Anne Randerson


Anne Randerson, Ph.D., is a coach, trainer, multilingual educator, and researcher who is passionate about helping people unleash their passions and purpose in life through a greater understanding of personal self-worth. Anne helps individuals from diverse cultures and backgrounds integrate into new and changing lifestyles. She currently lives in Belgium and leads interactive workshops and retreats for the Oost West Centrum in Antwerp and Orval on Transitions: Finding Your Flow, and Creative Writing.

Drawing on her extensive intercultural expertise, Anne appreciates the opportunity to work with individuals in all phases of life—at the start of their careers, and in retirement. She specialises in guiding people through the challenges of major life transitions, helping them gracefully adapt to change from a holistic perspective—through mind, body, and spirit—leading them to find their unique wisdom and life purpose. 

Anne received her BA degree in French at UC Davis, and her Masters and Ph.D. degrees in Human Life Studies at Koriyama Women’s University in Japan. For over 25 years, Anne has lived in five countries, on three different continents, and learned to speak several languages as a former translator and interpreter. She is also a mindfulness teacher, trained by the UCSD Center for Mindfulness in 2017. 
On a corporate level, Anne works with leaders from global and local organizations to assist them with best practices for effective inclusive communication, project management, conflict resolution, and leadership skills. She has been Managing Director of her own company, Cross Cultural Horizons, since 2007, and has taught intercultural communication, global business management, creative writing, and global studies courses in Europe, Asia, and the USA for the past 15 years. 

Interacting constantly with executives and university students raised in diverse environments has heightened Anne’s knowledge as an intercultural researcher and author on cultural differences, diverse work habits, communication styles, global leadership practices, creative writing, mindfulness, and contemplative pedagogy. 

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