Posted on July 29, 2014
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Another day, another fabulous ambassador for you to meet. Baroness Anne Jenkin is one of 18 high-achieving women joining forces with the What I See Project as part of our campaign.
Baroness Jenkin, a former event organiser and PR consultant, is a life peer at the House of Lords. She is co-chair of Women2Win, which aims to elect more Conservative women to parliament; she has also taken part in ‘Live Below The Line’ since its conception three years ago, living on £1 a day for a week to raise money for charity.
She is an advisor for the Global Poverty Project, a trustee UNICEF UK and chair of the Conservative Friends of International Development.
Anne’s commitment to helping others makes her a true What I See advocate: “Everybody who can make time for young people will really benefit from advising them,” she says. Her other best bit of advice? “Do it now.”