Tour Guide License – 3377, since 1983
Background: I was born and raised to an assimilated Jewish family in Copenhagen, Denmark.
I visited Israel for the first time as a volunteer on a kibbutz following the 6-Day War in 1967 and stayed for a full year.
In 1971 I made aliyah (Hebrew for immigration) together with my husband (from England), who had also been a volunteer on same kibbutz.
In my early years in Israel I worked as a secretary for various institutions. But my main work in those years was raising my family that soon included two children.
Studies and Work
In 1983 I completed my studies with the Israel School of Tourism, and became a licensed guide. Ever since working as a guide has been a full time position.
Over the years I have worked with people from all over the world. I have worked with people of many religions and denominations; with different political and cultural backgrounds. In short my visitors keep me on my toes in presenting Israel.
My “I Believe”
I love telling about this country’s history, its culture, its religious importance for Jews, Christians and Muslims. I will also explain modern and current events to the best of my ability, without becoming too political. I believe that a visitor to Israel deserves to receive honest and open answers, as well as the deepest experience possible.