This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryChicago, Ill.-based beauty retailer Ulta announces June 26 the first recipients of the Ulta Enrich, Empower and Enlighten Scholarship. Dedicated to improving women's futures, Ulta gives award to 16 high-school female seniors in the U.S. Winners are chosen based on academic achievement, community involvement, commitment to continuing their education and leadership qualities. Each receives a scholarship for continuing education and a trip to Chicago for an awards luncheon. "These young women have demonstrated exceptional commitment to giving back to their communities, and they show great promise for becoming future leaders in their chosen fields," said Lyn Kirby, president and CEO. "We hope to bring them one step closer to reaching their dreams.
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