While 'Black Enterprise' Celebrates Its Hot List

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NEW YORK ( -- Pregnant women competed to be the model for a cover of Baby Center magazine at an event at the Liz Lange Madison Avenue boutique on Dec. 15. Photo above left: Baby Center Creative Director Rip Georges (far right, second row) and Baby Center Executive Editor Nina Martin (second from right, second row) are surrounded by contestants in the Real Mom Model Search. Liz Lange, founder of Liz Lange Maternity (third from left, second row) and Liza Elliot, president, Expecting Models (second from right, first row), were judges. Photo above right: Judges Rip Georges, Liza Elliot, Nina Martin and Liz Lange.

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Photo above left: Judges Nina Martin and Liz Lange compare notes. Photo above right: More than 60 pregnant women competed for a chance to grace the cover of Baby Center magazine. The winners, pictured here with Liza Elliott (second from left), were Shameka Brown Barbosa (far left), Vanessa Cornell (second from right), and Annika Salvner (far right).

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LOS ANGELES ( -- Black Enterprise and Audi, together with Martell, celebrate the publication of December's Hot List: America's most powerful players under the age of 40. Above photo left: Black Enterprise Exec VP-Corporate Sales Michael A. Graves; Derek Lewis, VP-retail sales, great west business unit, Pepsi Bottling Group; Black Enterprise Senior VP-Editor in Chief Alfred Edmond Jr.; Stephen A. Smith, NBA analyst, ESPN; and Black Enterprise President-COO Earl "Butch" Graves Jr.
Above photo right: In New York, Amy Churgin, VP-publisher of Architectural Digest, Robert Chavez, President-CEO of Hermés USA, and contributing writer Nancy Collins at the Architectural Digest and the Hermés reception featuring the “Architectural Digest: Hollywood at Home” book and an exhibit of exclusive pieces of silver and crystal from Puiforcat and Saint-Louis.

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