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(A)broad in Education is a podcast that unpacks the international suitcase through interviews with Edpats. Edpats are expatriates working in education and living in some of the most beautiful places around the globe.

Latest Episodes

Season 2: Episode 20: Season 2 Compilation

In this episode, Tiffany Lachelle compiles a short compilation of the 19 episodes within season 2. As she prepares to conduct data collection for her dissertation study in the United Arab Emirates, which focuses on African American expatriate educational professionals in the UAE, she reflects on the notion of remembering and how each of these episodes, in completely different ways, support this notion of taking time to reflect on the lived experience. Show Notes: If you are an African American currently living abroad, be sure to take the #WEGLOBAL survey about African Americans abroad. You can access the survey at https://www.aalivingabroad.org/leadership.html.(A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Royalty Free Music from BensoundWant to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge.

10 MIN2 w ago
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Season 2: Episode 20: Season 2 Compilation

Season 2: Episode 19: Teaching Abroad as a Stepping Stone for Career Transitions- EDpat Maxine in China

The guest on the podcast this week is EDpat Maxine who worked for three years as a foreign language teacher and English lecturer in China. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Rochester, she then decided to explore international routes. In this episode, Maxine shares how she used study abroad and teaching abroad as stepping stones to further her educational career. After speaking with her recently, she announced that she is currently pursuing a MS in Applied Statistics at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Show Notes: Benjamine A. Gilman International Scholarship Program https://www.iie.org/programs/gilman-scholarship-program Institute for the International Education of Students (IES Abroad) https://www.iesabroad.org The Consortium https://cgsm.org Since 1966, we have offered more than $390 million in fellowships to the best and brightest students in the country. We have programs that cover full tuition and mandatory fees for two years of full-time study. (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Bensound music Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge. SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES:MaxineIG: Gemini_max_nyFacebook: Max Blackwell

33 MINNOV 5
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Season 2: Episode 19: Teaching Abroad as a Stepping Stone for Career Transitions- EDpat Maxine in China

Season 2: Episode 18: Married Abroad While Teaching Other People’s Children: Repatriation with EDpat Nicki

american schools abroad, repatriation, Black women in international education, Morocco, teaching other peoples children, married abroad, long distant relationships abroad

52 MINOCT 22
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Season 2: Episode 18: Married Abroad While Teaching Other People’s Children: Repatriation with EDpat Nicki

Season 2: Episode 17: Two Friends of an EDpat: Shereece and Ashley in Minnesota

ESHOW NOTES: The following episode is an extension to the previous episode, Dear Friends of EDpats. In this episode, Two Friends of an EDpat, Tiffany Lachelle sat down with two of her childhood dear friends, Shereece and Ashley, during their visit to MinneSNOWta (Minnesota). During the discussion, the three of them spoke about the depth of their friendship and how they managed to sustain the relationship during Tiffany Lachelle's EDpat journey. A theme of "perspective in time and space" surfaced during this conversation and each of them learned new things about each other as they (un)packed the dynamics of their EDpat friendship. SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES: Shereece: Facebook- Nichole Shereece Ashley: IG- Plainjane007 (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, The music is by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge.

34 MINOCT 8
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Season 2: Episode 17: Two Friends of an EDpat: Shereece and Ashley in Minnesota

Season 2: Episode 16: Dear Friends of EDpats: Mini Episode with Tiffany Lachelle

SHOW NOTES:In this solo episode, Tiffany shares a message with friends of EDpats-- friends who possess close relationships and ties with expatriated and repatriated EDpats. Many might not understand the complexities of what it means to leave behind the familiar to embark upon international journeys in education. Based on her personal opinions and experiences, listen as Tiffany shares six suggestions about how to sustain relationships with EDpats.(A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge.

35 MINSEP 24
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Season 2: Episode 16: Dear Friends of EDpats: Mini Episode with Tiffany Lachelle

Season 2: Episode 15: Brooklyn in Paris: EDpat Carla Whyte in Liberia, Guinea, and Paris

SHOW NOTES: In this episode, Carla, an EDpat from Brooklyn, NY, discusses her experience living in Paris, Liberia and other countries in Africa and Asia. Listen as she (un)packs her experience! (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge. SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES: Carla Whyte~ Instagram: cam_newtondaley

69 MINSEP 10
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Season 2: Episode 15: Brooklyn in Paris: EDpat Carla Whyte in Liberia, Guinea, and Paris

Season 2: Episode 14: Don’t Talk to Nobody Outside the Crew- Mini Episode with Tiffany Lachelle

In this solo mini-episode, Tiffany Lachelle travels back to Morocco to reflect on an interesting birthday experience. Listen, as she shares a story that began as a harmless birthday celebration and later stemmed into a valuable life lesson: Don’t Talk to Nobody Outside of the Crew! (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud.Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge. Download (A)Broad in Education- The Podcast- where ever you get your favorite podcasts!

