Georgette Mulheir is proud of all the work she has done over the years but knows that she can not rest on her laurels. She was born in the city of Oldham not too far from Manchester in the summer of 69 & had a sister & two brothers. Her dad was a carpenter while her mom served as one of the local social workers in the area. Georgette Mulheir knew from a young age that she wanted to help kids as much as she could but she also had a strong desire to enter into the world of music. This is why she went to Sheffield in an effort to study music & see if she would be able to make a career for herself in that field.
But in the end this fell through which is why human rights defendant Georgette Mulheir opted to get some work experience in the field of social work in lieu of music. When the global leader activist was done with college, she went on to work as one of the best social workers in the nation at the local branch but two years later was given an offer she could not refuse (Londonlovesbusiness).
So Georgette Mulheir had to relocate to Romania where she was able to set up the first ever mother and baby unit in the capital. & this was just the tip of the iceberg. Over the next two decades, she helped reduce the number of kids in orphanages from 200000 to just 20,000. She made some great strides in her field helping thousands of children & it did not go unnoticed. In 2014, Georgette Mulheir was named as one of the most successful social workers of all time & she was quite happy to get it. But at the end of the day, Georgette Mulheir knows it is all about the work & it is why she has kept doing what she is doing to ensure that no one ever has to go through it ever again. She recently gave a ted talk about orphanages & said that they are not the best places for kids to be held so she’s an advocate of adoption.