Jeanne’s love of exploring the world has taken her to many parts of the globe. She has traveled extensively in Africa (including Kenya, Ghana, Gambia, Togo, Benin, Ivory Coast and South Africa), through Europe and the Middle East (France, Spain, England, Belgium, Athens, the Greek Islands, Istanbul and Kudasha, and Turkey), as well as Egypt. The Hawaiian Islands, Bermuda and the Caribbean, where she has enjoyed the islands of St. Maarten/St. Martin, St. Thomas, St. Lucia, Antigua, Barbados, Bahamas and Grand Cayman.
Jeanne is a Certified International Tour Director. She graduated from Harvard University where she studied Psychology and Social Policy. As a licensed social worker, her varied background includes years as a psychology and counseling professor at Cambridge College, as well as roles in public relations and communications for government agencies, non-profit organizations and community-based programs. She serves on several community-related boards including the Dudley Square Main Streets Association, the Shirley Eustis House Preservation Association, and the Newmarket Business Association.