The National Mother’s Day Committee announced today that it will honor four exceptional women at the 40th Annual Outstanding Mother Awards.

The annual luncheon ceremony, which recognizes women leaders who balance highly successful careers with the daily demands and rewards of motherhood, will be held on Friday, May 11, 2018 at 12 p.m. at The Pierre Hotel in New York. For ticket and sponsorship information visit www.mothersdaycouncil.org or call 212-549-6421.

Joanna Coles, Chief Content Officer of Hearst Magazines, and a 2015 Outstanding Mother Award Honoree, will serve as Mistress of Ceremonies and present this year’s awards to:

• Chelsea Clinton, Vice Chair, Clinton Foundation
• Artemis Patrick, Chief Merchandising Officer, Sephora
Jessica Simpson, Entertainer; Founder & CEO, Jessica Simpson Collection
• Jan Singer, Chief Executive Officer, Victoria’s Secret Lingerie

“We are thrilled to honor these four remarkable women as our 2018 Outstanding Mother honorees,” said Laurie Dowley, Chairman of the National Mother’s Day Committee. “In a time where it feels especially important to recognize the accomplishments and strength of women working both in and outside the home, these women help to inspire others and epitomize everything this award represents.”

As part of its continued support of meaningful philanthropies dealing with issues affecting mothers, fathers and children, the National Father’s Day/Mother’s Day Council, Inc. has donated nearly $30 million to date to deserving family-related charities nationwide.

Proceeds of the 2018 awards luncheon will benefit Save the Children's U.S. Programs, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to making lasting positive change in the lives of children living in poverty in the United States.

To purchase tickets or to sponsor the event, please contact the Mother’s Day Council office at 212-594-6421 or visit www.mothersdaycouncil.org.

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