L’Oréal Paris has recognised the 2018 Women of Worth honourees, which acknowledge 10 women across the U.S. who make a difference in their communities through volunteerism.
The 10 women, Shreya Mantha, Alisha Zhao, Hannah Dehradunwala, Genevieve Chase, Dr. Holly Jacobs, Jennifer Maddox, Laura Reiss, Christy Silva, Betty Mohlenbrock and Carolyn Keller, were chosen from thousands of nominees for their commitment to helping the lives of others around them.
Karen T. Fondu, President Emeritus and Chairwoman of L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth, said, “We are inspired by these breathtaking Women of Worth whose courageous spirit and incredible strength has sparked worth within others and it is our privilege to share their causes and stories with the world.”
As part of the campaign one woman will now be selected as the 2018 National Honoree, with the public encouraged to vote until 30 November via the website womenofworth.com.
All honorees will receive $10,000 to support their charitable cause, support from national paid media, educational and training opportunities and a platform to tell her story on a national scale. The ultimate National Honoree will receive an additional $25,000.
Tim Coolican, President, L’Oréal Paris, said, “This year’s Honorees beautifully exemplify the L’Oréal Paris mission and we look forward to continuing to champion our Women of Worth to make an impact in their communities and around the world.”