Model, actress and philanthropist Eglantina Zingg, together with Lourdes Fernandez-Velasco of Miami Fashion Week, hosted Pink Power Night at Nader Art Museum to benefit Goleadoras, a not-for-profit organization which empowers girls around the world and close the gender disparity using soccer as a tool for change.
The pink-themed high-energy soiree featured music performed by DJ La Negra Fabulosa, an installation by visual artist Soraya Abu Nabaa, and the debut performance of the “Goleadoras´ Anthem,” written and composed by Dana Al Fardan, cultural ambassador for the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra, and performed by female choristers from The Children’s Voice Chorus, a Miami-based not-for-profit that provides voice lessons and singing opportunities for Miami’s talented young musicians.
Throughout the evening, guests enjoyed cocktails by Clase Azul Tequila and Stelle & Fortuna sparkling wine, with hors d’oeuvres by Nobu and Coyo Taco. Flower arrangements were crafted by Aniska Creations. Notable guests included El Puma (Jose Luis Rodriguez), Nadia Ferreira, Maria Celeste Arraras, Ariadna Gutierrez, Chris Gayle, Paula Badosa with boyfriend Juan Betancourt, Victor Drija, Willy Martin, Soraya Abu Nabaa, Rodner Figueroa, and Nader Museum founder Gary Nader.
Goleadoras is a not-for-profit based in the United States that uses soccer as an instrument to transform the lives of girls and women around the world. The 10-year-old organization, founded by television personality Eglantina Zingg, has been making change happen throughout Latin America and the United States by empowering girls living in neighborhoods in need with opportunities to play soccer. Goleandoras’ work with UNICEF, the UN, and many private sector partners in Haiti, Venezuela, Mexico, Colombia, and the United States has transformed the lives of thousands of girls. #GoleadorasPinkPowerNight @goleadoras @eglantinazingg