Sara Armstrong, the general counsel of Graham Packaging, is the subject of an admiring profile in GC Mid-Atlantic, May 2006 at 30. No wonder, since among other qualities, she values and promotes work-life balance, which is “especially important for women professionals.”
She also praises, and embodies, commitment. “When her second child was born, she left the office at noon, delivered the child at 12:48 p.m. and was on a conference call at 1 p.m. (although only to alert the callers that she was otherwise occupied).”
Fiction would not be as ironic. “Commitment” is one way to characterize that striking example of work-new life balance.