Delivery Team

Caroline Millar

Facilitator and Business Consultant.

Caroline’s role is to deliver the monitor farm meetings on behalf of Scottish Enterprise, facilitate each meeting and to provide business support and advice to the monitor farmers and core community group outwith the meeting. Caroline particularly loves pricing strategy and ensuring farmers who diversify charge the right amount for their very sought after tourism experience.

Caroline has run a rural business consultancy since 2007 supporting a range of businesses and delivering the first two agritourism monitor farms in Scotland in 2014/15. Along with husband Ross, she runs her own luxury tourism business, The Hideaway Experience. She has an MBA, is a Scottish Enterprise Rural Leader, a Nuffield Scholar, board member of the new Food Tourism Strategy Board, board member of SRUC and has spent most of the last seven years working in agritourism at home and abroad. Caroline and her husband Ross farm beef, sheep and malting barley on the family farm at Auchterhouse, near Dundee.

Jackie Green

Project Manager

Jackie’s role is to project manage the overall agritourism monitor farm programme for Scottish Enterprise.

Jackie is a Project Manager within the Rural Team at Scottish Enterprise and provides business support and advice to rural businesses within the Scottish Enterprise area of Scotland, which included the first two agritourism monitor farms in 2014/15. Jackie is a Scottish Enterprise Rural Leader and a key member of the Rural Leadership Alumni. Although Jackie does not come from a farming background, she has worked in the Rural Team for over 12 years so has built up a knowledge of agriculture and farming as part of her management of multiple projects. Out with work, Jackie enjoys keeping fit, including long walks in the countryside and horse riding.

Rebecca Dawes

Rebecca’s role along with Becca is to support the organisation of each monitor farm meeting, and to promote and communicate details and outputs of each meeting with agritourism and rural business owners across Scotland. Rebecca loves digital communications and new technology and will also be supporting businesses attending meetings to upskill and tell their story.

Rebecca works for Jane Craigie Marketing. She has a First-Class Honours degree in Events Management, is a Scottish Enterprise Rural Leader, a Director for Scottish Rural Action, Judge for Lantra Scotland Land-based and Aquaculture Learner of the Year Awards and Scottish Co-ordinator for LEAF Open Farm Sunday. Rebecca is a farmer’s daughter from a mixed livestock farm; she also has her own herd of pygmy goats.

Becca Rainnie

Becca works alongside Rebecca is to support the organisation of each monitor farm meeting, and to promote and communicate details and outputs of each meeting with agritourism and rural business owners across Scotland. Becca loves the written word and creating easy to read factsheets and reports which people can use to learn new knowledge. She is also passionate about social media and getting the most from the networks, in order to promote businesses.

Becca works for Jane Craigie Marketing. She has a Rural Business Management and Agriculture Honours degree from SRUC and completed the British Guild of Agricultural Journalists’ John Deere Journalist Training Award in 2016. She is a keen member of SAYFC and volunteers for the Royal Northern Countryside Initiative.  A farmer’s daughter from a mixed livestock unit in the Cairngorms, any spare time is enjoyed working on the farm.