SELF Magazine Women Doing Good Awards-nomination opportunity
SELF Magazine is looking for the next "Women Doing Good". Enter or nominate someone for the 3rd annual 2010 SELF Women Doing Good Award.
The search is on to find the most extraordinary women who are working hard and are determined to make a difference, whether it is within their community, environmentally, medically‹the sky is the limit!
The winners will receive a $10,000 donation for their respective charity or organization, be featured in the September issue of SELF, and honored at an awards dinner in New York City.
SELF honored the winners at an amazing celebration dinner gala at the Museum
of Modern Art in New York, hosted by Today show co-anchor Hoda Kotb.
Self VP and publisher Kimberly Kelleher, editrix Lucy Danziger, Burt's Bees'
Jayni Chase (yes, that's Chevy Chase's wife) and Mike Indursky, and Kashi's
Michelle Escala all gave inspiring speeches to the honorees.
Sprague's charity, In The Running, is based on her experience as the
youngest woman to run seven marathons of seven continents. The organization
advocates for seven selected organizations, each of which impacts
humanitarian and environmental challenges facing each continent and the
global community--from improving the quality of life for AIDS-infected women
to fighting poverty in impoverished areas and preserving ecosystems.
Guetschow, in addition to acting as the director of outreach for
StopGlobalWarming.org, founded Cool Globes, a public art project touring
throughout the United States consisting of seven-foot tall globes that
demonstrate simple solutions to help stop global warming.
Levendoski is the president, executive director, and co-founder of the
Tierra Miguel Foundation, an organization that informs and educates the
community on the value of local sustainable agricultural practices and grows
certified organic fruits and vegetables, using Bio-Dynamic agricultural
preparations on its 85-acre working produce farm.