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Expat Women: Success Story: Irmgard Lafrentz: President, Globalpress Connection
Irmgard Lafrentz
President, Globalpress Connection
 
Germany's Irmgard Lafrentz moved to Silicon Valley with stars in her eyes, hoping for a job with Cisco, Sun or Intel. With no job offer forthcoming, Irmgard started her own business as a global matchmaker between U.S. high technology companies and the international trade and business media. Now, her business turns over six (and sometimes seven) figures...
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Expat Women: Success Story: Terry Hawkins: Managing Director & International Speaker, Terry Hawkins Enterprizes; and Owner, People In Progress
Terry Hawkins
Managing Director & International Speaker, Terry Hawkins Enterprizes; and Owner, People In Progress
 
Twenty-two years ago, Australia's Terry Hawkins lost her job when her employer went into liquidation. But Terry refused to play the victim; she started what is now a multi-million dollar business, she became a US$15,000 a day speaker, and she recently moved with her two sons to the United States to further expand her thriving business and speaking career…
 
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Expat Women: Success Story: Zoë Yujnovich: President and CEO, Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC)
Zoë Yujnovich
President and CEO, Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC)
 
Australia's Zoë Yujnovich embodies 'corporate expat success story'. Zoë has served Rio Tinto for 16 years – including as President of Rio Tinto Brazil and as an advisor to the company's CEO, when she was based in London, United Kingdom. Currently a CEO in Canada, we talked to this talented mother of three, who has lived in eight countries...
 
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Expat Women: Success Story: Yvette Adams: The Creative Collective & Awards Hub
Yvette Adams
The Creative Collective & Awards Hub
 
New Zealander Yvette Adams is a multi-award winning business owner and serial entrepreneur, currently based in Australia. Despite being only 34 years old, Yvette has already started five businesses, and won the Commonwealth Business Owner of the Year at the Telstra Business Women's Awards in 2010 – against 4,200 entrants...
 
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Expat Women: Success Story: Kerry Bannigan: Co-Founder and CEO, Nolcha
Kerry Bannigan
Co-Founder and CEO, Nolcha
 
Inspired by the buzz of NYC, British born Kerry Bannigan left her corporate job to establish a business in the independent fashion industry. She applied her business know-how to co-found Nolcha, a company that helps designers market and expand their brands. She also developed Nolcha Fashion Week, The Ethical Fashion Preview, and more...
 
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Expat Women: Success Story: KiwiOz Nannies: Lisa Rutledge
Lisa Rutledge and Rachel Ogg
Co-Founders and Directors, KiwiOz Nannies
 
In 2000, New Zealanders Lisa Rutledge and Rachel Ogg conquered their entrepreneurial fears and resolved to join forces to start their own childcare business. The pair headed to London in 2001, and, inspired by the market they saw for a young, friendly company to place Australasian nannies in the United Kingdom, founded KiwiOz Nannies...
 
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Expat Women: Success Story: KiwiOz Nannies: Rachel Ogg
 
 
Expat Women: Success Story: Aurélie Gilles: Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)
Aurélie Gilles
Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)
 
Aurélie Gilles has defied many odds in her short lifetime. She is one of the 12 percent of Haitian youth who have completed high school, one of the 1.3 percent of Haitians who have completed a college degree, and she graduated from the Université de Pantheon-Sorbonne with honors whilst battling cancer. After completing a double master's degree and internship with the United Nations Development Programme, Aurélie now works with the Inter-American Development Bank to restructure Haiti and improve children's education...
 
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Expat Women: Success Story: Hinda Gharbi: XXXXX
Hinda Gharbi
President - Asia Pacific, Schlumberger
 
Hinda Gharbi is President of Schlumberger's Asia Pacific operations. Based in Kuala Lumpur, Hinda directs the operations of Schlumberger's portfolio of service and product offerings in the Asia Pacific region. Hinda is originally from Tunisia. She joined Schlumberger in 1996 as a wireline field engineer in Nigeria after earning a Master's Degree in Signal Processing and an Engineering Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble (INPG) in France...
 
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Expat Women: Success Story: Barbara Le Marrec: Chief Retail Officer, Starbucks Coffee Japan
Barbara Le Marrec
Chief Retail Officer, Starbucks Coffee Japan
 
Barbara Le Marrec, chief retail officer of Starbucks Coffee Japan and a member of the Starbucks Coffee International Leadership Team leads Retail Operations, Operations Services, Store Development, Store Planning, and Food Service for Starbucks Coffee Japan. Her responsibilities include oversight of the day to day operations and support of 920 stores...
 
