Queen Letizia of Spain attended a working day of the Fundación Telefónica Management Committee at the Headquarters of the Telefónica Foundation in Madrid. Letizia met with some members of the Board of Trustees and the management team of Fundación Telefónica, to hold a working meeting with the aim of deepening the strategic lines of her action plan in Spain for 2021.
The Fundación Telefónica Management Committee has been working for more than 20 years to be a catalyst for social inclusion in the digital age and to contribute to creating a more just and supportive world. True to its technological origin, it trusts in the unlimited capabilities of new technologies to improve people’s lives and strengthens its commitment to society so that no one is excluded from the benefits of progress.
With a vision, Fundación Telefónica seeks to improve people’s development opportunities, through educational, social and cultural projects that reduce the digital divide. It works in 4 strategic lines: Education, betting on the quality of training as a vehicle for social transformation; Employability, helping people to prepare to access the opportunities of the “new employability”, guiding them in their professional future and training them in the most demanded technological profiles; Digital Culture and Knowledge, becoming a “hub” for debate and reflection that leads the ideas that are changing our world, in the most innovative and participatory way; and Corporate Volunteering.
Fundación Telefónica, during 2021, will continue joining efforts with other institutions and entities so that its work has a maximum impact. It will continue working to develop projects with a digital soul, projects with a global vocation, inclusive projects.
For the day, Queen Letizia of Spain brought back another familiar style. Letizia was wearing her black Hugo Boss Capina Cape that she last wore when she visited the Campus of IESE in Madrid to deliver the second edition of the “International Friendship Award” to four Chinese business leaders.
Luxuriously crafted from pure virgin wool features elegant swing shape with a slim turtle neck accented by two branded gold-tone press studs.
Underneath the cape, Letizia wore COS Draped Neck Ribbed Wool Dress. Letizia debuted the dress in February 2020 at the Research Awards.
Queen topped her dress with a black Burberry Ruffle Leather Waist Belt.
Letizia was wearing her Steve Madden Suede Dominique Long Boots.
Her Karen Hallam ring finished the look.