The past nine months have flown by; the Holidays are just around the corner. Now is a good time to reflect on what’s been accomplished, and to recharge with beauty’s brightest minds. CEW’s annual awards event is a day filled with inspiration, motivation and community. Whether you live in New York, L.A. or London, the place to be on September 9 is with colleagues and friends as CEW honors the top female executives in beauty and one corporate pioneer in women’s empowerment. Here, the Top Five reasons not to miss this very special leadership event.
Celebrate CEW’s 2021 Achiever Award Honorees
This year’s Honorees include a mix of retailer and manufacturer superstars. Tune in to hear about their career journeys, key accomplishments, thankfulness, and advice. Be sure to tune in to celebrate: Monica Arnaudo, Ulta Beauty; Gail Boyé, Shiseido.; Lela Coffey, P&G Beauty; Cara Sabin, Sundial Brands; Lisa Sequino, Cosmetic Executive; Holly Thaggard, Supergoop!; and JuE Wong, Olaplex.
Applaud Madonna Badger, CEW’s 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree
Madonna Badger, Founder and CCO of creative firm Badger & Winters, has dedicated more than 30 years to improving how women are represented, served, and hired in media. In 2016, Madonna launched the powerful #WomenNotObjects campaign, which championed the end of the objectification of women in advertising. She also successfully lobbied Cannes Lions to prohibit work that objectifies women.
Honor L’Oréal USA, 2021’s Corporate Empowerment for Women (C.E.W.) Award Recipient
L’Oréal USA CEO Stéphane Rinderknech will accept the C.E.W. Award, which is recognizing the firm’s achievements in moving women forward in its company. Today, 70 percent of L’Oréal USA’s workforce is comprised of women, with three of the company’s four business divisions and the head of Operations led by women, a first for L’Oréal USA.
Learn from Julia Haart, Co-Owner/CEO, Elite World Group
Under Julia Haart’s leadership, EWG has transformed the traditional talent management business model by melding the worlds of commerce and technology. Julia’s mission to revolutionize the talent industry is the subject of a Netflix series, “My Unorthodox Life,” as is Julia’s life journey, which included being raised in a fundamentalist Orthodox community in Monsey, NY. In 2012, at the age of 43, Julia managed to leave the community and set out on her own. The career journey that developed over the next nine years is nothing short of extraordinary.
Cheer on 2021’s Emerging Leaders Honorees
It’s crucial to keep an eye on beauty’s next big stars, and to honor them for their work, vision, and commitment at this critical point in their careers. Celebrate seven executives who deserve the spotlight: Muffy Clince, Ulta Beauty; Monique Davis, The Estée Lauder Cos.; Erin Goldson, Unilever; Cara Kamenev, L’Oréal Paris; Linette Kim, Bliss; Ashley Kuhn, PhD, P&G Beauty; and Jennifer Lucchese, Sephora.
All registered attendees will receive exclusive first access to a keepsake digital journal featuring personal stories and pictures of the day’s Honorees, as well as a virtual gift bag. Learn more and register.