Cosmetic Executive Women held its annual achiever awards ceremony Friday, Oct. 14, where in addition to honoring outstanding leaders in the beauty industry it also issued a Corporate Empowerment for Women Award to Procter & Gamble Beauty & Grooming, which was accepted by none other than Bob McDonald, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Procter & Gamble Co., while The Great Idea Award, a CEW first, went to Ouidad, often known as the “Queen of Curls,” who founded Ouidad hair care and salons.
Winners of the Achiever Award included Gina Boswell, executive vice president, Unilever Personal Care North America; Lisa Hawkins, senior vice president, marketing, education and events, North America, Dior Beauty; Barbara Zinn-Moore, svp, general merchandise manager, Cosmetics and Home, Lord & Taylor, and Leslie Marino, general manager, Kérastase, Shu Uemura Art of Hair and Essie, L’Oréal USA. CEW has been issuing the Achiever Award since 1975. This year’s honorees were recognized for a variety of their outstanding characteristics and qualities, at least according to their beauty colleagues who presented their awards.
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