Meet our current staff and volunteer team

Our Management Team

  • Rita Kimmet
  • 2016 Switzerland Tanya Tulloch Our Chalet World Centre Manager
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Rita and Tanya

Rita Kimmet (UK) : Deputy World Centre Manager - Operations

Hi, my name is Rita and I have moved here from London to take up this position. I first volunteered at Our Chalet in 2016 on Ready Steady Go which is a week of getting Our Chalet Ready for the visitors, lots of cleaning and maintenance work. I met a fantastic group of women all doing the same thing and they are still friends now. It was a truly international group and we even had time off and were able to go on hikes to the woodcarvers and up Engstligenalp. I also came as a guest for the New Year’s Celebration at the end of 2016 and became even more attached to Our Chalet. So earlier this year when I was made redundant and was thinking of retiring I saw this position advertised! I thought why not! So I applied and was lucky enough to get the job. I am really looking forward to this adventure in one of my favourite places on the planet (and I have been to many places). Come and visit us and see for yourself!

Tanya Tulloch (USA) : World Centre Manager

I have been at Chalet since 2013, arriving from Beaverton, Oregon where I worked for Columbia River Girl Scout Council for 12 years as a manager. As a Girl Scout growing up in Kentucky I liked to participate in adventure activities like rappelling, hiking and camping. I have fallen in love with snow sports during my adult life in the Cascade Mountains.

The idea of reaching the mission of WAGGGS through the outdoor adventure and leadership experiences is what draws me to Our Chalet. My background is in camp management, volunteer development and strategic planning. I am proud to call Adelboden and the mountains of Switzerland home and look forward to sharing them with you.

Ray Davis (UK) : Deputy World Centre Manager - Programme

Long Term Staff

  • 2017_Switzerland_Rosie Greaves Guest Services Co-Ordinator
  • 2016 Switzerland Adrian Topic Grounds & Maintenance Assistant
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Rosie Greaves (UK) : Guest Services Coordinator

Hi I'm Rosie and I'm from from Cambridgeshire in the UK. In 2010 I was a Spring Volunteer here at Our Chalet. Since then, I have mostly been working in France, but have managed to make regular return visits. Now I'm very excited to be back in the Swiss Alps. I have been involved in Guiding since I was five. I continue to help out at my local Rainbow, Brownie and Guide meetings and events during my flying visits to the UK. In my free time, I enjoy horse riding and hiking, exploring new hiking routes as well as re-visiting my old favourites. In the winter I like to play in the snow and try to ski. I also enjoy exploring new cities and countries, trying new food and hopefully learning some of the local language along the way.

Adrian Topic (Slovenia) : Grounds and Maintenance Assistant

My name is Adrian and I come from Slovenia. Before working at Our Chalet I worked as a professional truck driver. I have always loved nature and the outdoors ever since I was a child, especially the forest. I was also a volunteer fire fighter over 15 years. I enjoy working at Our Chalet and discovering new things about the Swiss Alps every day.

Karin Josi-Pieren (Switzerland) : Bookkeeper


Grüessech (Hello)! I am Karin, the bookkeeper. I grew up in Adelboden and now live with my family here in the beautiful, refreshing Swiss Alps. I chose to work for Our Chalet because it's very lively and challenging. I am pleased to welcome you to Our Chalet and my home village. Have a nice stay!

Skippy Storrow (Switzerland) : Mouse catcher

2014 Switerland Skippy

Skippy is from Adelboden in the canton of Bern, Switzerland. Her Scouting experience is vast. She has spent much of her time at Our Chalet and is currently our longest serving staff member.

She loves to explore the grass, eat bugs and mice and protect the grounds from possible predators like marmots and slugs. In her free time she enjoys sleeping in the sunshine or a cardboard box on someone's desk.


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