NEW YORK, Aug. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Do you know someone who has changed lives through the power of education? Why not change her life and nominate her for a Maybelline New York Beauty of Education Award and a $10,000 grant for her education-related cause. You can even nominate yourself! Maybelline New York believes education opens eyes...and doors. For the fourth consecutive year, the company is honoring outstanding women who have made a real difference in their communities by working to support educational causes. Each of the ten 2008 winners will be awarded a $10,000 grant earmarked for her educational cause, enjoy a trip for two to New York City for a gala awards event and have a chance to have her cause showcased in a national ad in People magazine. "This year's award winners will be in good company," notes Serena Giovi, Vice President, Marketing, Maybelline New York. "Our past awardees are a phenomenal group of women who inspire, motivate, mentor and teach in their communities every day through education. Maybelline New York couldn't be more proud to support them. We're looking forward to seeing this year's entries." Women like: -- Oral Lee Brown of Oakland, California, a 2006 award recipient and Founder of the Oral Lee Brown Foundation. Oral Lee adopts first grade classes with the promise of a college education. -- Abigail Rosin, of New York City, New York, a 2007 winner and Founder of Groove with Me, a free dance studio and after school program offering girls enrichment and a safe haven. -- Dr. Marie Vazquez Morgan of Shreveport, Louisiana, a 2006 awardee who runs free seminars in her community to educate people about healthy lifestyle choices. To learn more about the Maybelline New York Beauty of Education Awards and to nominate someone you know or yourself, visit www.maybelline.com/beautyofeducation. Nominations are being accepted through October 10, 2008.
SOURCE Maybelline New York