Innovation in business and being your own boss are choices made by a large percentage of the TCK population.
Given the global mobility of many of our population, travel and culture tend to be extremely important to our readership.
TCKs tend to be more educated and pursue higher level degrees than the general population.
CULTURS is a global multicultural philanthropic brand that brings lifestyle content to liminal identities – populations that are “culturally mobile,” and represent “hidden” rather than “visual” diversity. This includes cross-cultured individuals, Third Culture Kids, multi-racial and multi-ethnic persons – those whose lives are punctuated by the “straddling” of different cultures during their formative years.
Gregory L. Moore, a Cross-Cultural Adult, is the former Editor of The Denver Post. During Moore's tenure, The Denver Post won four Pulitzer Prizes, one for breaking news reporting, one for editorial cartooning and two for feature photography. In 2004, he was elected to the Pulitzer Prize Board, and named co-chair in 2012.
Donna Musil is a lawyer, documentary filmmaker, writer and activist exploring the subculture of military B.R.A.T.S. A B.R.A.T. herself, Musil directed the award-winning 2006 documentary Brats: Our Journey Home and is founder of not-for-profit Brats Without Borders.
Ruth E. Van Reken is a second generation adult Third Culture Kid (TCK), co-founder of Families in Global Transition, co-author of Third Culture Kids: Growing Up Among Worlds, and author of Letters Never Sent. She is one of the world’s foremost authorities on TCKs in the 21st Century.