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Expat Women: Success Story: Shabnam Rezaei: Big Bad Boo, Oznoz Entertainment & Persian Mirror
Shabnam Rezaei
Big Bad Boo Studios, Oznoz Entertainment & Persian Mirror
 
Shabnam speaks five languages, is the recipient of Canada's Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award, is the co-founder of both Big Bad Boo Studios (which produces multicultural content for kids) and Oznoz Entertainment (which distributes the content), as well as the creator of PersianMirror.com (an incredibly successful online magazine about Iranian culture)...
 
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Success Story: Karen Hastings: Cupcake
Karen Hastings
Cupcake
 
Karen Hastings is a savvy American entrepreneur in London who opened Cupcake – a concept spa and private member's club for mums-to-be and new mothers with young children. A Young Guns Award from Growing Business Magazine, a spot as one of the top 100 Start Ups in the UK, and rave reviews across major and local media have encouraged her to expand...
 
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Success Story: Bronwyn Bowery-Ireland - International Coach Academy
Bronwyn Bowery-Ireland
International Coach Academy
 
Making a bold move from Australia to China paid off for Bronwyn Bowery-Ireland, who was able to expand her modest coaching business into a million-dollar company: the International Coach Academy. Bronwyn leads this successful Shanghai-based organization which certifies and trains people all over the world to be professional coaches...
 
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Success Story: Raegan Moya-Jones  - CEO and Co-Founder, aden + anais
Raegan Moya-Jones
CEO and Co-Founder, aden + anais
 
When Raegan Moya-Jones left Australia for the United States, never did she expect to start a successful global business which would one day attract celebrity fans. Starting with simple muslin swaddling blankets, she has now grown aden + anais into an international brand...
 
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Success Story: Elaine Young - Shama
Elaine Young
CEO and Co-Founder, Shama
 
Elaine Young, mother of three, is a savvy expat entrepreneur based in Hong Kong. In 2009, Elaine was named the Entrepreneur of the Year by the prestigious RBS Coutts and Financial Times, Women in Asia Awards, and in 2010 she successfully sold her...
 
 
 
Expat Women: Success Story: Interviews: Karen van der Zee - Romance Novelist
Karen van der Zee
Romance Novelist
 
Long-time Dutch expat Karen van der Zee is without doubt, a writer's success story. She has had 35 romance novels published by Harlequin Books, as well as many stories from her globetrotting life in Africa, Asia, the Middle East...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Sarah Jewell - Managing Director, ALC Health
Sarah Jewell
Managing Director, ALC Health
 
Former expat in Hong Kong, Sarah Jewell, is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of ALC Health – a successful international health insurance provider which services many expatriate clients around the world...
 
 
 
Expat Women: Success Story: Interviews: Laura Stanbridge - Consultant, Marbella, Spain
Laura Stanbridge
Consultant, Marbella, Spain
 
Having moved abroad for her first job out of university, American Sarah Jewell has Criss-crossed the globe and now works as a consultant in Marbella, Spain, where she earned special recognition from the City of Marbella for her contributions...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda - General Secretary, World YWCA
Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda
General Secretary, World YWCA
 
An energetic champion of women 's rights, Zimbabwean Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda was appointed General Secretary of the General Secretary, World YWCA in November 2007, following ten years of strong advocacy experience with the United Nations...
 
 
 
Success Story: Interviews:  Toni Brendish - Managing Director, Danone Dumex (Malaysia)
Toni Brendish
Managing Director, Danone Dumex (Malaysia)
 
Toni Brendish is the Managing Director of Danone Dumex Sdn Bhd in Malaysia, part of Danone: a Fortune 500 company which is one of the most successful healthy food companies in the world. Toni is responsible for the Malaysian and Brunei businesses and oversees more than 450 people...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Alexandra Hendrickson - Executive Vice President, DHR International, Shanghai
Alexandra Hendrickson
Executive Vice President, DHR International, Shanghai
 
Alexandra Hendrickson serves as Executive Vice President in DHR International's Shanghai office, helping clients hire highly-qualified leaders for today's international marketplace. DHR International is the fifth largest retained executive search firm in the United States and has over 50 locations worldwide...
 
 
 
Success Story: Interviews:  Wendy Wilson - AngloINFO
Wendy Wilson
AngloINFO
South African Wendy Wilson left the film industry to move with her British-born husband Mike Hardaker to the French Riviera to start AngloINFO in September 2000. Run as a franchise business, AngloINFO now has 50 local websites worldwide, serving over 50 million pageviews per month...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Lynda Armstrong OBE FEI - Technical VP, Shell International
Lynda Armstrong OBE FEI
Technical VP, Shell International
 
Lynda Armstrong OBE FEI, awarded an Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 2003, has worked for Shell for more than 35 years in a variety of assignments around the world. Lynda's current position is Technical Vice President with Shell International, based in the Netherlands...
 