15 MINAUG 27
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Season 2: Episode 14: Don’t Talk to Nobody Outside the Crew- Mini Episode with Tiffany Lachelle

Season 2: Episode 13: Redefining First Gen: EDpat Whitney-Amanda in Dubai

ESHOW NOTES: Six degrees of separation has nothing on the conversation between Whitney and I. We met over Facebook from a post where I inquired about African American EDpats living in the UAE. While conversing, I asked, “Do you know this person”… “Yes, we went to the same HBCU and had the same professor.” “Do you know this person?” “Yes, and a few people that I attended school with also live and work here in Dubai.” I left this episode with the following thought: The deeper you go into the unfamiliar, the more familiar things become. Whether people, places, customs, or traditions, through travel, you can always find pieces of yourself around the globe. (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Mentioned Book: Black Identities: West Indian Immigrant Dreams and American Realities by Mary C. Waters Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Br...

67 MINAUG 13
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Season 2: Episode 13: Redefining First Gen: EDpat Whitney-Amanda in Dubai

Season 2: Episode 12: Mirror Talkin' in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates with EDpat Darielle

SHOW NOTES: One of my top five strengths from Strengths Finder is connectedness. However, the way that this strength shows up in my life, looks completely different from the way that it shows up in Darielle's! Darielle, this week's podcast guest, is an EDpat who works as a primary school teacher in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE. She previously worked in Atlanta, Georgia and in South Korea before landing in the Arabian desert. Listen to Darielle as she (un)packs her EDpat journey in this episode. (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge. Social Media HandlesInstagram: usumthnelseFacebook: Darielle Jordan Day

39 MINJUL 30
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Season 2: Episode 12: Mirror Talkin' in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates with EDpat Darielle

Season 2 Episode 11: I Had to go to Two Countries to Get my Hair Done

The first question that many Black women ask before traveling or moving abroad is, “what hair care products will I need to bring with me?” In this solo mini-episode, Tiffany mentally travels back to Morocco to reflect on the complexity of taking care of her hair while abroad. While Tiffany was prepared with hair-care products, she found herself unprepared for the change of environment. After a self-diagnosis of scalp psoriasis, she had no choice but to get a little creative in order to overcome her hair issues abroad. (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud.

15 MINJUL 16
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Season 2 Episode 11: I Had to go to Two Countries to Get my Hair Done

Latest Episodes

Season 2: Episode 20: Season 2 Compilation

In this episode, Tiffany Lachelle compiles a short compilation of the 19 episodes within season 2. As she prepares to conduct data collection for her dissertation study in the United Arab Emirates, which focuses on African American expatriate educational professionals in the UAE, she reflects on the notion of remembering and how each of these episodes, in completely different ways, support this notion of taking time to reflect on the lived experience. Show Notes: If you are an African American currently living abroad, be sure to take the #WEGLOBAL survey about African Americans abroad. You can access the survey at https://www.aalivingabroad.org/leadership.html.(A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Royalty Free Music from BensoundWant to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge.

10 MIN2 w ago
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Season 2: Episode 20: Season 2 Compilation

Season 2: Episode 19: Teaching Abroad as a Stepping Stone for Career Transitions- EDpat Maxine in China

The guest on the podcast this week is EDpat Maxine who worked for three years as a foreign language teacher and English lecturer in China. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Rochester, she then decided to explore international routes. In this episode, Maxine shares how she used study abroad and teaching abroad as stepping stones to further her educational career. After speaking with her recently, she announced that she is currently pursuing a MS in Applied Statistics at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Show Notes: Benjamine A. Gilman International Scholarship Program https://www.iie.org/programs/gilman-scholarship-program Institute for the International Education of Students (IES Abroad) https://www.iesabroad.org The Consortium https://cgsm.org Since 1966, we have offered more than $390 million in fellowships to the best and brightest students in the country. We have programs that cover full tuition and mandatory fees for two years of full-time study. (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Bensound music Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge. SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES:MaxineIG: Gemini_max_nyFacebook: Max Blackwell

33 MINNOV 5
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Season 2: Episode 19: Teaching Abroad as a Stepping Stone for Career Transitions- EDpat Maxine in China

Season 2: Episode 18: Married Abroad While Teaching Other People’s Children: Repatriation with EDpat Nicki

american schools abroad, repatriation, Black women in international education, Morocco, teaching other peoples children, married abroad, long distant relationships abroad

52 MINOCT 22
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Season 2: Episode 18: Married Abroad While Teaching Other People’s Children: Repatriation with EDpat Nicki

Season 2: Episode 17: Two Friends of an EDpat: Shereece and Ashley in Minnesota

ESHOW NOTES: The following episode is an extension to the previous episode, Dear Friends of EDpats. In this episode, Two Friends of an EDpat, Tiffany Lachelle sat down with two of her childhood dear friends, Shereece and Ashley, during their visit to MinneSNOWta (Minnesota). During the discussion, the three of them spoke about the depth of their friendship and how they managed to sustain the relationship during Tiffany Lachelle's EDpat journey. A theme of "perspective in time and space" surfaced during this conversation and each of them learned new things about each other as they (un)packed the dynamics of their EDpat friendship. SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES: Shereece: Facebook- Nichole Shereece Ashley: IG- Plainjane007 (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, The music is by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge.

