However, in 2013, when her husband pursued a career opportunity in Norway, she discovered that change and transition has an emotional impact.
One particular day, the change that she unknowingly embraced was that she was about to go from being a victim of change and transition to a student of it. In the days and weeks that followed, she couldn’t shake this annoyingly persistent curiosity about all the change and transition around her. The questions wouldn’t stop.
How many other people felt as lost as she did because they experienced a big, life-sized change that they had to transitions into?
This is where her journey begain. Since then she’s helped hunderds of people, power couples and families intentionally navigate the change and transiiton in their life in order to live their best life.
Her unconventional and innovative views on transitioning abroad have empowered people around the world to adapt and flourish in borderless socities while staying 100% true to themselves and their roots.
Alicia currently lives in the Bay Area with her husband.