For just the fourth time in its accolade-giving history, the CEW is bestowing a Lifetime Achievement Award at its annual Achievement Awards Luncheon in October. And this year it will go to — a man. Leonard A. Lauder will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award 25 years after his mother, Estée, garnered the very first one.
“The Lifetime Achievement Award was created for Mrs. Lauder. It was the first and only industry award she accepted, establishing CEW as a credible and important organization,” said Carlotta Jacobson, CEW’s president. “She helped put us on the map. Leonard has helped keep us there.”
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