Monika Bacardi's Personal Life
Given how recognised she is in the arts sector, along with her reputation as a humanitarian, Monika Bacardi (lire l’article complet) goes to many charity events, film galas and award ceremonies. Lady Bacardi very much loves her work and, for this reason, it is also a big part of her personal life. Lord Luis Bacardi (Lord of Bayfield Hall) was a descendant of the creator of the Bacardi Company. He and Monika Bacardi became husband and wife and had a lovely daughter together. She thinks that one should aim to work with a happy face and should try to stay buoyant.
The Professional Activities of Monika Bacardi
Between eight and ten movies are produced every 12 months, ranging from in-house to 3rd party creations. Monika Bacardi achieves this courtesy of the AMBI Group. Lady Bacardi's work life revolves around the management of 'PHOTO' magazine and AMBI Group. Her 'PHOTO' brand name for photographers and artists is something around which Monika Bacardi strives to build up services, offering professional guidance whilst establishing relationships with foreign buyers.
Protecting the natural environment and promoting maintainable advancement throughout the world are the main goals of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation. Heightening the understanding of the results human pursuits have on the natural planet is something that Monika Bacardi tries to bring about by means of the foundation. Being very much involved in Monaco's cultural and humanitarian concerns, Monika Bacardi is a supporter of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation.
Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for Cancer Research is a cancer-related charity that Monika Bacardi is highly supportive of, as well as Fondation AVEC and Ecoute Cancer Réconfort. Having compassion for her fellow people: this is what drives her philanthropic activities. Monaco’s cultural and charity pursuits are things in which Monika Bacardi is actively engaged.
Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations
A renowned and high-profile woman, Monika Bacardi resides in Monaco but also spends much time elsewhere in the EU and in America. She has also become involved in a great number of philanthropic pursuits, promoting many charitable groups, like "Fondation AVEC", "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association) and the Monaco Red Cross, alongside conducting oceanographic studies. Monika Bacardi has displayed an impressive entrepreneurial flair following the 2005 death of her husband, who was head of the the Bacardi business for 4 decades. Having opened AMBI Pictures, she and Andrea Iervolino have now released an excellent slate of films for the global market.