Kathy Ireland Honored By Los Angeles Team Mentoring At 19th Annual Soiree

first_imgKathy Ireland, whom Forbes Magazine describes as “Supermodel-turned-mogul was honored with the inaugural Dream Big Award at the Los Angeles Team Mentoring (LATM) 19th Annual Soiree celebration.Keltie Knight, Kathy Ireland, William Figueroa , and Maria MeltonTwenty five years after the eruption of the L.A. riots, Los Angeles Team Mentoring (LATM), Los Angeles’ pioneering non-profit organization guiding middle school students from challenging urban neighborhoods to reach their full potential and develop their leadership skills, celebrated its Silver Anniversary on the evening of Thursday, October 19 at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel in Santa Monica. The evening raised over $800K.Ms. Ireland was recognized for her innovation, compassion, and long standing commitment to bettering the lives of at-risk youth. Also honored at the Soiree were The Dwight Stuart Fund and William Figueroa, LATM’s Director of Programs, both honored for their many years of service to L.A.’s most vulnerable communities and for their long standing dedication and partnership to LATM.LATM’s Annual Soiree is the organization’s signature fundraising event, which ensures over 1,300 at-risk youth receive critical mentoring services for an entire school year. The event sells out each year through sponsorships and support of organizations such as Live Nation, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Haim and Cheryl Saban, Ernst & Young, Dwight Stuart Youth Fund, Nickelodeon, Mattel, Bank of America, Anthem Blue Cross, Dolby, Goldman Sachs & Co., The Wonderful Company, Pac Sun, Toyota Financial Services, TPG, Southern California Edison, Banc of California, Keenan & Associates, and many more.last_img read more

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Gerrard calls for more quality to improve in Europe

first_imgSteven Gerrard has asked for more quality to deliver a major success on the European scene after his team crashed out of the Europa League.Rangers were beaten 1-0 late in the game by Rapid’s Dejan Ljubicic in a keenly contested affair.Gerrard tweaked the formation and personnel from the side that drew with Dundee last weekend but reserved praise for his team despite the disappointing result.“I thought we were good for 80 minutes,” he revealed STV. “I can’t really ask the players to give any more.“With what we had available tonight, everyone gave an almighty effort.“Obviously as the game was getting to the final stages we were trying to roll the dice and go a little bit more adventurous to try and create something. To try and create that moment that we needed at 0-0.Steven Gerrard, Michael OwenOwen reveals why Liverpool didn’t offer Gerrard a new contract Manuel R. Medina – September 6, 2019 According to Owen, the Reds wanted to sell Gerrard two years before he left the club and that’s why they didn’t offer him a contract renewal.“Unfortunately we’ve conceded a counter-attack but I think it’s very hard for me to criticise the players for what they gave tonight.“We’ve certainly been tested,” Gerrard said. “I think as a group we haven’t helped ourselves in certain situations with suspensions and availability.“Obviously injuries at certain times like Ryan Kent at the weekend. To not have Daniel Candeias and Kent available affects the group. We haven’t helped ourselves throughout the campaign.“I think in terms of numbers we’ve had enough to cope but to compete at this level with ambitions to go further than the group it’s obvious to me that the players need some help. That means quality players that can come in and help.“We focus domestically now to put ourselves in position to come back again.”last_img read more

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