Actress, comedian and author Ali Wentworth will join Woman’s Day Editor in Chief Susan Spencer and Publisher and CRO Kassie Means to host the 16th annual Woman’s Day Red Dress Awards.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Ann Wilson of Heart will headline with a special musical performance. The Awards will feature an additional performance from singer/songwriter Alexa Ray Joel and performing arts group Cobu.

Other expected guests include: Angela Bassett, Chandra Wilson, Hoda Kotb, Margaret Josephs, Melissa Gorga, Susan Lucci, Joy Bauer, Sunny Hostin among others.

The Red Dress Awards is a night of awards and performances recognizing advocates and organizations helping women take charge of their heart health. This year’s honorees include: Angela Bassett, internationally acclaimed actress, director, and producer; Chandra Wilson, actor and philanthropist; Mary Norine Walsh, M.D., F.A.C.C., Medical Director of the Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplantation Programs and Director of Nuclear Cardiology at St. Vincent Heart Center.

Woman’s Day is proud to partner with sponsors: Northwell Health; Don’t Miss a Beat; Novartis; Rosa Regale Sparkling Red Wine; Lands’ End; Lenox; and public health partner, NIH’s National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, for this year’s event.

Participants of the sixth annual Woman’s Day Live Longer & Stronger Challenge will attend alongside their mentor, TODAY Show nutritionist and Woman’s Day columnist Joy Bauer and experts from Northwell Health. Over the course of eight months, Woman’s Day, Bauer and Northwell Health experts provided nutrition counseling and guidance to five women who have collectively lost more than 150 pounds and lowered their blood pressure and cholesterol. Neiman Marcus Last Call provided dresses for the women to help celebrate their transformations.

WHEN: Tuesday, February 12, 2019

WHERE: 10 Columbus Circle (corner of 60th and Broadway)
Appel Room

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