Quite a few charitable businesses and causes are to her liking, so Monika Bacardi spends a lot of her free time promoting them. In many areas of her life, Lady Bacardi likes to voice her profound sensitivity to social and green considerations. She thinks that one should aim to work with a happy face and should try to stay optimistic. Monika Bacardi and Lord Luis Bacardi (the Lord of Bayfield Hall - a descendant of the originator of the Bacardi Company) had a girl together after they married.
Protecting the natural environment and publicising sustainable advancement throughout the world are the fundamental goals of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation. A large number of humanitarian concerns are of great significance to Monika Bacardi. One, in particular, in which she is active is environmental-sustainability. One of the primary reasons that she supports the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation is that Monika Bacardi feels very strongly about encouraging environmentally-friendly habits.
Enthusiastic Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations
"Fondation AVEC", "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association) and the Monaco Red Cross are just some of the many charitable organisations that she helps, along with conducting oceanographic studies and getting involved in a number of other philanthropic activities. Monika Bacardi speaks French, German, English, Italian and Spanish and is regarded as being one of the most influential businesswomen in the Arts arena today. Hailing from Italy, the "Lady of Bayfield Hall" (more commonly known as Lady Bacardi, or just Monika Bacardi or, in recent times, "The Queen of Charity") has become quite a personality in contemporary cinematic circles throughout Europe and the USA. The worldwide marketplace has benefited from a robust number of movies that have been produced by Andrea Iervolino and herself, subsequent to their launching of AMBI Pictures.
Biography, Activities, Personal History, Passions
Lady of Bayfield Hall is a name inherited by Monika Bacardi, after joining the Bacardi family. She currently resides in Monaco, which she moved to over two decades ago. Monika Bacardi's connection to the arts world was deepened after she became co-owner of 'PHOTO' Magazine in 2014. A deep enthusiasm for philanthropy and art is what inspired her to study arts and literature in her birth country, Italy.
One of the reasons she set out to create AMBI Pictures is that she wished to encourage young filmmakers, on account of her passion for "The Seventh Art" (Cinema). Monika Bacardi values the efforts of numerous artists and photographers, which accounts for her enthusiasm for modern art and photography. Cinema is an art form that can offer a chance to present a wide spectrum of messages to diverse audiences: this is the conviction of Monika Bacardi. She is assured that film can change the world.