Monika Bacardi (Découvrez le site About.me de Monika Bacardi) is a resident of Monaco nowadays; she has been a resident there for over twenty years. A deep love for philanthropy and art resulted in her commitment to learn about arts and literature in her birth country, Italy. Monika Bacardi became part of the Bacardi family through marriage and she is, at present, the Lady of Bayfield Hall.
Thanks to her well-known status in the arts arena and her standing as a humanitarian, Monika Bacardi spends some of her time at film festivals, award ceremonies and charitable events. Supporting the causes and charitable entities which are to her liking occupies a lot of Monika Bacardi's free time. Being uplifted and trying to keep a smile are things that she wholeheartedly believes in.
Keen to promote the art form the world over, AMBI Pictures seeks to create commercial films for viewing by viewers the world over. One of the reasons that she set out to create AMBI Pictures is that she wanted to encourage the success of young filmmakers, on account of her passion for "The Seventh Art" (Cinema). Monika Bacardi values the work of many celebrated photographers and artists, which explains her love of contemporary art and photography.
Monika Bacardi & the SAS Prince Albert II of Monaco's Foundation
A large number of humanitarian matters are of great importance to Monika Bacardi. One, in particular, in which she is active is environmental-sustainability. A wide range of projects that have helped the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation have been participated in by Lady Bacardi. One of the many reasons that she supports the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation is that she believes in promoting green practices. With the aid of the foundation, Monika Bacardi raises consciousness of the consequences of human pursuits on our environment.
A popular personality in the modern cinematic world, both in America and throughout the Continent, "Lady of Bayfield Hall", Monika Bacardi (or, actually, Lady Bacardi) is also referred to as "The Queen of Charity". In the year 2005, her husband passed away. He had been head of the Bacardi business for forty years. Since that time, Monika has proved to have an amazing entrepreneurial talent. Monika Bacardi spends much of her time in the USA and different parts of Europe, although she lives in Monaco, where she is very well known and enjoys a high profile. She is a very busy woman, having become involved in many philanthropic ventures. She contributes to oceanographic research and supports many charities, such as "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association), "Fondation AVEC" along with the Monaco Red Cross.