On June 3, 4 and 5, Ray Cazorla, president of ICL and HAC Global and lover of the Camino de Santiago, will take office as honorary academic during the Xacobea Academy world congress, to be held in Santiago de Compostela and he will make a public intervention where he will link his cosmopolitan vision of the world with the road.
King Felipe VI will inaugurate the I World Xacobeo Congress organized by the Xacobea Academy. The opening space of the event will be the Pazo de Fonseca, in the Galician capital. It will last for three days, and the Congress will close at the Rosalía de Castro House-Museum, in the Coruña municipality of Padrón.
The Xacobea Academy is a non-profit, non-governmental, public law institution, created under Decree 392/2003, of October 23, which regulates the creation and legal regime of academies within the Autonomous Community of Galicia.
The Xacobea Academy is a non-profit, non-governmental, public law institution created under Decree 392/2003, of October 23, which regulates the creation and legal regime of academies within the Autonomous Community of Galicia.
Its creation is protected by a private initiative, set out in the minutes dated June 8, 2017, in which its statutes were approved.
Subsequently, by Agreement of the Xunta de Galicia dated November 23, 2017, published in the DOGA of December 12 of the same year, under the provisions of the aforementioned Decree, it receives the institutional approval and approval, being assigned to the Department of Culture, Education and University Planning.
Ray Cazorla is an entrepreneur and philanthropist who has been working in New York for more than a decade, and has led the creation of the New York Summit that each year rewards Hispanic leadership in the world and whose past editions have awarded Rafael Nadal, the Foundation Real Madrid, the Kennedy, Luther King and Mandela Families, among others. Ray Cazorla, President of The Inspiring Committed Leaders Foundation and HAC Global, born on the island of Gran Canaria, is known for working at the intersection of the private sector, governments and philanthropy and for being an advocate for the Hispanic and that these have access to decision-making tables.