34 MINOCT 8
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Season 2: Episode 17: Two Friends of an EDpat: Shereece and Ashley in Minnesota

Season 2: Episode 16: Dear Friends of EDpats: Mini Episode with Tiffany Lachelle

SHOW NOTES:In this solo episode, Tiffany shares a message with friends of EDpats-- friends who possess close relationships and ties with expatriated and repatriated EDpats. Many might not understand the complexities of what it means to leave behind the familiar to embark upon international journeys in education. Based on her personal opinions and experiences, listen as Tiffany shares six suggestions about how to sustain relationships with EDpats.(A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge.

35 MINSEP 24
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Season 2: Episode 16: Dear Friends of EDpats: Mini Episode with Tiffany Lachelle

Season 2: Episode 15: Brooklyn in Paris: EDpat Carla Whyte in Liberia, Guinea, and Paris

SHOW NOTES: In this episode, Carla, an EDpat from Brooklyn, NY, discusses her experience living in Paris, Liberia and other countries in Africa and Asia. Listen as she (un)packs her experience! (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge. SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES: Carla Whyte~ Instagram: cam_newtondaley

69 MINSEP 10
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Season 2: Episode 15: Brooklyn in Paris: EDpat Carla Whyte in Liberia, Guinea, and Paris

Season 2: Episode 14: Don’t Talk to Nobody Outside the Crew- Mini Episode with Tiffany Lachelle

In this solo mini-episode, Tiffany Lachelle travels back to Morocco to reflect on an interesting birthday experience. Listen, as she shares a story that began as a harmless birthday celebration and later stemmed into a valuable life lesson: Don’t Talk to Nobody Outside of the Crew! (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud.Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge. Download (A)Broad in Education- The Podcast- where ever you get your favorite podcasts!

15 MINAUG 27
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Season 2: Episode 14: Don’t Talk to Nobody Outside the Crew- Mini Episode with Tiffany Lachelle

Season 2: Episode 13: Redefining First Gen: EDpat Whitney-Amanda in Dubai

ESHOW NOTES: Six degrees of separation has nothing on the conversation between Whitney and I. We met over Facebook from a post where I inquired about African American EDpats living in the UAE. While conversing, I asked, “Do you know this person”… “Yes, we went to the same HBCU and had the same professor.” “Do you know this person?” “Yes, and a few people that I attended school with also live and work here in Dubai.” I left this episode with the following thought: The deeper you go into the unfamiliar, the more familiar things become. Whether people, places, customs, or traditions, through travel, you can always find pieces of yourself around the globe. (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Mentioned Book: Black Identities: West Indian Immigrant Dreams and American Realities by Mary C. Waters Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Br...

67 MINAUG 13
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Season 2: Episode 13: Redefining First Gen: EDpat Whitney-Amanda in Dubai

Season 2: Episode 12: Mirror Talkin' in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates with EDpat Darielle

SHOW NOTES: One of my top five strengths from Strengths Finder is connectedness. However, the way that this strength shows up in my life, looks completely different from the way that it shows up in Darielle's! Darielle, this week's podcast guest, is an EDpat who works as a primary school teacher in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE. She previously worked in Atlanta, Georgia and in South Korea before landing in the Arabian desert. Listen to Darielle as she (un)packs her EDpat journey in this episode. (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Search (A)Broad in Education on Facebook and join us in the EDpat Lounge. Social Media HandlesInstagram: usumthnelseFacebook: Darielle Jordan Day

39 MINJUL 30
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Season 2: Episode 12: Mirror Talkin' in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates with EDpat Darielle

Season 2 Episode 11: I Had to go to Two Countries to Get my Hair Done

The first question that many Black women ask before traveling or moving abroad is, “what hair care products will I need to bring with me?” In this solo mini-episode, Tiffany mentally travels back to Morocco to reflect on the complexity of taking care of her hair while abroad. While Tiffany was prepared with hair-care products, she found herself unprepared for the change of environment. After a self-diagnosis of scalp psoriasis, she had no choice but to get a little creative in order to overcome her hair issues abroad. (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud.

15 MINJUL 16
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Season 2 Episode 11: I Had to go to Two Countries to Get my Hair Done
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