Left to right: Jon Bon Jovi; Jane Wurwand, Founder and Chief Visionary, Dermalogica; Jennifer Levene Bruno, Publisher, Town & Country; Marcus Samuelsson, chef and restaurateur; and Adrian Grenier pose for a photo by the step and repeat at Town & Country’s second annual Philanthropy Summit held in New York City.
Jane Wurwand, Chief Visionary and Founder of Dermalogica and FITE, the brand’s global philanthropic initiative, participated on a women’s empowerment panel titled “Beginning with Women” at the Town & Country second annual Philanthropy Summit held at the New York Historical Society in New York City.
Moderated by Award-winning journalist and MSNBC news anchor, Tamron Hall, the panel also included Ambassador Nicole Avant; Catherine Shimony, Global Goods Partners; and Bonnie Stone, Women in Need. The unifying theme was identifying solutions to help move the gender equality conversation forward. One of the central solutions was the importance of providing women with educational and employment opportunities as a means to help eliminate gender inequality and poverty.
“It’s not just about educating, it’s about learning how to do,” Wurwand commented on the subject of gender equality and creating women’s global economic empowerment through the power of vocational training.
Jane Wurwand, Founder and Chief Visionary, Dermalogica and FITE, (center) joined fellow panelists Catherine Shimony, Global Goods Partners (far left); Bonnie Stone, Women in Need (left); and Ambassador, Nicole Avant (right) on a panel discussing the issues surrounding women’s empowerment, moderated by MSNBC news anchor, Tamron Hall.
The Summit welcomed more than 200 guests, including nonprofit executives, philanthropists, corporate sponsors and celebrities. To learn more about the Summit, visit http://www.townandcountrymag.com/society/tradition/a3122/announcing-the-2015-philanthropy-summit-panelists/. To learn more about Dermalogica’s global initiative, FITE, visit www.joinFITE.org.
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