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Judit Vegh

Intercultural Psychology Expert
Founder of Intercultural Life

Before introducing myself professionally, as the Founder of Intercultural Life, I would like to share my personal journey with you.

I was raised in a deeply rooted monocultural family, where the concept of being abroad was completely foreign to me for the first 15 years of my life. It wasn't until the age of 18 that I embarked on a journey of discovery, exploring foreign lands that have captivated me ever since. From Hungary, I ventured to Portugal, the Netherlands, Italy, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and currently reside in the UK.

In my own life, I am part of a multicultural family, alongside my Italian husband and our trilingual son. Balancing dual careers and continually adapting to new situations as a family is not without its challenges. However, I can confidently say that there is always a way forward, and the sooner we discover it, the better.

I am immensely grateful for the experience of having a global family, as it has become an integral part of my identity. Aligning my career path with my personal identity has further fueled my passion to inspire and support others in embracing their best global family life.

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Professional Background

Intercultural Psychology Expert

Founder of Intercultural Life

Global Family Consultant with over a decade of experience

Co-Founder of SIETAR Southeast Asia (Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research) 

Visiting Lecturer at ELTE, Hungary

PhD Candidate in Psychology, ELTE, Hungary

Executive Contributor for Brainz Magazine

Accredited Facilitator and Trainer for The International Profiler

Accredited Facilitator for Prepare/Enrich

Over 10 years of experience in HR, working with multinational companies

Professional Affiliations

COST Transnational Family Dynamics in Europe (TraFaDy)

SIETAR Southeast Asia 

Mobile Professionals and Families

Families in Global Transition

Hungarian Psychological Association

Asian Association of Social Psychology

International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology

World Council on Intercultural and Global Competence

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