The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce said that Harvard president Drew Faust and Boston first lady Angela Faletra Menino will be among nine winners of its 2014 Pinnacle Awards, which honor the accomplishments of local women.
Faust will receive a lifetime achievement award.
The other women being honored are Care.com chief executive Sheila Lirio Marcelo, EMC Corp. executive Linda Connly, US Representative Niki Tsongas, YWCA chief executive Sylvia Ferrell-Jones, Harvard Medical School assistant professor Carolyn E. Kloek, Boston Medical Center chief executive Kate Walsh, and Denterlein executive vice president Diana C. Pisciotta.
An awards ceremony is scheduled for Jan. 30 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel.
“For 20 years, the Chamber’s Women’s Network has worked to promote and expand opportunities for women across Greater Boston, and to celebrate the significant contributions women make to our economy and our community,” Paul Guzzi, president and chief executive of the Greater Boston Chamber, said in a statement. “The Annual Pinnacle Awards are the signature event of the Women’s Network. In the last two decades, we have recognized nearly 140 female leaders for their professional accomplishments. The 2014 honorees are exceptional and inspiring leaders who are making an incredible impact in their industries and beyond. The chamber looks forward to honoring these outstanding women, and to paying special tribute to Angela Menino on Jan.30.”