Lisa Lovatt-Smith began her career in magazine publishing at the tender age of eighteen. After winning a writing contest, Lisa began working as an intern for British Vogue. At nineteen, she became the youngest photo editor in Condé Nast history, thanks in part to Anna Wintour, who saw Lisa's potential early on. In 2002, after rising to be fashion director of Spanish Vogue, Lisa left everything behind and moved to Ghana. Since then, Lisa has continued her humanitarian efforts, using her connections in the fashion industry to raise awareness and spread her message. Today Lisa lives in a mud hut in Ghana, where she runs the organisation she founded, OAfrica.