Women Like Us Foundation - An Evening Of Giving Back

The Hollywood Chapter of The Women Like Us Foundation! Courtesy Photo

The weather did not put a damper on this luxurious event held in Hollywood. Supporters all gathered at the ultra-swanky Lexington Social House to support a great cause, the ‘Women Like Us Foundation’. The ‘Women Like Us Foundation’ is a group of strong individuals that strives to give back to the younger generation in order to build a strong foundation for our future. Many children of today’s society no longer have an authoritative figure to look up to and in a way, get a sense of ‘life’ led by example. Instead many are misled which has a negative effect on the generations to come. Based upon the goal to encourage, empower, and engage, the ‘Women Like Us Foundation’ is a non-profit organization that looks to change and influence young women both locally and globally.


Host, Catt Sadler, at The Women Like Us Foundation Event at Lexington Social House. Courtesy Photo

Hosted by Catt Sadler the ‘Women Like Us Foundation’ event kicked it up a notch as Hollywood’s elite gathered and discussed what it means to give back. “It goes pretty deep, this is definitely a cause very near and dear to my heart,’ said Sadler, ‘this is the one organization I wanna get out and make noise about! Give back and lift girls up!” Being a mother of two boys, Catt Sadler is the president of the Hollywood chapter of the ‘Women Like Us Foundation’ and loves to spread the word and be that influential voice to the younger generation that may not have that special role model. “[Women Like Us Foundation] means empowerment, love and happiness,’ said Xochitl Medina is Designer of XOCHI LOS ANGELES and co-founder with Catt Sadler of Women Like Us Hollywood, ‘it means giving back!” In hopes of enlisting new mentors the ‘Women Like Us Foundation’ would like to spread the word, and ‘think of yourself, where you were and what you would’ve done to be where you are now,’ says Xochi.


Xochi Medina and Catt Sadler. President and Co-Founder of Women Like Us Hollywood. Courtesy Photo

Celebrity guests include Catt Sadler (E! News), Ali Landry (Actress), Allie Gonino (The Lying Game), Bob Guiney (ABC’s The Bachelor), Brando Eaton (Showtime’s Dexter), Caitlin O’Connor (Actress), Chelsea Autumn (Millionaire Matchmaker), Daphne Wayans (VH1’s Hollywood Exes), Dave Styles (KIIS FM Personality), “Sons of Mariel" featuring Diego Val (The Voice) & George Pajon Jr. (Black Eyed Peas), Emily Loftiss (TV Personality), Francesca Eastwood (Socialite), Jaclyn Betham (Actress), Jasmine V. (Epic Records), Jen Lilley (The Artist, General Hospital), Jessica Hall (TV Personality), Kaitlyn Dever (Last Man Standing), Kaitlyn Jenkins (Bunheads), Kelly Thiebaud (General Hospital), Larry Davis (Akonic Entertainment), Lauren Elaine (Fashion Designer), Malana Lea (Olympus Has Fallen), Manny Streetz (KIIS FM Personality) Marisa Lauren (CW’s 90210), Natalie Getz (ABC’s Bachelor Pad), Nickie Lum Davis (Akonic Entertainment), Sarah Hackett (Recording Artist) Sarah Rafferty (Suits), Sophie Tweed-Simmons (Gene Simmons Family Jewels), Stefanie Seifer (TV Personality), Stuart Brazell (TV Personality), Tiffany Haddish (BET’s Real Husbands of Hollywood), Tinsel Korey (The Twilight Saga), Trevin Hunte (The Voice), Valerie Azlynn (Sullivan and Son), Xochitl Medina (Fashion Designer), Kelis (Musican Artist), Norman Ka Lee (Essence's most eligible bachelors)


Women Like Us Foundation! Courtesy Photo

More than 150 guests gathered to support the Women Like Us Foundation Hollywood and enjoyed music, food, and fashion. Guests had the opportunity to enjoy tray passed hors devours, champagne, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, and fantastic over the shoulder t-shirt material XOCHI gift bags.

For more information on the foundation and how you can get involved please visit: www.womenlikeus.org and www.womenlikeusfoundation.org/hollywood



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