtney Scrubbs. Last year we had over 1,200 attendees from nearly 200 different companies.
  2. The vibe: When all these leaders come together, it's truly something special. The buzz fills the room and reverberates for weeks to follow. If you've never been, you're missing out! If you are interested in seeing the event come to life for yourself, check out our 2018 Pinnacle Awards Highlight Reel.
  3. The stories: Be inspired by our honorees’ incredible stories. You're sure to leave energized and excited for 2019 – the best year for #BosBizWomen

Register today!