1. When she was the first black woman to create a top ten network series, via Grey's Anatomy.
2. When she honored every woman who came before her and cracked the glass ceiling so that she could bust through it and do her thing.
"How many women had to hit that glass before the pressure of their effort caused it to evolve from a thick pane of glass into just a thin sheet of splintered ice?" she said at The Hollywood Reporter's Women In Entertainment brunch. "When it was my turn to run, it didn't even look like a ceiling anymore. I mean, the wind was already whistling through — I could always feel it on my face. And there were all these holes giving me a perfect view to other side. I didn't even notice the gravity, I think it had worn itself away. So I didn't have to fight as hard, I had time to study the cracks. I had time to decide where the air felt the rarest, where the wind was the coolest, where the view was the most soaring. I picked my spot in the glass and called it my target. And I ran."