Joint Book Launch of This Messy Mobile Life: How a MOLA Can Help Globally Mobile Families Create a Life by Design
Please join Santa Fe Relocation and Mariam Ottimofiore in an intimate session to discuss how This Messy Mobile Life can be an integral tool in helping families acclimate and flourish in their global mobile lives.
Date : Thursday, 2nd May, 2019
Time : 9:00 am – 11:00am
Location: Tania’s Teahouse
The book will also be available for purchase at the launch and Mariam will be happy to sign a copy for you.
This Messy Mobile Life helps global families make sense and order of their colourful yet messy lives. A combination of personal reflection, expert advice from several globally recognized subject matter experts and practical exercises guide you effortlessly through what can often be an overwhelming experience to find one’s footing in a new country.
The learning in this book support HR and global mobility specialists, international schools and bilingual/multilingual educators in providing assistance to help international families thrive. It’s exciting to see how the philosophy of this book fits with Santa Fe Relocation’s audience and values as we provide advice to global mobility specialists to enable a positive employee and family experience as part of their international mobile career.
Mariam Navaid Ottimofiore is a Pakistani expat author, writer, researcher and economist. When she was 19 years old, she left her home in Karachi with a blue suitcase and a one-way ticket to Boston. She has lived in nine countries as an expat child and an expat adult: The Kingdom of Bahrain, the United States, Pakistan, the United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates and Ghana. 17 years and four continents later, her life on the move is messy. Mariam shares her survey based research, insight and creative tools to help guide expatriates living in a multicultural home and setting.