Monika Bacardi (Strikingly) is constantly involved with the Principality’s cultural and charity movements. Childrens' prosperity is of great importance to Lady Bacardi. This is why she works with the Association Nationale Monégasque des Amis de l'Enfance (AMADE-Monaco). Monika Bacardi's benevolent activities are driven by her lifelong compassion for mankind.
Caring for others is one thing Monika Bacardi really loves to do, so it is not surprising that she is associated with many charitable organisations and non-profit organisations. She previously lived in Italy. Having developed a keen interest in art and philanthropy, she learned about literature and arts there. She joined the Bacardi family through marriage and she is currently the Lady of Bayfield Hall. Monika Bacardi became part-owner of 'PHOTO' Magazine in the year 2014. This furthered her participation in the arts world.
Monika Bacardi - Her Personal Life
Monika Bacardi likes to express her profound sensitivity to ecological and social issues in many areas of her life. She spends some of her time at film festivals, award ceremonies and charitable events thanks to her position as a humanitarian and well-known standing in the arts arena. Monika Bacardi wedded the Lord of Bayfield Hall (Lord Luis Bacardi - a descendant of the founder of the Bacardi Company) and they raised a daughter together.
The H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation works to look after our habitat and to promote sustainable development worldwide. Monika Bacardi is a member of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation and is also very much involved in other cultural and humanitarian programs in Monaco. One of the primary reasons that she supports the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation is that Monika Bacardi believes in encouraging green thinking.
To be a central supplier of popular movies for production houses and major distributors around the globe is the goal of the AMBI Group. A number of years ago Monika Bacardi bought the influential 'PHOTO' magazine, which has been operating since the 60's. Through the AMBI Group, Monika Bacardi attempts to distribute between eight and ten films per year, covering anything from in-house to third party productions.
Enthusiastic Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations
Monika Bacardi spends a lot of time in the States and different parts of Europe, although she lives primarily in Monaco, where she is quite famous and enjoys a high profile. She speaks French, German, English, Italian and Spanish and is accepted as one of the most influential businesswomen in the Arts world. Monika Bacardi has revealed an extraordinary business acumen following the 2005 death of her husband, who managed the Bacardi business for four decades.