Women of Worth is inspired by the L’Oréal Paris belief that “Every Woman is Worth It” and honors the intrinsic beauty and worth of everyday women committing their lives to making a difference. With stories born out of adversity and tragedy, the Women of Worth are champions of a range of causes. From connecting underserved children with mentors through video, to finding vacation homes for families of women with Stage IV metastatic breast cancer, to providing law enforcement data to help eradicate child predators, the Women of Worth are tackling society’s most pressing issues in their own innovative ways.
L’Oréal Paris provides each Women of Worth Honoree national recognition through networking opportunities, marketing support, a platform to tell her story and $10,000 to support her charitable cause. The public is invited to support the Women of Worth by sharing their stories and voting for a National Honoree who will receive an additional $25,000.
“The 2016 Women of Worth are passionate and vibrant women united in a mission to improve the lives of others,” said Karen T. Fondu, President of L’Oréal Paris. “Through their actions, the Women of Worth demonstrate an inner strength that is transformative to their communities and the embodiment of our L’Oréal Paris belief that celebrates the intrinsic worth and beauty of every woman.”
Selected by a distinguished panel of judges, including leaders in business and media, the 2016 Honorees were chosen from a record number of nominations for their unwavering commitment, drive and desire to better the lives of those around them: Monica Gray, Sandra Gunn, Marian Hamilton, Jessica Kidd, Diane Latiker, Nadya Okamoto, Debbie Sardone, Orlaith Staunton, Kathy Tillotson and Carly Yoost.
The event was held on November 16, 2016 in New York City, and as usual, Rupert and Aimee looked great!!
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The photos are posted on the gallery as usual.