President Pantić Receives Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Pinnacle Award
February 4, 2019
President Zorica Pantić (second from right) and Anita Hill (second from left) were among those honored by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
President Zorica Pantić was honored with a 2019 Pinnacle Award on Friday, Feb. 1 at a prestigious event held by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.
Speaking to a gathering of 1,300 people at Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel, Pantić accepted the award in the Achievement in Health Care, Arts & Education category. She joined Anita Hill (Lifetime Achievement) as one of nine women in senior leadership roles who were recognized.
The 2019 event marked the 25th anniversary of the chamber’s Women’s Network—the largest community of professional women in New England.
Video from the event can be found on the Chamber’s Facebook page with President Pantić appearing around the five-minute mark.
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