Jenni’s journey has taken her from life as a corporate PA to following her true passion for History. She gained her Bachelor’s degree in Scottish History a few years ago she has recently gone back to study for her Masters degree! The travel bug took her to China and found her working for seven years there as an English and History teacher. Teaching students who had never heard of Scotland and inspiring them through culture, music and at times dance. Finally getting to use those dancing skills that all High school students in Scotland get taught…whether they want too or not!
Returning to Scotland three years ago to live in Inverness, whilst working on that Masters Degree in Highlands and Islands History, she worked in tourism, encouraging visitors to seek out the unusual and sometimes unknown parts of the country. Jenni combines her passion for history with the quiet calmness she gained from working in a country where every day was an adventure and an experience…much like Scotland.
A natural communicator, she takes great pride in ensuring her guests leave at the end of the day with smiles and memories of a country she loves so much.
Her favourite place in Scotland: Chanonry Point in the Black Isle, walking on the beach no matter what the weather, with the calming sound of the waves and hopefully a dolphin or two in sight.