I know all about your challenges!
As a multi-expatriate for 28 years, I have experienced many personal and professional transitions, whether imposed or desired. I’ve also experienced 4 professional reconversions and a return to my home country for a few years.
I worked for 3 years in development aid and over 10 years with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), including 8 years in emergency contexts and 2 years at Headquarters. I’m very familiar with the realities and challenges of your life as a humanitarian.
I’ve also taken on the role of expatriate spouse, a status often misunderstood and not at all valued, even though it involves many professional and personal challenges.
Since 2014, I have been a certified Life & Career Transition Coach, certified in Resilience, Positive Psychology, Emotional & Social Intelligence and trained in Burnout Prevention and Post-Burnout professional guidance.
I have developed 3 programs adapted to the needs of expatriate spouses and humanitarian aid workers willing to create positive changes in their lives and succeed in their professional and personal transitions.
I also support humanitarian organizations and international companies willing to support their employees in their career transitions and development, and the expatriation spouses of their employees in their professional and personal transitions abroad or when returning home.