Trisha Carter

Trisha is an organizational psychologist, working in the areas of cultural intelligence and cultural integration, building global skills and leadership capability, managing change and developing resilience. She has expertise in all aspects of the HR function and delivers cultural awareness, integration and global people management training and coaching to a range of corporate and public sector organizations from her home base in Sydney, Australia. In the last fifteen years, her work has impacted over a thousand individuals and families moving to and from over 50 countries. She co-authored ‘ Finding Home Abroad - A Guided Journal for Adapting to Life Overseas’ with Rachel Yates. She has a Master’s degree in Psychology and is a Certified Cultural Intelligence Facilitator. Trisha became interested in culture and the impacts of global transitions while living in China with her husband and young children in the 90s.  While Sydney is currently home, her birthplace of New Zealand still has a special place in her heart.

She has served on the FIGT Board since October 2017. Contact her at

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