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Expat Women: Success Story: Interviews: Beverly Mayhew - Orientations
Beverly Mayhew
Orientations
 
Beverly Dwiggins Mayhew is the founder of Orientations and considered a pioneer of destination services in Asia Pacific.  A long-time devotee to the field of international human resources, Bev's company has offices in nine Asian Pacific countries...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Deanne de Vries - VP Africa Strategic Initiatives, Agility (Kuwait)
Deanne de Vries
VP Africa Strategic Initiatives, Agility (Kuwait)
 
Deanne De Vries is a career woman, a traveler and an adventurer. Born and raised in San Jose, California to Dutch parents, she has lived in Belgium, the Netherlands, Kenya, South Africa, the United States, the United Kingdom, Iraq and now Kuwait...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Debbie Travis - Television Star, Producer and Entrepreneur Extraordinaire
Debbie Travis
Television Star, Producer and Entrepreneur Extraordinaire
 
Once upon a time, Brit Debbie Travis modeled with celebrity supermodel Gail Elliott. Today, long-term expat Debbie Travis is a household name in Canada, famous for producing and hosting three successful lifestyle television series that now show worldwide...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Tess Johnston - Author, Researcher, Lecturer & Retired Diplomat
Tess Johnston
Author, Researcher, Lecturer & Retired Diplomat
 
More than 45 years ago, Tess Johnston left the security of her life in Virginia, United States, to become an American diplomat abroad. She spent seven years in Germany (both East and West), seven years for USAID in Vietnam during the war, then returned to the Foreign Service to live in India, France and China...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Michelle Greene - Johnson Controls
Michelle Greene
Johnson Controls
 
Michelle Greene is the IT Director at Johnson Controls.  She has also been honored as one of the Most Important Blacks in Technology (MIBiT). Michelle shares with us her career advice and talks about how her assignment in Sweden helped to get her to where she is today...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Nathalie Brotchi - Net Expat
Nathalie Brotchi
Net Expat
 
In 2000, Nathalie joined Net Expat as a partner. Today Nathalie manages a team of 300 HR consultants around the globe and ensures a smooth delivery of NET EXPAT services together with the Operations Team...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Eve Yen - Diamond Wipes International
Eve Yen
Diamond Wipes International
 
Eve Yen left Taiwan for the United States for her daughters' education. The next year, she started Diamond Wipes International in a small 1,700 square foot office space. Today, Eve's company produces more than one million wipes a day...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Elizabeth Perelstein - School Choice International
Elizabeth Perelstein
School Choice International
 
Liz Perelstein founded School Choice International, which now has 90 consultants in 50 locations worldwide. Liz also co–founded the British International School of New York, is a member of the WPO and was a semi–finalist in the 2009 International Women of Influence Awards...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Kim Edwards - Sea English Academy
Kim Edwards
Sea English Academy
 
Since 1979, Kim Edwards has worked and travelled across 59 nations, including disaster relief work in Iraq, Lebanon, the West Bank and Jordan. Now, she runs Sea English Academy International, which delivers training in more than 20 locations across 15 countries worldwide...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Suzanne Garber - International SOS Assistance
Suzanne Garber
International SOS Assistance
 
Suzanne Garber is a global nomad success story. She grew up in Spain, Mexico, Algeria, Egypt, the Dominican Republic and various US states, lived in Brazil when working as the Managing Director for FedEx in South America, and now looks after expats via her role with International SOS...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Barb de Corti - ENJO Australia
Barb de Corti
ENJO Australia
 
In the early 1990's, Barb de Corti, originally from Austria, turned microfiber into the hottest cleaning item to hit the Australian bench top. Her passion to turn Australia green earned her the position of Australia's wealthiest young female entrepreneur at the age of 40...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Stephanie White - Become
Stephanie White
Become
 
For 25 years, Stephanie White had been a top international marketing and branding executive, working in Australia, London, Paris, New York and Los Angeles. Now Stephanie runs her own million-dollar business and offers opportunity to women worldwide...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Anne Beitel - Executives Online
Anne Beitel
Executives Online
 
Since 2002, American Anne Beitel has been working for Executives Online in the UK - first as Marketing Director, and since January 2008, as Managing Director. In December 2008, she teamed with fellow directors to complete a management buy-out of Executives Online from its founder and majority shareholder...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Gry Tina Tinde - UNHCR
 
