Featured Interpreter: Kenton Myers 

Discover the unique challenges and joys of trilingual interpretation with Kenton Myers, a seasoned language professional proficient in English, Spanish, and ASL. From strategic scheduling to the delicate art of managing a Language Service Company, Kenton shares insights from his dynamic career, offering valuable advice for aspiring interpreters.As a medical…

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Featured Interpreter: Robin Ragan 

Our Featured Interpreter this week is Robin Ragan, a distinguished CMI (Certified Medical Interpreter) and State Court Certified Interpreter. As a professor of Spanish at Knox College in Illinois, Robin's passion for languages and her expertise in translation and interpreter training have paved the way for a transformative educational program. With…

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Exploring the Unexplored

Our Featured Interpreter this week is Janis Palma.  Janis is an English-Spanish interpreter and translator with over 40 years of experience. She became federally certified as a judiciary interpreter in 1981, certified by NAJIT as an interpreter and translator in 2004, and is licensed by the State of Texas as…

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Featured Interpreter: Andrea Henry

One of the most highly acclaimed sessions at LEO's 3rd International Conference in June was the presentation by Andrea Henry, Complicated Encounters and Research on a Tool that Measures Interpreter Mental Fatigue. We interviewed Andrea to find out more about her experience, get some tips and ask your questions that we…

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I wanted to be an interpreter when I was growing up

Featured Interpreter: Danielle Meder On Wednesday, we celebrated National [Sign Language] Interpreter Appreciation Day. Our Featured Interpreter this week is Danielle Meder, a nationally certified ASL interpreter with over 15 years of experience in VRS and video remote interpreting. She currently works as a Senior Director of Vendor Management and Interpreter Quality at a language service company. She is also a licensed interpreter trainer and is…

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Featured Interpreter: Alessandra Checcarelli

Italian native conference interpreter, translator and respeaker for English, German and French languages, Alessandra has studied in Rome and Munich. She has mainly worked in Europe after obtaining a BA degree in linguistics and cultural mediation in 2007, and an MA degree in conference interpreting in 2010. She is a…

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