ATA Podcast Episode 23: Halftime Report 2018

Episode 23: Halftime Report 2018 

Six months down, six to go! It’s time to take a big picture look at ATA in 2018: what’s been done and what lies ahead.

President Corinne McKay and President-Elect Ted Wozniak begin this halftime report with a sneak peek at ATA’s 59th Annual Conference—from things to do in the host city of New Orleans to the conference sessions to Advanced Skills and Training Day. Continuing to look to the future, Corinne and Ted talk about upcoming changes in the ATA Certification Program.

Then it’s time to look back at what ATA has accomplished this year. Or more precisely, where it’s been, because the association has been everywhere in its outreach to sister organizations and the direct client market. Visibility for the translation and interpreting professions has never been better. Learn more, listen now!

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