Women in Tourism has recently announced their Top 100 Women in Tourism. Earlier this year they requested nominations from all over the UK for women who are doing fantastic work within the tourism industry. We are delighted to report that our owner Rachel has made the list.
Included are several other amazing women from the Highland and Islands, including:
Anne Gracie – Managing Director of Sonas Hospitality, Isle of Skye
Deborah Mackenzie – Company Director of Cruise Loch Ness
Emma Clark – Joint Owner of Glenegedale House B&B, Isle of Islay
Freda Newton – Director at Jacobite Tours, Loch Ness
Rohaise Rose Bristow – Owner of The Torridon
Rachel Ross – Management Consultant and Owner of Loch Melfort Hotel
Shirley Spear – Owner of The Three Chimneys
Fiona Campbell – Chief Executive, Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers
Marina Huggett – Scottish Tourism Alliance
Sally Dowden – Founder/Managing Director of Speyside Wildlife
“There has never been a better time to be a women in tourism in the highlands. Our industry is continuing to grow and there are fantastic opportunities for women to be successful at every level. I am delighted to be included on this list, along with such esteemed names as Shirley Spear and Rohaise Rose-Bristow, who all fly the flag for highland hospitality.” Rachel Ross
Women in Tourism was created by a small group of destination leaders in 2015, who are passionate about Scotland and tourism. The principles of the organisation are to inspire, encourage and support women in tourism.
We would like to say congratulations to all 100 women!