We Care For Humanity Founder HRH Princess Maria Amor Torres as she receive her Doctorate of Business Administration Degree from International American University on the night of November 24, 2017.
Her Highness Maria Amor is receiving an Honorary Doctorate Degree Award along with 3 other awardees; His Excellency Khil Raj Regmi, former Prime Minister of Nepal, His Excellency Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, former Vice President of Kenya and Her Excellency Rosalia Arteaga Serrano, former President of Ecuador to be awarded by IAU Dean Dr. Richard Gayer and IAU Executive Director Ryan Doan.
"This marks another milestone to my life's journey and I couldn't be more grateful to my brother Tony Nguyen and the International American University for giving me this extraordinary blessing!", excitedly said by Amor. "I especially dedicate this honor to my mother who merged with her creator last year.", the princess continues.
Maria Amor, Princess and Foreign Minister of the Royal House of Baloi in Mindanao, Philippines is also known as the Traveling Princess. Her jet-setting lifestyle is done in purpose and in significant style – She is a Royal humanitarian by heart and deed whose life and works are dedicated to the underprivileged, and whose mission is to be in constant reach for other Humanitarians across the globe to unite with in addressing and providing the needs of the less fortunate. Her passion includes charity missions, creating a pool of opportunities, organizing shelters and placements, as well as providing hope for the underprivileged. Her strong advocacy for humanitarianism mothered We Care For Humanity helping a lot of people in need especially in third world countries and underdeveloped nations. One of the biggest and most awaited pilot projects of Princess Maria Amor is the We Care For Humanity Village in Belize, which is anticipated to launch in January 1, 2018 to benefit a lot of people from different countries.
Truly, WCH Founder HRH Princess Maria Amor is well deserving of her Honorary Degree with all her achievements and with all her advocacies. There’s a lot to learn from her missions in life that inspires not only one person but also many people from all walks of life. She is a Mother of all Nations and a World Changer – just like the rest of the awardees. And with their Honorary Doctorate Degrees, they can impact the world even more.