Paulie Rojas appointed as Patron & Goodwill Ambassador by Africa Health Organisation (AHO)
Paulie Rojas, an accomplished actress, artist, and humanitarian, born in Mexico City, Mexico, and now living in New York City, has been apointed by Africa Health Organisation (AHO) as its Patron and Goodwill Ambassador.
Paulie Rojas, an accomplished actress, artist, and humanitarian, born in Mexico City, Mexico, and now living in New York City, has been apointed by Africa Health Organisation (AHO) as its Patron and Goodwill Ambassador. She began her career in the entertainment industry at a young age, appearing in various theater productions before transitioning to film and television. With a passion for storytelling and a love for the craft, Paulie quickly established herself as a talented actress, known for her versatility, dedication, and natural charisma.
Paulie is fluent in English, Spanish, French, and can speak Italian and German proficiently. She is a trained ballerina, a piano player, has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, and is a lover of adventure, animals, and classical music, literature, and films. Her love of storytelling stems from her grandfather, who was the legendary leading man, Roberto Cañedo, one of the most prolific actors in the history of Mexican Cinema.
Throughout her career, Paulie has been involved in various humanitarian efforts, leveraging her platform to raise awareness and support for causes close to her heart. In 2023, Paulie Rojas is looking forward to working with the Africa Health Organization (AHO) as a Goodwill Ambassador to help improve healthcare outcomes and promote wellness across the African continent.
As an ambassador for the AHO, Paulie is focused on raising awareness about the unique health challenges faced by women, children, and girls in Africa. She is passionate about empowering these groups with the knowledge and resources they need to take control of their own health and lives, promoting access to quality healthcare, education, and addressing the social, economic, and cultural factors that can impact health outcomes.
As an Ambassador and Patron for the AHO, Paulie is committed to raising awareness about the importance of healthcare and wellness, particularly in underserved communities. Through her advocacy work, she hopes to inspire others to get involved in the fight for better health outcomes for women, children, and girls in Africa and make a difference, whether through volunteering, fundraising, or simply spreading the word. She believes that by working together, we can create a world where everyone has access to the care and support they need to live healthy, happy lives.
With her talent, passion, and dedication, Paulie Rojas is poised to make a significant impact on the African continent and beyond, bringing attention to the critical issue of healthcare and helping to make a positive difference in the lives of countless people, and working tirelessly to create a brighter future for women, children, and girls in Africa and beyond. Her commitment to the AHO’s mission is a testament to her character and her unwavering belief in the power of collaboration and collective action to effect positive change in the world.
Welcoming Paulie, the President of AHO, Graciano Masauso said, “I am excited to welcome Paulie as our Patron and Goodwill Ambassador.I look forward to working with you to promote health, prevent diseases and provide treatment of the most vulnerable people in Africa and the Diaspora.”
Paulie Rojas Actress
Paulie is an accomplished actress in Mexico and the US. She is seeking the opportunity to enter the UK market in the film and theatre industry.
If you have opportunities available in the Film and Theatre or you want to talk to Paulie, please contact me, Graciano Masauso on +44 755 1902 431 or email: graciano’@’aho.org
You can view Paulie’s profile on SPOTLIGHT
Press Release from the President’s Office