Saturday, September 24, 2016

Art Collectors, Amalia Moreno-Damgaard and Kenn Damgaard Of Twin Cities Purchase Work of Andrew Pereira

The Box Gallery
811 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach, Florida 33405www.TheBoxGallery.info
786-521-1199 

Lady With Orchids by A. Pereira 
Art collectors, Amalia Moreno-Damgaard and Kenn Damgaard,  purchase "Lady with Orchids" by Andrew Pereira from The Box Gallery.
Amalia Moreno-Damgaard is an internationally recognized award-winning-bestselling author, chef and seasoned entrepreneur born and raised in Guatemala City currently living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She helps individuals and companies develop a better understanding and appreciation of Latin cultures through healthy gourmet cuisine and culture education. Amalia consults and partners with brands to build strategies around the Latin culture to connect them with the Latin market effectively through custom projects and programs, speaking engagements, and cooking experiences.
Entrepreneurship, Philanthropy, and Social Responsibility:
Giving back has always been at the forefront of Amalia’s activities, having supported a variety of nonprofits for many years. Amalia has had an economic impact of hundreds of thousands of dollars through fundraising, charitable donations, as well as time and talent. In addition to her involvement with Le Cordon Bleu, Amalia has served on many boards over the years and currently she is on the executive board of directors of two nonprofit organizations including Common Hope, which promotes hope and opportunity in Guatemala through education, healthcare, and housing; and DepartSmart, which focuses on providing education for keeping international students safe abroad. 
Amalia has been recognized internationally on printed media and television, from the United States to Guatemala, Spain, and beyond. She is a bilingual contributing writer to publications including Latino American Today, Revue Magazine, Siglo21, and El Minnesota de Hoy on the topics of culinary trends, healthy cooking techniques, history and culture, and fun experiences and recipes from her worldwide travels.


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