Fish Farm Manager at MacLean’s Nose, Watch Commander for local fireteam, Deputy Officer for the coastguard team, Chair of the Community Council, a crofter and a mum of three – meet Rosie Curtis, a formidable woman we are proud to have on our team. 

Rosie has been with us for 23 years. Encouraged to apply for a job by her brother and husband, who both worked for Mowi, Rosie has worked her way up to become manager and has never looked back. 

As somebody who was born and raised on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, returning in later life, Rosie has experienced first-hand how important a large employer like Mowi is to small rural communities. By providing employment, communities and everything that makes a community, can thrive. In her words: 

“For us as a community having Mowi here is fantastic because if we didn’t have Mowi then we wouldn’t have a fire team and there’s also a few of us in the coastguard team too. It’s really important for small rural communities, not just Ardnamurchan, every community that Mowi is in has got coastguard, fireteam, lifeboats, mountain rescue, so it is vital for communities like ours to have employers like Mowi.” 

A farmer through and through, Rosie is proud to farm Scottish salmon and wears her Mowi logo with pride.