Category Archives: Events for Growing Up Global

Reflections on MAIS ROME 2019 Conference

I’m back home, tired and happy, after spending the last few days in Rome for the Mediterranean Association of International Schools annual conference. I wanted to make a THANK YOU tweet, but realized I had too much to say and to process for a tweet to do it justice. I gave four workshop sessions plus…

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Summary/Examples of Speaking Engagements & Trainings from Fall 2019

People have been asking about some of my speaking engagements, work with teachers and training programs this fall. Themes I speak about generally examine global, cultural and racial competence – and particularly how these intersect. Here’s a sampling of some of the topics, venues and formats: The school year and launch of Global Kids kicked off…

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Global Kids is HERE!!

My long-awaited, labor of love project, Global Kids (created with a team of dedicated, thoughtful, diligent women) is finally HERE!! I’ll be be sharing more about the many amazing people who offered thoughtful contributions from their cultures and fields of expertise, as well as behind-the-scenes lessons we learned and take-aways parents and educators can use…

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Notre Dame Academy – growing globally!

It’s been great working with Notre Dame Academy’s Center for Global Leadership as an adviser to their growing program; I’ve really enjoyed getting to know their staff, students and parent community. The collaboration between diverse interests at this all-girls school to advance global competence serves as a great model for how schools with even a modest…

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Barefoot Books – CELEBRATE 25 Years of Meaningful, Beautiful Stories

Barefoot celebration

I’ve been honored to befriend and work with Barefoot Books over the past year. I’m inspired by the sincerity with which the entire team, led by Barefoot’s courageous and wise founder, Nancy Traversy, approaches their work, from publishing gorgeous, globally-inspired titles like The Barefoot Book of Children, their World Atlas, and countless stories. So, I’m…

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