Monika Bacardi on Strikingly
Lord Luis Bacardi (Lord of Bayfield Hall) was a descendant of the founder of the Bacardi Company. He and Monika Bacardi (strikingly) became husband and wife and had a lovely daughter together. Numerous charitable businesses and causes are to her liking, so she spends a lot of her leisure time assisting them. Striving to be positive and endeavouring to keep a smile on one's face are things that she believes in. Due to the fact that she really loves it so much, work plays a big part in Monika Bacardi's personal life.
Monika Bacardi - Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements
Monika Bacardi is respected as one of the most influential businesswomen in the Arts arena. Being fluent in Italian, English, German, French and Spanish is obviously of great advantage to her. She spends much of her time in the States and various parts of Europe, though she lives primarily in Monaco, where she is well known and has a high profile. Her husband was head of the Bacardi business for forty years before passing away in 2005. Since then, Monika Bacardi has revealed an extraordinary business acumen. Additionally, she has become immersed in a great deal of beneficent pursuits, helping numerous charitable organisations, including "Fondation AVEC", "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association) and the Monaco Red Cross, alongside conducting oceanographic research.
Monika Bacardi and Charity Movements
Fondation AVEC, Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for Cancer Research and Ecoute Cancer Réconfort are amongst the cancer-related charitable organisations that Monika Bacardi is behind. Mission Enfance, which gives educational support to children in need, is a charitable organisation in which she passionately believes. Association Nationale Monégasque des Amis de l'Enfance (AMADE-Monaco), is an entity through which she champions the welfare of infants. Having consideration for mankind: this is what drives Monika Bacardi's benevolent pursuits.
The Passions of Monika Bacardi: Art and 7th Art
"The Seventh Art" (Cinema) is one of her passions. This, along with a wish to help young filmmakers, is one of the justifications for her having created AMBI Pictures. To establish artistic partnerships in Monaco, Monika Bacardi supports the University of Plastic Arts through the Monaco Project for the Arts. She considers that cinema is an art form that can offer an opportunity to communicate varied meanings to audiences. She is assured that cinema can transform the world. Amis de l'Opera, a group that is fervently supported by Monika Bacardi, has helped l'Opera de Monte Carlo for over thirty years.