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Karla Fraser’s expat life began 15 years ago when she merged her passion for global adventures and her international affairs background. Fraser’s professional career includes twenty (20) years in higher education, of which ten (10) have been international. She also has two (2) years of experience in corporate conference planning.
To date, her expat story includes being a third culture kid (TCK) who has lived in seven countries, including the USA. Fraser have worked in six countries, being a digital businesentrepreneur while long-term visiting three others and traveling to 50+ others for tourism, cultural exploration, and life enrichment.
She transitioned into international higher education in 2007 with her first position in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Since then, Fraser has lived and loved my expat life with a two-year return stateside. She enjoys strategically working with her friends and colleagues who aspired to join expatriate life.
Karla Fraser - Bio
to teach and build resilience in her students. She is committed to having consent and boundary conversations with my students and helping counselors and schools bring consent lessons to their schools. She also believes in the healing power of an apology
Cheryl-Ann Weekes, M.Ed. - Bio
Throughout her career, Erin has sought to support students, staff, and parents to thrive in an inclusive school environment where learning is at the center. As a Third Culture Kid herself, Erin appreciated the opportunity to grow up in diverse environments Outside of schools, Erin loves spending time exploring with her family; local and global service; and curling up with a good book.