Christiane Abel

Description

As a translator, I specialize in localization (Web pages, user's manuals, help files), technical, medical and corporate documents, (including legal texts), international development, and international security.
In addition, I was a staff translator for the Atlanta Committee during the 1996 Olympic Games.
As a conference interpreter, I provide simultaneous and consecutive interpretation for the United States Department of State, international organizations and various corporate clients on a wide range of topics: politics, civic education, public administration, international trade and regional integration, medicine, agriculture, transportation, women's issues, administration of justice, law enforcement, media, environmental issues, and arts and culture.
I was a staff conference interpreter for the United Nations for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, located in Arusha, Tanzania, in 1997-1998.
I am an Associate Professor of translation and interpretation at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, in charge of the French Translation and Interpretation Program.

Language Pairs

English
- French

Translating Services

EditingProofreadingTranslating

Translating - Areas of Specialization

Business - Advertising & public relationsBusiness - MarketingComputers - Computer hardwareComputers - Software localizationEntertainment - MultimediaIndustry & Technology - AgricultureLaw - ContractsLaw - Corporate lawMedicine - Health careMedicine - ImmunologyMedicine - Instruments, medical

ATA Divisions

French Language Division

Interpreter Credentials

International Association of Conference Interpreters (AIIC)
Type

Translator

Level

Individual

Primary Phone

(209) 304-6197

Location

Jackson
CA
95642
United States

Years in Business

20+ Years

Education Level

Graduate