When searching for people to feature in my expat story series, I'm always excited to learn about successful expats who support the expat community.
Being an expat myself, I know the importance of having service providers who understand the unique challenges of expat life and are dedicated to help other expats overcome them.
Often it is not enough to just have the training and expertise to effectively solve a problem. Being able to properly address a challenge sometimes requires first hand experience and an understanding of that particular environment and ecosystem - especially when trying to find creative and sustainable solutions to situations with ever-changing and moving parts.
There are many challenges that expat families face as they move around the globe - raising children being one of the biggest. The expat community is fortunate to have a tremendous resource to support them in that journey - Rebecca Grappo.
Becky Grappo is one of those people who has the powerful combination of extensive training and personal experience - as well as a long history of success supporting expat families and their 'third culture kids' and 'global nomads' worldwide.
Becky was kind enough to take some time to share about her story both as an expat and also as a successful portable business owner. So without further ado...