CNN is a world leader in news and information. This year, we honor the organization with our Illumination award for Dr. Sanjay Gupta's 2010 special series entitled "Toxic America," which featured an interview with Healthy Child Healthy World founders Jim and Nancy Chuda. Now an online destination for breaking news regarding toxics, "Toxic America" has lead to on-going attention to the issue of children's environmental health. CNN's vast reach and influence is invaluable to the Healthy Child Healthy World movement.

Los Angeles Social Venture Partners

Los Angeles Social Venture Partners is a community of professionals with a two-pronged mission.LASVP supports high-potential nonprofits, providing money, time and expertise to strengthen their organizations and expand their capacity. Simultaneously, it builds the philanthropic capacity of individual donors, creating a venture philanthropy network with the ability to transform communities. We honor them for their work with Healthy Child Healthy World and their Service to the parenting community.

Dr. Alan Greene

Dr. Alan Greene, author of Raising Baby Green and Feeding Baby Green and founder of DrGreene.com, is the Medical Director of HealthTap, a practicing pediatrician at Stanford University's Packard Children's Hospital and serves on the Board of Directors of Healthy Child Healthy World and The Lunch Box Project. This year, our Prevention award goes to Dr. Greene for his "The WhiteOut Campaign," which strives to prevent obesity by making real food—rather than processed white rice cereal-every baby's first food.

Laila Ali

Laila Ali is host of ABC's "Everyday Health," President of the Women’s Sports Foundation, a Healthy Child Healthy World Luminary Board member and champion of health and fitness who challenges childhood obesity through DoSomething.org’s Healthy Schools Challenge. We honor Laila with our Inspiration award for raising awareness about all factors—including environmental—that contribute to creating healthy environments for children.

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