Megan Norton

Intercultural Communication Coach and Third Culture Kid Mentor

http://www.adultthirdculturekidblog.com

Megan Norton is an intercultural training specialist and researcher focusing on trends in transnational higher education and its influence on intercultural relations. As the daughter of a former U.S. diplomat, Megan identifies as a Global Nomad (and Adult Third Culture Kid); and with her extensive international experience, she has a global perspective and demonstrates cross-cultural sensitivity. She has lived in ten countries (South Africa, South Korea, Japan, Israel, Germany, Austria, Greece, Hungary, Poland, USA), 5 US states (Virginia, Florida, South Carolina, Michigan, Washington D.C.), and has visited over 30 countries. The thematic focus of both her two graduate degree coursework and professional experience has been Third Culture Kid research, intercultural communication, marketing, transnational education research, and intercultural relations. Her expertise as an intercultural trainer combined with her experience in international education has enabled her to design socio-emotional and educational programming tailored to globally mobile students/third culture kids.

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A Mother’s Day Reflection on Roots, Relationships, and Rituals
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Grounded by My Mother to be Grown in Adulthood Freedom

by Megan Norton
Thanks to my parents for their unconditional love and support throughout my university journeys.
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5 Questions to Ask (again) to your University-Aged Third Culture Kid

by Megan Norton
"I'll draw them because I can't wear them" - Graphite Rendering by Megan Norton
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Your Point of View Creates Your Reality

by Megan Norton
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COVID-19 Values Exposed

by Megan Norton
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Walk 10 Thousand Steps and Then 1,000 More

by Megan Norton

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