Story by Rania Aniftos
Femme It Forward is celebrating its second annual Give Her FlowHERS Awards Gala this year, the woman-focused entertainment company announced the trailblazing women who will be honored at this year's event.
SZA will receive the Big Femme Energy award, which honors a woman who is making a "tremendous impact in music for this generation." Teyana Taylor will be honored with the Visionary award, given to a multi-dimensional creative who is changing the game for the future of women in music.
Brandy will receive the Muse award, celebrating a legend whose "legacy, impact, and timeless music inspires past, current, and future generations." Flo Milli is this year's Bloom award recipient, which spotlights a breakthrough artist. Jordyn Woods and Jodie Woods, who define the spirit of sisterhood, will receive the My Sister's Keeper award. Nova Wav will be honored with the Pen It Forward award, given to a "a trailblazing hitmaker who is known for their ‘pen game' and creating some of music's biggest hits." Last but not least, Monaleo will receive the Self-Love award, celebrating an inspirational mom and artist who embodies self love.
"After experiencing the powerful joy, inspiration, and genuine love of our inaugural event, we're thrilled to bring together more trailblazing women and honor their impact at the 2nd annual Give Her FlowHERS Awards Gala," Heather Lowery, CEO and founder of Femme It Forward, said in a press statement. "This awards gala goes beyond giving the extraordinary women who have impacted culture their flowers, as we look to plant more seeds of change for the future."
Femme It Forward will also recognize the women who have made an impact as members of the organization's mentorship program, Next Gem Femme, which aims to help improve equity in the workplace and accelerate career opportunities and trajectories for young women of color.
Find more information on the second annual Give Her FlowHERS Gala, presented by Live Nation and supported by Spotify and Google Pixel
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