The people of Cadenhead’s

Jenna McIntosh

Export Sales Manager

Jenna has lived in Campbeltown all her life and started working for the company in 2009. She has held many different roles between then and now, originally starting as an office junior before working as an office administrator for J&A Mitchell, then Springbank Distillers, then finally finding her way to the Cadenhead’s office. Previously serving as a Sales Executive responsible for the Cadenhead’s shops and then taking charge of Cadenhead.shop, she is now our Export Sales Manager.

Cameron McGeachy

General Manager

Cameron joined the company in the spring of 2015 and was the Assistant Manager of the Campbeltown shop for just over 2 years before transferring to the Sales Team. Originally a Sales Executive with responsibility for our international markets, excluding countries where we have shops in place, he now serves as Cadenhead’s General Manager. A native of Campbeltown, Cameron regularly travels the world for us spreading the word (and whisky) of Cadenhead’s.

Jess Morkel

Retail Administration Co-ordinator

Jess joined Cadenhead’s in March 2017 and immediately settled into her first role as office administrator, a role that came with a multitude of responsibilities that have only expanded since her switch to Retail Administration Co-ordinator. Her work behind the scenes ensures that the operations of Cadenhead’s run as smoothly as possible and that our whisky, rum, gin and more(!) arrive at where they are supposed to be. Her days are also filled with regular contact with our Cadenhead’s shops. Originally from Cheshire, England, she moved to Campbeltown in 2012.

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