Growing up with a mother who worked in international trade Alyssa’s curiosity and passion for other cultures began at a young age. This lead her around the globe to Australia, Brazil, China, France, India, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa, Thailand, Tanzania, Venezuela and Vietnam all before graduating from university. After she graduated university in California, she worked for four years with a local non-profit supporting expat who were living around the world offshore, only further inspiring her own move.
Carter Clews is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading offshore living experts. As President of the Offshore Club (OSC), his mission in life is to lend a warm and welcoming hand to any and all who are ready to explore “The Good Life at a Great Price” in the wonderful world at large!
Joel M. Nagel is founder and managing partner of the international law firm of Nagel & Associates, LLC. The firm is Pittsburgh’s first law boutique focusing exclusively on international commercial transactions and international asset protection, estate planning and immigration / emigration law.
At the height of a successful career in the computer industry, Mr. Cobb left to form Exotic Caye International in 1996. The company was converted into a Belize Offshore Bank in in 2003. It provides loans to North Americans purchasing properties throughout Central America. Cobb and Partners also purchased a farm and planted 100 acres of Teak Timber in Panama in 1999.
Finding himself with more time on his hands, Patrick took the opportunity to travel with his family. One of these travel adventures took him to Nicaragua. Looking for a change and to make a difference in people's lives, Patrick found it to be the perfect blend of the safest country in Central America, friendly people, beautiful landscape and the perfect climate. Patrick is now in his 11th year working, volunteering and now living full time in Nicaragua.
With a background in biology and Spanish, and an original intent of continuing onto medical school, Rachel Jensen’s life took a 180 degree turn after her first medical mission trip to Nicaragua. Ms. Jensen became a resident of Panama in 2016, and today calls San Pedro, Belize home.