04 Nov How To Build A Successful Career In The Beauty Industry: 39th Annual CEW Achiever Awards Recognized Top Women Leaders In The Cosmetic Business Industry: Market Trends 2015,16
The beauty industry honored six of its most accomplished thought-leaders at its 39th Annual Achiever Awards luncheon on Friday, Oct. 17, 2014 at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. The Awards recognized the achievements of the cosmetics industry’s most talented women who serve as inspiration for future leaders and encourage companies to support women’s advancement.
In celebration of CEW’s 60th Anniversary, CEW presented a special Lifetime Achievement Award to Leonard A. Lauder, Chairman Emeritus, The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. Mr. Lauder was recognized for his many years of leadership in, and contributions to, the beauty industry, and his dedication to the advancement of women. This is the first time in its history that CEW has honored a male leader at the Achiever Awards.
Also for the first time, all of the CEW Achievers were beauty industry entrepreneurs who have created unique brand and retail concepts. Nominated by CEW’s Board of Governors and selected by CEW’s Achiever Awards committee, the Honorees were:
• Laura Geller, Founder, Laura Geller Beauty
• Alli Webb, Founder, Drybar
• Jane Wurwand, Founder, Chief Visionary, Dermalogica, The International Dermal Institute and FITE
• Wende Zomnir, Chief Creative Officer, Founding Partner, Urban Decay Cosmetics
In addition, Sissel Tolaas, Founder, RE_searchLab received CEW’s Great Idea Award for Fragrance Innovation, which recognizes a woman who has made an impact in the fragrance industry. The award was presented by International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc.
“The Achiever Awards are so important to the beauty industry because they are dedicated to recognizing the success of powerful women leaders, and the achievements of these extraordinary trailblazers are so inspirational,” says CEW President, Carlotta Jacobson.
“We’re honored to present a Lifetime Achievement Award to Leonard A. Lauder, who is a great advocate of women in the beauty community.”
Cosmetic Executive Women, Inc. (CEW) is a nonprofit, professional organization with more than 6,000 members, both men and women, from over 1,700 companies in the beauty and related industries. CEW brings the beauty community together, at every stage of their careers, from every facet of the industry. CEW leads the conversation in beauty, addressing topics that are shaping the future of the industry and provides unparalleled access to industry influencers and thought leaders. CEW provides the connections, tools and leadership development resources to move careers forward. CEW recognizes professional achievement and innovation in the industry to inspire the next generation of leaders. CEW is based in New York City, and also hosts events for the beauty community in Los Angeles. Additionally, CEW has associated organizations in France and the United Kingdom. The CEW Foundation supports Cancer and Careers, a comprehensive program for people balancing work and cancer. For more information, visit cew.org.
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