Meet Our Featured Bloggers

Check the SPS blog every Wednesday to hear from these global adventurers.

Meet Christy

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Christy Campbell is still working on her definition of “home” as she resettles every so often on a new continent. She’s currently in pursuit of discovering the best taco in Mexico and is passionate about wool socks and college football. You can find her ramblings on Lane Letters where she’s working to build a community of like-minded adventurers.

Currently located in: Mexico

Word for 2015: Personal

Read Christy’s blog posts on the first Wednesday of each month.

 

Meet Sabrina

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Sabrina Ziegler’s life has always had the global in it in various forms; holding dual citizenship, being the child of immigrant parents, living abroad, studying abroad, having cross-cultural relationships and working globally. Sabrina is Chief Awareness Creator at Authentizen.com where she offers webinars, e-courses, coaching & consulting on creating global awareness in your business and life.

Currently located in: Canada

Word for 2015: Connect

Read Sabrina’s blog posts on the second Wednesday of each month.

Meet Deidra

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Deidra Razzaque is a transformative travel coach, writer, artist, and educator. She believes that we thrive when we hold a vision and trust the process, and she aims to make her work and her life a catalyst for intercultural connection and well-being. Since she was a child, Deidra has been in love with travel, beauty, the stories we tell, and the ways we create positive change in ourselves and in the world. Find her at At Home in the World.

Currently located in: the US

Word for 2015: Joy

Read Deidra’s blog posts on the third Wednesday of each month.

 

Meet Carrie

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After studying, interning, teaching, and working abroad, Carrie now works tirelessly to help young adults pursue similar meaningful travel related goals. She’s a firm advocate in using international experiences as a foundation for building lifelong global citizenship. Coming home can be the most difficult part, and as Editor-in-Chief of Life After Study Abroad, she helps students who’ve studied abroad manage re-entry with resources and opportunities to go abroad again.

Currently located in: the US

Word for 2015: Limitless