Tanya Crossman is the author of Misunderstood: The Impact of Growing Up Overseas in the 21st Century.
Tanya has spent 14 years working with, and advocating for, Third Culture Kids (TCKs). Her research focuses on TCKs born after 1985 – those who grew up in the internet age. If this topic is new to you (or even if it isn’t!) a good place to begin exploring is Tanya’s explanation of what “Third Culture” is and why it matters to expat children – read it here.
Following publication of Misunderstood in August 2016 Tanya has been sought after internationally as a speaker and consultant. She offers a range of seminars aimed at international communities, especially international school students, teachers, parents, and support staff. Click here for more information on seminars, workshops, and consulting.
You can also read more of Tanya’s insights into expatriate and Third Culture life on her blog. You can start with the most popular posts, see lists of articles arranged by topic, or simply check out her latest posts.