Sep 8, 2022
Clayton Bond is the spouse of Ted Osius, former U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam, and a cousin of the late civil rights leader Julian Bond, Clayton Bond is an attorney, small business co-owner, and activist/philanthropist dedicated to ensuring that all people can participate fully in society
without regard to race, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
Bond earlier served for 16 years as a U.S. Foreign Service Officer, with assignments in or concerning the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and Asia, in a variety of functions including Management Affairs, Public Diplomacy, and Consular Affairs.
As an accompanying partner, he explains his walk through finding purpose in various countries and positions.
As it stands today, 77% of accompanying partners worked prior to the assignment… yet 57% are not working while on an international assignment. Behind those numbers are the lives of people like you with remarkable education, knowledge, experiences, aspirations, and dreams.
Work is part of our identity as adults and removing it from the equation when this is not a choice can be devastating as well as losing financial independence.
Join us to explore:
To connect further with Clayton Bond you can find him on Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
And if you yourself are an accompanying partner struggling to find purpose– I have something special for you! This Tuesday, September 7th at 9 am EST I’m offering a free roundtable to discuss creating purpose & money. Often money is the surrounding topic when it comes to moving around the world.
Because for many, the consequences of talking about money, our careers, and our purpose can bring up difficult feelings: worry, suffering self-esteem, a lack of confidence, and even shame.
In this conversation, we’ll go
beyond the logistical hustle that is real yet often only the tip of
the iceberg when we want to reconcile and balance purpose and
money. There are only a few spots left, so I encourage you
to sign up! Can’t wait to see you there