Each year Millionaires & Entrepreneurs With A Cause acknowledges those individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the world’s most underserved and vulnerable people. This year’s Goodwill Ambassador Award will be given to Malgorzata Baclawska for her charitable work in humanitarian causes and for her participation in the up and coming fashion charity film, “The Movement.”
Simply known as Margo, this enterprising young lady left a small town in Poland to begin a career as a model. Success came quickly for her, working the runways of Milan. The combination of her beauty and hard-work ethic, made her the It Girl in the fashion scene and work with top designers such as Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton and of Philip Plein. She has since graced the covers of dozens of glamour and high fashion magazines throughout Europe. Her tall stature, slender figure and fine features have kept her popular both on the runway and in print.
Today there are a number of recognized Polish fashion designers such as Magdalena Frackowiak, Roma Gasiorowska and Joanna Horodynska creating a new movement.
Margo aspires for more than just a successful career as a model in Europe. Her travels all over the world have opened her eyes to what people want most in this world, and that is, to be loved, respected and know that someone cares about them.
Her travels for work have taken her all over the world, and today she sees opportunity here in America, especially Los Angeles, a hub creativity tying into fashion, entertainment and music. Margo starts every morning with a brisk walk before breakfast.
In her free time, she reviews invitations and emails to various events and charities, selecting those that are related to causes she truly believes in. When Margo glides into a room heads turn, and with effortless chic and composure, she steps onto the red carpet afterwards meeting and socializing with some of LA’s most prominent figures within the entertainment and fashion industry.
On Thanksgiving, Margo spent the day at the mission assisting to feed the homeless. It shocked her that just only a few miles away from the dire poverty, there were people living in million dollar homes.
Although World War II was years before she was born, Margo states that she loves America and the contributions that the American soldiers made to ensure the welfare of her country during the war.
Margo does not take privilege for granted. “The glamour world that I live in has allowed me to take part in finding solutions.” And no doubt, this enterprising young beauty will.