Queen Letizia of Spain traveled to Riojaforum in Logrono to attend the presentation ceremony and announce the winner of the “Princess of Girona Foundation Award 2022”, in the “Social” category aimed at rewarding young people who, due to their leadership and personal commitment, have achieved success in creation and promotion of social projects, with new visions and tangible results, within the framework of social entities or companies.
The Princess of Girona Foundation Awards, which this year reach their thirteenth edition, is endowed with 20,000 euros and each year different awards are awarded to individuals and organizations with the aim of promoting and fostering initiative and effort, scientific research, and artistic creativity, solidarity and the development of the talent of young entrepreneurs and innovators.
Letizia presented the “Princess of Girona Foundation Award 2022” in the “Social” category, which wants to emphasize and value the careers of young people whose personal commitment to society and their ability to lead projects have materialized into transformative initiatives or in clear benefits for groups at risk of exclusion, entities, and companies of the third sector or programs of social, educational or sustainability development, and that in this edition has fallen to Claudia María Tecgleb García.
Letizia first attended the Group Mentoring Workshop, integrated by the winners in the “Social” category of the years 2012, 2014, 2019, and 2021, accompanied by a group of 25 young people from the social academic field. Then she held a meeting-colloquium with young people from the “Purpose Generation” and received greetings from the members of the jury of the FPdGi award in the Social category.
Then, the inaugural ceremony and proclamation of the 2022 FPdGi Social Award, chaired by Her Majesty the Queen, began with the round table “Purpose Generation”, moderated by Mohamed El Amrani, Social Award 2014, and with the participation of Luz Rello, Social Award 2016; Alejandro Briceño, director of Employment Experience at Opinno and youth from the Leadership Campus; María Palacín, psychologist and Ángela Idini, co-founder of Cercle Project.
The Queen spoke with the young winners of the Challenge and with the attendees. This year the winners of the Princess Girona Foundation awards are being announced during a talent tour that takes the awards and challenges to different cities. The Tour schedule, in each city, will also feature young creators, emerging music artists, and other manifestations, who have signed up to perform during some of the conferences or in the entertainment area. During the tours, outdoor spaces with food trucks are being set up so that the public can enjoy a wide and varied gastronomic offer while networking with other young people.
Moving towards Queen Letizia style – Letizia chose a chic yet professional look for the day.
Letizia chose a white Carolina Herrera tie-neck blouse. Thanks to Nuria for the id.
She paired the blouse with her Massimo Dutti pointed-check wool skirt.
The Queen was wearing Carolina Herrera Pointed Toe Pumps and
Carried Carolina Herrera Doma Insignia Medium Satchel Bag.
Her gold hoops and
Karen Hallam ring finished the look.