BEVERLY HILLS, CA - MAY 11: Kiara Henderson and Brooklyn Johnson speak onstage during The LadyLike Foundation Women Of Excellence Luncheon at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on May 11, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Presley Ann/Getty Images for The LadyLike Foundation)
This afternoon, the Beverly Hilton and LadyLike Foundation founder Leah Pump welcomed an illustrious group of young women for the 11th Annual LadyLike Foundation Women of Excellence Luncheon which honored Storm Reid, Marjorie Harvey, Carrie O’dell, and Jordin Sparks. The nonprofit organization, whose mission is to educate, empower and inspire young girls living in underprivileged communities around the Greater Los Angeles area, hosted this annual fundraiser to honor women in the community and who are “Excellent” in their fields of occupation and philanthropy. The event also takes time to recognize its college scholarship recipients for the year.
This year’s honorees have each made an impact in their communities and utilized their various platforms to continue to inspire and encourage young ladies to fulfill their goals and not allow obstacles of any nature to permit them from becoming the best that they can be.
Funds raised at the 11thAnnual LadyLike Foundation Women of Excellence Luncheon will enable LadyLike Foundation to provide scholarships to college bound young ladies from the inner city of Los Angeles, as well as continue their international and local programs. In 2018, the foundation was able to provide four $5000 rewards to a group of deserving scholars to continue to pursue their education.
Notable attendees included Sean “P Diddy” Combs, Martin Lawrence, Tina Knowles, Cookie Johnson, Jaleel White, Debra Lee, Marjorie Harvey (Honoree), Lori Harvey, Storm Reid (Honoree), Jazz Smollet, Vanessa Simmons, Vanessa Williams, Dr. Nita Landry, Dr. Noelle Reid, Akira Akbar, Crystal Lee Brown, Lyric Ross, Nika King, Ciera Payton, Vanessa Bell Colloway (Host), Chris Spencer, Sugar Ray Leonard, Quincy Brown, and Chloe Bailey
For more information on the LadyLike Foundation, their programs and to support you can visit www.theladylike.comor follow them on Twitter @uratruelady.
About LadyLike Foundation
The LadyLike Foundation is a faith-based nonprofit 501c3 organization whose purpose is to Educate, Empower, and Inspire young women living in underprivileged communities. Through cutting-edge resource programs, workshops, mentorships, community service and visual/performing arts, young women are challenged to reach their highest potential to become the successful well-rounded LADY they were created to be.