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The ATA Chronicle is the official publication of the American Translators Association. Published six times per year, each issue offers resources and practical solutions to challenges facing translators and interpreters, as well as member news and announcements.
Congratulations! The following members have successfully passed ATA’s certification exam: English into Chinese Tingting Qin Kansas City, MO English into Portuguese Melissa S. Harkin Saint Charles, MO English into Spanish Ana Bardi Miramar, FL Maria Bassiouk Studio City, CA Debora Bendayan Highland Park, NJ Tamara M. Cabrera Carrboro, NC Lina J. Morales-Chacana Silver Spring, MD…
From the President Ted R. Wozniak email@example.com As my term as president nears an end, I’m pleased to report that ATA’s Board of Directors held its first in-person meeting since February 2020, with an informal Strategy Day on Friday, August 6, and a formal Board meeting on August 7–8 in Nashville, Tennessee. Everyone—but especially the…
From the President-Elect Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @mszampaulo Who else is counting down the days until we reunite in Minneapolis (and virtually) at ATA62? Surely it isn’t just me! This year’s Annual Conference model will be another new one for ATA as we hold a hybrid conference for the first time. Registration opened in…
From the Executive Director Walter Bacak, CAE email@example.com The ATA Board of Directors met August 7–8, 2021, in Nashville, Tennessee—the first in-person Board meeting since February 2020. The meeting was preceded by the Board’s annual Strategy Day. Strategy Day allows the Board to discuss in-depth aspects of the Association and the translation and interpreting professions.…
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