Storm Reid Honored As A Woman of Excellence


Euphoria and A Wrinkle In Time star Storm Reid attended the LadyLike Foundation’s 11th Annual “Women Of Excellence” Luncheon.

The luncheon was held in Beverly Hills, California on May 11th to showcase the foundation’s hard work. The LadyLike Foundation was founded by Leah Pump in 2007 to inspire and empower young women to reach their full potential. It’s a faith based organization that mentors young women from underprivileged communities. They hold a number of workshops, including college application workshops, life skill lessons, and etiquette classes to ensure these young women will be successful in all that they decide to pursue.


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This is what the #ladylikefoundation is all about, changing the lives of young ladies for the better one day at a time! How I thank God for such an incredible weekend! From Miss Aramoni’s speech to the Women of Excellence honorees, then to all of the beautiful LadyLike Ladies on stage all I can say is God is Good!!!! We accomplished what we set out to accomplish which was to showcase our girls and the work that we do. Thank you to all of our sponsors: @sheamoisture @att @fentybeauty @lakers @dodgers @rams @ups @pacificmercantilebank @uclaschoolofengineering @amgen and to all of our personal donors we could not have done this without you! Thank you also to all of those who purchased tables, tickets, or went out of your way to donate, we appreciate you! We love you and are so grateful for you! Until next year everyone!!! #themarathoncontinues #ladylikefoundation #womenofexcellence2019 #blessed #grateful

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The 11th annual “Women of Excellence” Luncheon hosted by Holly Robinson Peete showcased the LadyLike girls that have been impacted by the foundation and also honored Jordin Sparks, Marjorie Harvey, Carrie Odell, and Storm Reid as Women of Excellence.

Attendees included Tina Knowles-Lawson, Jessie, D’Lila and Chance Combs, Lori Harvey, Simone Smith, Vanessa Simmons and many more.

To learn more about the LadyLike Foundation visit their website.