Isabel Caro Wilson

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Isabel Caro Wilson also known as Doña Isabel Caro Wilson, began in the business world. When she became an ambassador, she arranged the first visit of a Philippine head of state President Fidel V. Ramos to Spain in 1994. The exchange visit of the King and Queen of Spain brought important Spanish businesses in the Philippines.

For her, it is worthy to study and admire those who have given their own character and identity. She promoted the Philippine culture in Spain. In the celebration of Dia Nacional de Filipinas on June 12, she arranged to present concerts and literary-musical programs. That the Philippine Embassy also created a rondalla and folkloric dance group of Filipino students, overseas Filipino workers and so with professionals that live in Madrid. They have performed in various festivals in the cities in Spain.

In 1997, she was the Premio Zobel awardee. She has been honored for successfully strengthening the relationship between the Philippines and Spain.

Reference

  • Brillantes, Lourdes. 81 Years of Premio Zobel: A Legacy of Philippine Literature in Spanish. Manila:Filipinas Heritage Library, 2006.


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