Usher’s New Look Foundation’s Women Of Influence 5th Annual Holiday Tea

Today got I got a chance to enjoy a high tea at Four Seasons in Atlanta for Usher’s New Look  Foundation “Women of Influence” 5th Annual Holiday Tea. While there, they honored Judge/Tv Personality Glenda Hatchett(Community Champion Award) and Atlanta Music Fund Founder Sue Hrib(Spirit of Philanthropy Award). It was such a fabulous luncheon and I got to mingle with all sorts of professional ladies and exchange business cards. Over 75 leading women from Atlanta’s business, civic and educational fields attended.

Proceeds raised from the event went towards Usher’s non-profit organization. Check out a few snaps I took from the affair and congrats to the recipients and to find out more about Usher’s New Look Foundation and to donate, click here

11 Alive News Anchor, Jovita Moore


Women of Influence

The Women of Influence Tea has been an integral part of the success of Usher’s New Look partnering influential women with young ladies participating in our Moguls in Training (MIT) program.

The Moguls in Training Program(MIT) for college students in an advanced program that engages participants from their freshman year until they land jobs in their field of study. Students receive a virtual college and career support system which develops them professionally and personally while helping them secure internships.

As participants advance, they are empowered to receive their Global Leadership Certification and become official UNL peer trainers who travel nationally and internationally leading Powered by Service and Financial Literacy trainings. 

As one of the of the nation’s leading philanthropic organizations dedicated to uplifting, empowering and transforming the lives of underserved youth is celebrating 20 years of service to youth, Usher’s New Look was founded by noted recording artist, entertainer and philanthropist Usher Raymond IV when he was barely out of his teens. Since then, UNL has served more than 50,000 young people from 25 countries through educational and professional development, mentorship and emotional support.


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