Fiona Montagu

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"Lady Fiona Montagu of Beaulieu, born in Zimbabwe, is a Director of Beaulieu Enterprises Ltd and a Trustee of the Countryside Education Trust. She was appointed as first Global Ambassador to the Club of Budapest. She is an International Advisor to Nobel Peace Laureate Betty Williams's World Centres of Compassion for Children. She is Chairman of the recently created World Servers Foundation. Fiona also acts as an advisor to Theo Cosmora's People's Foundation.

"Fiona Montagu is a philanthropist, dedicated to the future of humankind and is patron of many charities including The Hunger Project. She studies practical metaphysics with a view to raising global consciousness by building ethical bridges of awareness, compassion and co-operation between the nations of our planet. Her metaphysical co-worker is Gillian R Wright."[1]

She is married to Conservative politician Edward John Barrington Douglas-Scott-Montagu.

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  1. Home, Fiona Montagu, accessed December 16, 2011.
  2. World Wisdom Council, Club of Budapest, accessed December 16, 2011.