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Supermodel Kathy Ireland Honored at Padua Dinner

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Padua Academy honored former Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kathy Ireland earlier this month at their 6th annual Dinner in Honor of Women’s Achievement. While modeling is what made Ireland a household name, she has become a huge success in the designer clothing industry, managing and designing for Kathy Ireland Worldwide, and is philanthropist who has been a vocal advocate in the fight against the exploitation of children through human trafficking, a topic on which the Padua community has focused throughout the school year. More than 400 people attended the Chase Center dinner, where Padua Head of School Cindy Mann presented Ireland with a $25,000 donation for the Providence Educational Foundation in California, for which Ms. Ireland serves on the board.


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