ARCHIVES: LORD PITT of HAMPSTEAD (1913-1994), Member, Warnborough Academic Advisory Board
Lord Pitt of Hampstead (1913-1994), was a British Labour Party politician, general practitioner, political-social activist, and educator. President of the British Medical Association (1985-86). Born in Grenada, he was the second peer of African descent, to sit in the House of Lords. He served on the Warnborough College Academic Advisory Board 1986-1988. His focus was on encouraging students from the Caribbean & Africa to study abroad at Warnborough College. In 2004, he was named as one of “100 Great Black Britons”.