|Date of Birth:||
October 13th, 1940
|Place of Birth:|
5 feet, 10 inches.
Founder and chairwoman of Carmarthen International
History of Christianity across Scotland.
Aileen Grey is the founder and chairwoman of Carmarthen International.
Born on the Isle of Lewis in 1940, Aileen was the first woman elected leader of the community of the Isle of Iona, an island in the inner-hebrides of Scotland that once served as the main seat of learning of the Celtic Druid Magi in Scotland, the main capital seat of the Druids. Her focus following her election was the restoration of Iona Abbey, the cradle of Christianity in Scotland, an effort met with exuberance by Iona's devout Christian residents.
Aileen is an ordained minister who served as Iona’s spiritual leader, a role that put her in charge of the community’s spiritual welfare. As a historian, she has authored many books that detail the history of Iona, starting with its use as Pagan Druid holy land, and closing with its transformation into Saint Columba’s Evangelism Ministry.
As her health has deteriorated in recent years, she has faded from the public eye and entrusted the operations of her corporation to her son, Laurence Grey.