Dec. 6, 2018
The New York Times interview with Senior Correspondent and Editor Susan Chira included Hill’s observations about what has and hasn’t changed since her testimony in the now-Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas hearings in 1991, and the hearings this fall in which Palo Alto University Professor Christine Blasey Ford testified about now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Hill, who is head of the Hollywood Commission on Eliminating Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality, talked about what changes need to occur to truly end sexual harrassment in the workplace.
Hill also told Chira, “It’s not the glamorous, headline-making work, it’s the day-to-day examination, combing through and interrogating things that people have just assumed were the only way things could be done.”
The annual Pinnacle awards have become one of the premier business gatherings in New England, attracting more than 1,200 attendees annually. In addition to Hill, this year’s honorees include Marlo Fogelman, Principal of marlo marketing; Amy Latimer, President of the TD Garden; Lisa S. Wieland, Port Director of the Massachusetts Port Authority; Deborah Hughes, President & Chief Executive Officer of Brookview House; Dani Monroe, Vice President, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer of Partners HealthCare; Zorica Pantić, PhD, President of the Wentworth Institute of Technology, and Julie P. Livingstone, Development Manager of the HYM Investment Group, LLC.
The Pinnacle Awards luncheon was started 24 years ago by the Chamber’s Women’s Network. Past honorees include Diane Hessan, Anne Finucane, Vicary Graham, Penni McLean-Conner, Liz Cheng, Courtney Scrubbs and the Honorable Karyn Polito.