Monika Bacardi on Strikingly


Monika Bacardi on Strikingly

Personal Life

In many areas of her life, Monika Bacardi (http://monikabacardi.strikingly.com/) likes to communicate her intense sensitivity to social and ecological concerns. She spends some of her time at film galas, award ceremonies and charity events because of her fame as a humanitarian and distinguished standing in the arts sector. Lady Bacardi wedded the Lord of Bayfield Hall (Lord Luis Bacardi - a descendant of the creator of the Bacardi Company) and they raised a daughter together. Numerous charitable organisations and causes are close to her heart, so Monika Bacardi spends much of her leisure time supporting them.

Monika Bacardi and Charity Movements

Fondation AVEC, Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for Cancer Research and Ecoute Cancer Réconfort are among the cancer-related charities that Monika Bacardi champions. Monika also champions the health of children via AMADE-Monaco (Association Nationale Monégasque des Amis de l'Enfance). Learning assistance for underprivileged children is provided by Mission Enfance. Monika Bacardi ardently believes in this charity. A great many local beneficent organisations, that support causes relevant to social issues of great importance to her, reap benefits from her backing.

The Professional Activities of Monika Bacardi

Providing professional management, whilst making connections with international customers, are services that Monika Bacardi endeavors to generate around her 'PHOTO' brand for photographers and artists. The running of 'PHOTO' magazine and AMBI Group take up much of her work life. The AMBI Group aspires to prosper in being a major supplier of mainstream motion pictures for studios and large distributors worldwide. The well-established 'PHOTO' magazine (which has been running since 1967) was bought by Monika Bacardi several years ago.

She is a co-founder of the AMBI group, which was set up in 2013, due to her love of cinema. The AMBI group is a European-headquartered cinematographic business. She previously lived in Italy. Having a deep interest in philanthropy and art, she studied literature and arts there. Her co-purchase of 'PHOTO' Magazine in the year 2014 advanced Monika Bacardi's involvement in the arts sector.