Friday, July 20, 2007

Interpreta 2007

I am thrilled to report that our project will be mentioned during the Interpreta 2007 Conference! This is the first independent (non-association) conference in the Americas designed by interpreters for interpreters. Co-presidents Lucille Barnes and José Luis Villanueva-Senchuk decided to create Interpreta in order to offer a platform where interpreters could share and learn from each other in a relaxed setting.

The conference is being held next weekend, July 28-29, 2007. There will be participants attending from Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Panama, US, UK, Spain, Slovakia, South Africa, Mexico, Taiwan and Colombia.

You can read more about it at here, and be sure to take a look at the impressive list of speakers.

And a huge THANK YOU to José Luis and Lucille for expressing an interest in this project and helping us get the word out!

[Images posted here with permission]

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