Rafa Nadal: "For me the most important thing is to be a good person".

The San Pablo CEU University Foundation has presented its "CEU Ángel Herrera Awards" in recognition of the social, teaching and research work of individuals and organizations. 

Maria José Atienza-January 22, 2021-Reading time: < 1 minutes
CEU 2021 Awardees

The delivery of the CEU Angel Herrera Awards The award in the category of the "Best of the Best" took place this morning. The award in the category of Ethics and ValuesThe prize, ex aequo, has been awarded this year to the Little Sisters of the Poor and in the tennis player Rafa NadalHe wanted to address a few words to the congregation with which he shares the award, thanking them for their work. The tennis player also wanted to point out that, "although all awards are welcome, they are especially so when they are not only for sporting causes, as in this case, because for me the most important thing is to be a good person"..

José María Álvarez-Pallete received the award given to the following companies Telefónica in the category of Business Collaboration in the Education SectorThe company is committed to corporate action with values and responsibility. On the other hand, the Educational Innovation in the Technology Sector Awardo in this edition went to LinkedIn.

The San Pablo CEU University Foundation has also awarded two of its best Alumni: in the category of "Best Alumni" and "Best Alumni" in the category of "Best Alumni. Junior Alumni, the founder of Adopt A GrandparentAlberto Cabanes, and in the category Senior Alumnithe creator of the Starlite FoundationSandra García-Sanjuán. 

Cooperation and culture

Also awarded was the Nazareth Home in the category of Solidarity, Cooperation for Development and Social Entrepreneurship for its project "Rescue houses for children in the Peruvian Amazon". 

The award for journalistic work in the world of education went to the journalist Olga R. Sanmartínfor his article entitled "Schools that nurture families" and the "Schools that nurture families" award for his article entitled "Schools that nurture families". Cardinal Raniero Cantalamessa and the Edades del Hombre Foundation share, this year the CEU Angel Herrera Award for the Dissemination of Catholic Culture.  

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