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In the news: Roxann Cooke

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In the news: Roxann Cooke
Roxann Cooke COURTESY PHOTO

Roxann Cooke, JP Morgan Chase Consumer Bank regional director and managing director, New England & Greater Pennsylvania Region, has been named a Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce 2022 Pinnacle Awards honoree for outstanding achievement in the Management – Private category.

The Pinnacle Awards were formed 28 years ago by the Chamber’s Women’s Network to honor leading women for outstanding achievement in the workplace, demonstrated leadership that has made a difference, and a commitment to enhancing the quality of life in the region. The award is the most prestigious honor for female professionals in the region.

“Congratulations to Roxann Cooke and all the Pinnacle Award honorees. The Chamber’s Pinnacle Awards are one of the most exceptional honors in the Commonwealth, and it is made even more meaningful by the energizing celebration of our honorees. I am grateful to Roxann for her significant leadership and contributions to Greater Boston,” said James E. Rooney, president & CEO of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. “Our future is bright because of Roxann and all our honorees who continue to lead us forward.”

This year’s honorees will be recognized on Friday, January 28, at the annual Pinnacle Awards held at the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport. Past honorees include Attorney General Maura Healey, Anita F. Hill, Sandi L. Fenwick, Vicary Graham, Chief Justice Margaret Marshall, Diane Hessan, Liz Cheng, and Courtney Scrubbs.

The Greater Boston Chamber’s Women’s Network was founded in 1994 to promote and expand economic opportunities throughout the Greater Boston region for all women in business through shared leadership and expertise. The Women’s Network offers programs that provide career enrichment and development opportunities for women at all professional levels, spotlight the accomplishments of women, and promote the positive influence that women have upon the Greater Boston region.