Countess Alexandra stops at UNICEF with immediate effect!!!!
After 15 years as a patron of UNICEF Denmark, Countess Alexandra stops working for the organization. Countess Alexandra stops as patron of UNICEF Denmark. It happens as of today says UNICEF in an unexpectedly brief message in the face of her 15 years with the organization.
UNICEF emphasizes, however Countess's involvement in projects in Thailand, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Greenland and a children's research center in Florence will remain.UNICEF does not disclose why Countess Alexandra stopped her membership with the organization, but it may be due to an impending employment with another company or organization. Thus, she has made no secret that she would like to have time in his career again.* ^^^^oh, of course - guess who will be the new royal patron for UNICEF*
That she repeated as recently as Monday in an interview with BT.
- "I'd love to come back to the business woman I was when I came to this country"
, she explained and revealed that there might be a job along the way.
- "There are some things in the pipeline that could be exciting. But I just can not say much yet. 2016 is really a year when I will renew myself and look at what life has to offer."
> Queen Rania - UNICEF's first Eminent Advocate for Children
> The Grand Duchess - Patron of UNICEF Luxembourg / UNICEF Eminent Advocate for Children / Goodwill Ambassador for UNESCO
> Princess Lalla Fatima Zohra of Morocco
> Princess Martha Louise - Patron of UNICEF Norway
> Queen Mathilde - Honorary President of UNICEF Belgium
> Princess Beatrix - Patron of UNICEF Netherlands
> Queen Silvia - Patron of UNICEF Sweden
> Queen Mother Ashi Sangay Choden Wangchuck of Bhutan > Patron of UNFPA
> Princess Basma Bint Talal of Jordan > Patron of UNFPA UN postitions in Denmark
- Patron of UN FPA (HIV/AIDS/POVERTY)
- Patron of UN WHO Europe
- Patron of UN ESCO - Danish National Commission
- Patron of the Danish AIDS Fond
it's obvious who's resume will benefit with that royal patronage, no?