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Vanity Fair: "At the CARE Impact Awards, Humanitarian Leadership Takes Center Stage"

Getty Images for CARE

Getty Images for CARE

On Wednesday evening, the global humanitarian aid group CARE hosted its annual Impact Awards at Manhattan’s Ziegfeld Ballroom. This year’s ceremony honored activist, former congressman, and US ambassador to the United Nations Andrew Young and his wife, Carolyn Young; James Quincey, chairman and CEO of the Coca-Cola Company; Bea Perez, Coca-Cola’s communications, sustainability, and strategic partnerships officer; and Vanity Fair’s Radhika Jones,who also serves as vice chair of CARE’s board of directors.

Before taking their seats for the evening’s programming, guests enjoyed sparkling flower-adorned cocktails as they mingled around tables covering the ballroom’s dance floor. The theme was “heartbeat,” which was subtly highlighted by the rhythmic dimming of the chandelier lighting at various moments throughout the night.

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