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2011 Debutantes




Miss Sofia Santana “GiGi” de la Gorgonzola-Gonzalez (Ric Sosa)

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Sofia Santana “GiGi” de la Gorgonzola-Gonzalez was born in Washington, DC on July 8, 1983, the eldest of 8 daughters of Salvadoran Ricardo Alberto Gonzalez, and Ana Paula (nee Mozzarella). GiGi was raised a Roman Catholic, and at the age of 10, she began attending to the Convent of Betty Ford, a private all-girls school in Alexandria, Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC. Her flawless academic skills, charisma, and legs later earned GiGi an invitation to become a member of the Esteemed Ladies of Dupont Circle, a society of highbrow, prominent, politically-influential women.

Growing quite tired and bored of lunching with “First Ladies,” GiGi decided to leave the nation’s capitol after an intense and explosive affair with a former President. Unlike the Lewinsky scandal, however, she decided not to go public with the video tapes in exchange for an unspecified amount of money, to which she simply answers, “I gots my dolla’s!”

Since her arrival to Atlanta in 2004, GiGi resides in the heart of the city where she enjoys picnics in the park, running, rollerblading, and partaking in the finer social events (e.g. pool parties and T dances) that the city has to offer. After years of involvement with various charities, she has now decided to become a debutante for the 10th Annual Atlanta Cotillion, benefiting AID Atlanta. Gigi hopes to contribute to HIV prevention by dedicating herself to raising money for a great cause.

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