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Arizona State University (Communications)
I have been in love with the Spanish language since I was in high school, and I have dedicated my work life to areas where I can help people communicate across languages and cultures. I am a Spanish-English translator and a Certified Healthcare Interpreter. I have worked as a translator for 17 years, and as a hospital interpreter for one and a half. I have tutored middle and high school students on occasion throughout my career and I'm looking to begin again. I truly love working toward that "aha!" moment, when a student finally gets something he or she has been struggling with.
I started learning Spanish in junior high school, and by the time I was a freshman in college, I was taking junior/senior level courses. I spent my sophomore and junior years of college at La Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, in Guadalajara, Mexico. I am intimately familiar with cultural issues and how culture impacts language. I would love to share my knowledge with you or your student.
I am a Spanish language professional with 17 years experience in translation. I am a Certified Healthcare Interpreter for Spanish and have extensive knowledge of Spanish grammar. In addition, I have lived and studied in Mexico for 4.5 years.
Please contact me to learn more about how I can help with Spanish language learning! I have been in love with the Spanish language since I was in high school, and I have dedicated my work life to areas where I can help people communicate across languages and cultures. I am a Spanish-… Read more
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