Michelle for Afro Expats

Hola, my name is Michelle and I am the founder of Afro Expats; an expat mentor, travel insider, travel curator and consultant for visiting and living abroad. I’ve been living in Mexico since 2018, and I help people curate their visit, temporary or permanent move abroad. If you’re interested in shaking things up but you need advice on how you can make your transition into international living or long-term travel easier, I’m here to help.

I’ve been to over 33 countries over the past 25 years. I could not have managed each transition without extensive research and help from other travelers in the area. I love traveling and using my background in management, customer service, public relations and as an entrepreneur.

I started traveling early in life, before I became a mother and I love to travel alone, with my husband, son, family and friends. I’m very independent, efficient and practical. My aim is to make things simpler and this often includes my life while we’re on the road. Often it can be difficult to find the support that you need when you’re organizing a trip, traveling abroad and especially making an international move. With the help of my business, I hope to assist others by understanding their intentions, hopes, fears and more. I can help you around your problems with international travel and I’ll do that through honest conversation about my experiences, and expert advice for making your most important decisions. If you need encouragement, clarity or assistance in making a decision with a long term stay or plans to live in a different country, specifically Mexico, I can help.

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I found Michelle in my search for Black perspectives on living in Mexico with young kids. She is generous in sharing all manner of resources, from what she’s learned first-hand to great references that point me in the right direction. Michelle is very organized and incredibly kind. I’m very grateful to have connected with her!

Laura, New York, New York

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