Heather Anne Mills is an English entrepreneur, philanthropist, activist, environmentalist, revolutionary campaigner, inventor, Alpine ski racer and mother. She started her business career after leaving home at the age of 14. By the age of 20 she had successfully built and sold businesses, importing ladies' undergarments aswell as establishing and running a successful model agency, Exsell. In 1990 she moved to the former Yugoslavia, now Slovenia and became involved in the Balkan crisis. She then set up a refugee crisis centre in London funded from the sale of her UK businesses and started a career in charity and campaigning. Returning from the Balkan crisis in 1993 to advise the Shadow Defence Secretary of the situation, Mills was involved in a road traffic accident with a police motorcycle in London. She had her left leg amputated below the knee, suffered a fractured skull, crushed pelvis, broken ribs and a punctured lung. This bought her to the attention of the public eye. She then used the proceeds from her media attention to establish the Heather Mills Health Trust. The Trust allowed workshops to be set up in prisons to dismantle and recycle prosthetic limbs by collecting unused limbs from clinics around the UK. These were then driven my Mills and her team to Croatia to aid victims of war and landmine explosions. Over 400,000 have been helped to date.