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Reliability & Confidence Define a Nation Of 'It Girls'
Date:8/19/2008

First "It Girl Essentials" Winner Named after National Search

RARITAN, N.J., Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The first in a series of winners of a nationwide search to identify real-life "It Girls" who embody confidence and reliability was announced today on http://www.thepill.com. As part of the Millennial generation, the finalists proved that intelligence, reliability, talent and a passion to serve, ranked as the top priorities for this much talked about group. The "It Girl Essentials" contest, sponsored by Ortho Women's Health & Urology(TM), maker of ORTHO TRI-CYCLEN(R) LO (norgestimate/ethinyl estradiol), was designed to recognize exceptional young women, between the ages of 18-24, whose interests range from politics to education, from social responsibility to personal health.

"We've all read about the infamous 'It Girls' -- the young women whose time in the limelight is defined as much by their very public personal struggles, as by their achievements and accolades," said Jane Buckingham, national women's trend expert, author of The Modern Girl's Guide series and judge in the national search. "However, the winners of the 'It Girl Essentials' contest exemplify a whole new generation of women who are concerned, active and effective in their communities and in their world."

Meet August's "It Girl": Nicoletta Bumbac -- A Passionate Advocate for Children

Millennials have been labeled the first female-dominant generation in U.S. history, led by a female-majority in undergraduate institutions,(1) as well as increasing voter turnout for single women ages 18-24.(2) Nicoletta Bumbac was selected as the first ORTHO TRI-CYCLEN(R) LO "It Girl" because she is a strong representation of how members of her generation are looking to make a positive impact in our world.

Born and raised in Queens, NY, by Romanian and Hungarian parents, Nicoletta is a 20-year-old student at the Global College of
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