John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/File 2016
The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce has named its 2018 Pinnacle Award winners, recognizing nine women for their “achievement in business and management.” They will be honored at a luncheon scheduled for Jan. 26 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel. The winners were selected in nine categories, as follows:
Advancement of Women Professionals: Katy O’Neil, executive vice president, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.
Entrepreneurship: Alison Nolan, principal, Boston Harbor Cruises.
Management (private): Karen Keenan, executive vice president and chief administrative officer, State Street Corp.
Management (government): Karyn Polito, Massachusetts lieutenant governor.
Management (nonprofit): Lynn Margherio, founder and chief executive, Cradles to Crayons.
Professions: Dr. Merit E. Cudkowicz, chief of neurology, Massachusetts General Hospital.
Health Care, Arts and Education: Liz Cheng, general manager of television, WGBH and World Channel.
Emerging Executive: Courtney B. Scrubbs, corporate counsel, legal industrial affairs, Sanofi.
Lifetime Achievement: Rev. Liz Walker, pastor, Roxbury Presbyterian Church.
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