The powerful and influential Baroness Jill Pitkeathley OBE lives a life that most ordinary citizens never get to see. So how can someone with her stature really inspire common village, city and town-dwellers to make changes in their lives for the better? As a speaker or a panellist at a workshop or seminar, how can ordinary citizens expect to relate to what a Baroness has to say?
Can Nobility Resonate With Commoners?
It’s true that Baroness Jill Pitkeathley OBE carries a title of nobility that is often equated to being an “elitist”. However, in today’s world such titles come with responsibilities to the community which cannot be easily shrugged. To justify a title, most holders of it must show they deserve it. And the Baroness is a prime example:
- Baroness Jill Pitkeathley OBE spent her early childhood as an evacuee in Yorkshire during the Second World War. She therefore can empathize with many struggles that immigrants and other marginalized segments of society must face
- Like many professionals amongst the common citizenry, she too studied at the Ladies’ College (Channel Island) and Bristol University (West Country) to earn her degrees
- And also like most average citizens do, she married and started working – not in royalty or a glamorous career, but as a social worker, working with deprived families in inner cities
- She has been recognized around the world for her passionate causes, including supporting and befriending mental patients
Can Titles Really Change Our World?
Sometimes it takes someone with a title or a high profile to lend his or her name to get momentum behind a just cause. But that isn’t the case with Baroness Jill Pitkeathley OBE. Rather than simply lend her name and title to a cause, she actively champions many causes to help the socially underprivileged.
It is largely due to her efforts that the relatively opaque issue of the needs of Great Britain’s 6-million carers has now become into a well publicised public issue.
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Baroness Jill Pitkeathley OBE, through her passion for carers rights has certainly inspired many changes in society which will impact ordinary people – the disabled, seniors and charities. Her work, both in the House of Lords and within the community, means she can speak to an audience with experience from both sides of the fence – as a law maker as well as a law-abiding commoner.
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