Ashley Judd, once again, showed she is a force to be reckoned with.
The 50-year old actress was given the Changemaker Award at the 4th annual Greenwich International Film Festival in Greenwich, Connecticut last night.
She was recognized for helping women and children around the world through her work as Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Population Fund.
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Cool and confident: Ashley Judd was honored for her philanthropic work as Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Population Fund on Thursday night
Smart and Sexy! Judd poses with Greenwich International Film Festival Executive Director and COO Ginger Stickel, Greenwich International Film Festival Director of Programming and Founder Colleen deVeer and Greenwich International Film Festival Chairman of the Board and Founder Wendy Reyes
A force! Ashley Judd was honored with the 2018 Changemaker Award at the Greenwich International Film Festival in Greenwich, Connecticut last night
The Changemaker Award is given to artists who have used their public platform and the power of film to further positive social change.
'Thank you, @greenwichfilm for the #changemaker award, and your kindness,' Judd tweeted last night. 'Donations to @UNFPA allow a vulnerable pregnant woman in complex humanitarian settings to give birth with greater safety, hygiene, and dignity. I appreciate the acknowledgment of our work.' #GIFF2018
The Heat actress has been working with UNFPA since 2016, and has traveled to countries including Jordan, Ukraine, Turkey, India and most recently Bangladesh, to help improve the lives of women and children.
Classy Lady: Judd looked stylishly elegant in an off-white dress with her hair pulled back
In a previous statement Judd said: 'It is an honour to have