Betty is one of the most inspirational and amazing people that I have ever been fortunate enough to meet. I first met her when I started secondary school. At the time, I had lots of health issues that I was really struggling with. She was totally supportive of me, taking the time to listen and help wherever possible. It wasn't just me either; everyone knew she would help wherever possible and she was a central pillar of the school. At her retirement last year, she decided to train for priesthood. So now, Betty continues to support the local community and reaches put to everyone, of every denomination and faith. Without her support, I would have not set up a charity which now supports 800 children affected by the Cherbobyl disaster in Belarus and she gave me the confidence to study medicine. I now practice as a paediatrician and am the first registered paediatrician who uses a wheelchair. Without Betty, none of this would be possible. And I'm just one of literally thousands whose lives she has enhanced!