Gry Tina Tinde leads the UNHCR's Women Leading for Livelihoods (WLL) program, which aims to develop skills and business opportunities for refugee women, funded and guided by executive and philanthropic women worldwide...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Susan Au Allen - US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation
Susan Au Allen
US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation
 
Susan came to the United States from Hong Kong on an invitation from the White House. In 1999, she was named one of 25 most influential Asians in America and in 2008 she was named as one of US's top Diversity Advocates, among notables such as President William Clinton, President Jimmy Carter and Oprah Winfrey...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Graziella Zanoletti - Elite Rent-A-Car & Friends Of Humanity
Graziella Zanoletti
Elite Rent-A-Car & Friends Of Humanity
 
Italian-born Graziella Zanoletti started her luxury car hire and chauffeur service company Elite Rent-a-Car in 1987 and has built it today to a €20 million business, spanning seven countries, with sales representatives in 5 additional countries...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Pamela Skuse - Misión México Foundation
Pamela Skuse
Misión México Foundation
 
When Pamela and husband Alan left their safe haven of home to volunteer at an orphanage in Mexico for twelve months, never did they realise that eight years on, they would be running the orphanage and helping hundreds of Mexico's poorest children...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Carol Bellamy - World Learning
World Learning
 
Carol Bellamy assumed the leadership of World Learning in May 2005, having completed ten years as executive director of UNICEF, the children's agency of the United Nations. Prior to joining UNICEF, Carol was Director of the United States Peace Corps...
 
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Success Story: Interviews:  Margaret Adamson - Ambassador to Cambodia
Margaret Adamson
Ambassador to Cambodia
 
Margaret is a senior career officer of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Prior to becoming Australia's Ambassador to Cambodia, she also served abroad in Warsaw, Berlin, Bonn, Hanoi and Vienna, as well as in various senior positions in Australia...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Herta von Stiegel - Finance Leader
Herta von Stiegel
Finance Leader
 
Born in Transylvania, Herta has spent her adult life in the US and the UK. She has an impressive track record in the finance industry and together with her partners, has just launched Ariya Capital Group, a fund management firm focusing on sustainable investments in Africa...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Diane Gulyas - DuPont Dynamo
Diane Gulyas
DuPont Dynamo
 
Dianne Gulyas runs DuPont's largest business unit – a US$7 billion operation, with a 7,500-strong global team. It's no wonder that Fortune magazine named her as one of their 50 Most Powerful Women. She attributes her accelerated success to working abroad...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Paula Lucas - American Domestic Violence Crisis Line
Paula Lucas
American Domestic Violence Crisis Line
 
Paula lived what looked like an ideal life in the UAE: A Newsweek photojournalist husband, worldwide travel, a successful business and beautiful sons. But in reality, she was trapped by domestic violence. Finally her chance to escape materialized, thanks to a thief...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Anna Catalano - Senior Board Executive
Anna Catalano
Senior Board Executive
 
In 2001, Fortune Magazine crowned Anna Catalano as one of the most powerful women in international business. At the time, she was in London serving as a Group Vice President, Marketing, for BP. These days, Anna serves on several high-profile Boards...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Lyndall Sachs - Ambassador to Lebanon
Lyndall Sachs
Ambassador to Lebanon
 
Lyndall is currently Australia's Ambassador to Lebanon. Before joining the Australian foreign service, Lyndall worked for the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in London, Goma (formerly Zaire) and Belgrade.

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Success Story: Interviews:  Stacie Nevadomski Berdan - PR Go-Getter
Stacie Nevadomski Berdan
PR Go-Getter
 
Stacie Nevadomski Berdan is a real success story of working abroad.  She went from a vice president position at Burson-Marstellar, one of the world's leading public relations firms, to global managing director after a three-year stint in Asia.  She then worked in-house for Unilever, before co-writing ‘Get Ahead By Going Abroad' and now establishing herself as a successful author, speaker and consultant.

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Success Story: Interviews:  Sharyn Minahan - Ambassador to Denmark, Norway and Iceland
Sharyn Minahan
Ambassador to Denmark, Norway and Iceland
 
Sharyn is Australia's current Ambassador to Denmark, Norway and Iceland. Prior to Denmark, she served in Buenos Aires (1995-96), Madrid (1988-92), Paris (1981-85), Santiago de Chile, Mexico City and in Canberra, Australia.

