We consider ourselves partners in school, family and community teams.  We have had the honor of meeting other people leading businesses aimed at supporting all global expat needs.  Meet some of our community.


Sea Change Mentoring,

Ellen Mahoney

Sea Change Mentoring provides consulting, professional development and program administration to international schools and organisations who are interested in building youth mentoring programming in to what they do. Sea Change Mentoring also matches global nomad, expat and third culture young people ages 16 to 23 with professional adults around the world who also grew up in international environments. They help young people identify the skills and insights they picked up overseas and apply them to their personal, academic and career goals. At the same time, they help kids develop networks and strategies to face some of the challenges that are specific to growing up global. 

Tandem Nomads

Amel Derragui

Tracey joined Amel on her podcast to discuss how to support children with special needs when moving abroad.  Click here to listen to the episode!

The Expat Lifeline

Rachel Yates

Rachel is the creator of The Expat LifeLine, helping expats live smarter, stronger and more secure international lives. She is passionate about tackling the realities of expat life and specializes in practical, powerful and independent strategies in place to make globally mobile life simpler, safer and saner.

You'll find all the information, tools and support you need in the extensive resources on offer: webinars, guides, live online workshops, and mastermind programs. It's also the home of the renowned Moving with Kids Summit and the upcoming Mastering the Move Program.

Her work has been featured on the BBC, the World Health Organization and Families in Global Transition.

Global Living Magazine

Global Living Magazine is a consumer publication catering to the expatriate community, worldwide.

Global Living Magazine features exclusive content for expats by expats, including articles on living and working abroad, expatriation and repatriation, Third Culture Kids, culture shock and adaptation, international business, world-class cities, travel, and more.

A must-read for the most discerning, jet-setting and savvy audiences, Global Living appeals to the sophisticated international consumer who lives, has lived, or may someday live outside their country of origin. The focus is on living in one or many destinations, with an insider’s perspective on living the best global life imaginable. The bi-monthly magazine provides readers with an exclusive look at global and expatriate living beyond what current regional publications can offer. Global Living Magazine is a truly unique window into the life of a privileged niche of world citizens.

Global Living Magazine is published six times per year.