L’Oreal Paris Call for Women of Worth Nominations

L'Oreal Paris ambassador Julianne Moore and L'Oreal Paris Women of Worth honorees Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis and Phyllis Sudman launch the 10th Anniversary of Women of Worth
L’Oreal Paris ambassador Julianne Moore and L’Oreal Paris Women of Worth honorees Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis and Phyllis Sudman launch the 10th Anniversary of Women of Worth

L’Oreal Paris Women of Worth launches its annual call for nominations to recognize inspiring women who are making a difference in communities.

Now in its tenth year, Women of Worth embodies L’Oreal Paris’ brand philosophy “Because I’m Worth It,” and demonstrates the connection between giving back and igniting a sense of self worth.

Over the last decade, Women of Worth has recognized 90 extraordinary women, shining a spotlight on their stories and causes.

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Past honorees have been involved in a range of important issues from empowering young Latinas and mentoring at-risk youth, to advancing the detection of breast cancer and addressing child hunger.

“At L’Oreal Paris, we believe that all women are worth it. We know that when empowered, women can overcome any obstacle and accomplish whatever they set out to achieve,” said L’Oreal Paris president, Karen T. Fondu.

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In honor of Women of Worth’s 10th anniversary, L’Oreal Paris is launching “Women of Worth Wednesdays,” a social content series that encourages followers to celebrate the women who inspire them every day.

Whether teachers or mothers, mentors or friends, women are invited to join the conversation on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram by tagging the women that inspire them with #WomenofWorth.

L’Oreal Paris is accepting nominations for the next 10 honorees now through May 15.

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Rakesh Raman