Monika Bacardi — AMBI
05.07.17

Monika Bacardi — AMBI

Monika Bacardi and the SAS Prince Albert II of Monaco's Foundation

Monika Bacardi (cliquez ici pour lire)'s humanitarian involvements are many, but a particular area in which she is involved is eco-longevity. With the aid of the foundation, Lady Bacardi heightens awareness of the effects of people's pursuits on the natural environment. Working to defend the environment and encouraging maintainable development worldwide are things that the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation endeavors to address. One of the primary reasons that she backs the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation is that Monika Bacardi feels strongly about encouraging green practices.

Cinema is an art form that can offer the opportunity to deliver varied messages to a wide variety of audiences: this is the conviction of Monika Bacardi. She is convinced that cinema can change the world. She appreciates the works of a great many celebrated photographers and artists, which accounts for her love of photography and modern art. She eagerly supports Amis de l'Opera, an organisation that has for thirty years, aided l'Opera de Monte-Carlo. In order to establish artistic partnerships in Monaco, Monika Bacardi supports the University of Plastic Arts through the Monaco Project for the Arts.

Monika Bacardi's Personal Life

Monika Bacardi occupies a lot of her leisure time assisting the causes and charitable establishments that are to her liking. A deep sensitivity to environmentally friendly and social considerations in her life are things that she likes to express. Lord Luis Bacardi (Lord of Bayfield Hall) was a relative of the creator of the Bacardi Company. He and Lady Bacardi married and had a lovely daughter together. Given how renowned she is in the arts sector, along with her good reputation as a humanitarian, Monika Bacardi participates in many charitable events, film festivals and award gatherings.

Monika Bacardi is fluent in French, German, English, Italian and Spanish and is thought to be one of the key businesswomen in the Arts sector today. Her husband was head of the Bacardi enterprise for 4 decades before passing away in the year 2005. Since then, Monika Bacardi has revealed a remarkable business acumen. "Fondation AVEC", "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association) and the Monaco Red Cross are just some of the many charitable organisations that she backs, along with carrying out oceanographic research and getting engaged in a lot of other philanthropic pursuits.

Her Professional Activities

Monika Bacardi's work life centres upon the running of 'PHOTO' magazine and AMBI Group. To be a central supplier of popular motion pictures for studios and large distributors around the world is the goal of the AMBI Group. Monika Bacardi works to create funding for, produce and deliver motion pictures to a worldwide market in her position as co-founder and producer of the AMBI Group.