BAA Foundation Announces 2020 Honorees

| February 7, 2020

Scott Wilson

Boston – The Boston Arts Academy Foundation announced its honorees for the annual BAA Honors celebration, its signature fundraising event to support Boston Arts Academy (BAA), Boston’s only public high school for the visual and performing arts.

The 2020 BAA honorees are Ernie Boch Jr., president and CEO, Subaru of New England; Ruth Carter, Academy Award-winning film and television costume designer; David Ortiz, legendary Boston Red Sox player, Major League Baseball analyst and Fox Sports commentator; Eve S. Rounds, passionate dance advocate and champion of the arts; Scott Wilson and Scott Butler, founding directors, Wilson Butler Architects; and Steve Samuels, chairman and principal, Samuels & Associates, a real estate development firm.

Scott Butler

The honorary chair for this year’s event is Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, and co-chairs are Sue Brady Hartigan, Boston’s veteran on-air radio personality, and Lee Michael Kennedy, president and CEO, Lee Kennedy Co., a construction management firm. Latoyia Edwards, NBC10 Boston and NECN anchor, is mistress of ceremonies for the black-tie event, which features a cocktail reception, dinner, student performances, live auction, and dancing.

The event will take place on Saturday, May 2, in the Rose Kennedy Ballroom, InterContinental Boston, at 6 p.m. Event proceeds will support BAA. The event will be followed by an after party at the hotel, which begins at 9 p.m. 

Steve Samuels

BAA Honors’ media partners are the NBC Boston group, including NECN, NBC10 Boston and Telemundo Boston, as well as iHeartMedia, which are both dedicated to celebrating Boston’s love for arts education, diversity and inclusion.

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