Lisa Lovatt-Smith began her career in magazines at 18 after winning an essay competition that landed her a plum internship at Anna Wintour's British Vogue. Within a year, Lovatt-Smith became the youngest photo editor in the history of Conde Nast and at 21 she was tapped to head Spanish Vogue. At 35 and at the peak of a highly successful career, a trip to Ghana with her adopted daughter to do volunteer work at an orphanage changes her life forever. She quits her job, sells her house and within 18 months moves to Ghana. Today, Lovatt-Smith lives in a mud hut in Ghana, from where she oversees her award-winning OrphanAid Africa, the non-profit sustainable fostering network she founded in 2002 to help thousands of children separated from their families by poverty, AIDS or the exodus to the cities.