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Hi, I am Judson!

It was an honor for me to share my life’s journey with you on the Expat Sandwich Podcast. I’ve lived on five continents, traveled to 30+ countries and have collected many stories of my personal and professional travel.

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India

A 6-month business trip to India turned into half a year of adventuring around the country. I experienced nomadic life in Rajasthan. I contributed to building the technology sector of Hyderabad. I found forgotten European outposts from the days of the old tea trade. I even garnered inspiration from the Dalai Lama in the Himalayan foothills.

Brazil

I took a gap year (well.. half a year..) after high school to find myself and my place in the world. I backpacked across Brazil in this pursuit and visited friends I made the previous year as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student in Germany. The people I met, the strife I witnessed, the beauty of the people and the culture, all set me down the path of my life’s work: to impact communities on the international stage.

Kyrgyzstan

I lived in Kyrgyzstan for two years working with the United Nations on media and social justice development projects as a Peace Corps volunteer. Now several years removed, I can see that the work I performed there has reached hundreds of thousands of people through the modern-day capacities of the internet and western-style journalism.

Germany

I have lived in Germany twice: first as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student when I was 17 years old, and again as an adult. In fact, I live in Germany now, where I am part of the team building the trivago hotel metasearch website. Living in Europe gives me access to some of the world’s most interesting destinations, as well as a mission to serve the growing community of refugees coming in to Germany.

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