Legacy and Leadership
Audrey Hepburn was a prominent figure in popular culture throughout the 1950s as she began her acting career. Hepburn’s most notable films such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Roman Holiday have been considered as her legendary works due to the large amount of people who enjoyed the plays. After retiring from acting, Audrey Hepburn became a special ambassador for the UNICEF organization in order to promote child welfare. During her time as special ambassador, she traveled across the World in order to help children in need, by providing food and water, health care, and education. Her leadership skills were portrayed through the speeches she gave on behalf of the UNICEF organization. Hepburn used her publicity in order to promote UNICEF’s mission, which increased the amount of donations given for each cause. Audrey Hepburn’s legacy and leadership will live on for centuries to come.