Expatriation "Blog: The Mobile Life"
I began moving internationally at the age of four. My father’s job as a Canadian diplomat took us to Hong Kong, the United States and Brazil. As an adult I have lived and worked in Canada, China, the UK, Mozambique, the Republic of Congo, Vietnam, the Netherlands and Nigeria. My first language was French (from Quebec) but my schooling was done entirely in English. Along the way I also picked up Portuguese and Dutch.


A Job Abroad Xpat Journal

A New Life in the Netherlands Holland Handbook article chapter 1

Home Leave and Expatriation; a Christmas story The Hague Online

International Companies; expatriation policy trends The Hague Online

Who is an expat? It depends on who wants to know The Hague Online

Expat Scene in the Netherlands ACCESS Magazine

Relocating with special children Destination Magazine

But where is home? Children and repatriation Destinations Magazine Sept 2003 p18

Have Job Must Travel Destinations Magazine March 2003 p 20

Global Nomads on the move Destinations Magazine June 2004 p 24

The expat bubble Destinations Magazine June 2005

Special Children in the Netherlands Roundabout Magazine June/July 2006

Education Matters Part 1 & Part 2; Shell's IPC programme Destinations Magazine

Expat gems are jewel in charity’s crown Weekly Telegraph Oct 18-24 2006

The Hidden Danger of a Trip Back 'Home' Expatica.com

Intercultural Training Overview Xpat Journal Autumn issue 2007

I contributed two chapters to The Source Book: an expatriate social history 1927-2007. Shell lives unshelled

The Expat Kaleidescope; Shell’s expatriation trends Destinations Dec 2001