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Success Story: Interviews:  Amy Smilovic - Tibi Entrepreneur
Amy Smilovic
Tibi Entrepreneur
 
Amy Smilovic started Tibi in 1997 when her husband was transferred to Hong Kong. She had a choice-- report to her husband at American Express or start her own business. She chose the latter! Tibi fashions are now found in over 200 specialty stores and upscale department stores around the world.

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Success Story: Interviews:  Gail Elliott - Celebrity Supermodel
Gail Elliott
Celebrity Supermodel
 
Gail Elliott's first expat experience as a model in Japan, strutting the global catwalks for famous designers and gracing magazine covers such as Vogue, Bazaar and Elle. She considers Cindy Crawford, Elle Macpherson and Helena Christensen her good friends. And now she's busy with her own fashion label...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Glenda Stone - Founder and CEO of Aurora
Glenda Stone
Founder and CEO of Aurora
 
Glenda Stone is a shining example of a successful expat woman who created a profitable women-focused business abroad. Glenda won BusinessWeek's Business Vision Award in 2004, was awarded Pioneer of the Nation by HM the Queen in 2003 and won European Businesswoman of the Year in 2002.

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Expat Women: Success Story: Interviews: Jo Parfitt - Journalist, Author and Publisher
Jo Parfitt
Journalist, Author and Publisher
 
Jo Parfitt is a successful journalist and author. She has written more than 20 books on subjects ranging from careers, through computers to cookery, helps others to achieve their publishing dreams, is founder of The Book Cooks, speaks at conferences about life on the Expat Rollercoaster, owns her own publishing company (Summertime Publishing) and is in charge of publishing for the Outpost Archive

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Success Story: Interviews:  Kathleen van de Wilk-Carlton - Permits Foundation
Kathleen van de Wilk-Carlton
Permits Foundation
 
Kathleen van der Wilk-Carlton is the director of Permits Foundation, a non-profit corporate initiative to persuade governments to relax work permit regulations for expatriate partners. Her interest in dual career support grew from 1995 when she set up the Shell Group's....

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Success Story: Interviews:  Nancy Reisig - Corporate Expat Chennai, India
Nancy Reisig
Corporate Expat Chennai, India
 
Nancy Reisig is currently the Vice President, Human Resources, for Ford in Chennai, India. She took this position in 2005, after years of dedication to Ford and Auto Alliance International. Earlier in her career, she was the first woman to manage a U.S. state trade office in Japan.

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Success Story: Interviews:  Katherine Song - Expat / Repat & President of EPWS Shanghai
Katherine Song
Expat / Repat & President of EPWS Shanghai
 
Katherine Song is the Project Manager and Site Leader of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Airplane Programs in Shanghai. Prior to this assignment, Katherine has worked in various positions in Boeing in Seattle WA, supporting functions across Finance, Sales & Marketing, Engineering and Supply Chain Management.

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Success Story: Interviews:  Kristin Engvig - WIN Mastermind
Kristin Engvig
WIN Mastermind
 
Kristin Engvig is the networking genius behind W.I.N. (Women's International Networking) - the group that has brought together more than 4,000 professionals from 70 countries since it was established in 1998, when Norwegian...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Virginia Anderson - Property Tycoon
Virginia Anderson
Property Tycoon
 
Virginia Anderson and her husband Chris, arrived in Australia from New Zealand in 1991, with a AU$1400 loan and the dream of a better life abroad. Today, the couple are worth AU$35 million and are...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Andrea Bruce - Photographer of the Year
Andrea Bruce
Photographer of the Year
 
Andrea Bruce has been a photojournalist with the Washington Post since 2001. Andrea lived in Iraq for 18 months and has traveled in Kashmir, Pakistan, Iraq, and Beirut (among other places) doing was she does best, taking pictures ...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Laura Lee - Fashionista to the Stars
Laura Lee
Fashionista to the Stars
 
Laura switched from Corporate Executive to Fashionista to the Stars, after her expat experience in Asia changed her forever.

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Success Story: Interviews:  Debbie Jenkins - Queen of Reinvention
Debbie Jenkins
Queen of Reinvention
 
Debbie's courage to reinvent herself over and over, and to take risks in search of her passion and desired lifestyle, serves as a true inspiration...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Kristina Bouweiri - Limousine Legend
Kristina Bouweiri
Limousine Legend
 
Kristina started with only 5 limos. Today they have 250 employees, 130 vehicles and they are now the 28th largest limousine service in the US...

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Success Story: Interviews:  Cornelia Zicu - Beauty Guru in NYC
Cornelia Zicu
Beauty Guru in NYC
 
Too busy at this moment for a massage or a facial? Get a mental pick-me-up from Cornelia Zicu's inspirational story...

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