Criminal Defense Wiki's Volunteer Translators
The following individuals have helped translate articles for the Criminal Defense Wiki:
Professional, experienced and talented Arabic translator, with focus on accuracy and creativity. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gabriel Floud was in Peace Corps, Guatemala from 2004 to 2006. He received his master's degree in Spanish in 2008, and was awarded the Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship in Uruguay for 2009. He started a translation business, Gabester Language Services LLC, in Cheyenne, WY in 2010. www.wyomingspanish.com
Siham Gaiz lives and works in Casablanca. She holds a Master’s Degree in Translation (with distinction), Abdelmalek Essaâdi University, King Fahd School of Translation, Tangier. Language combination: Arabic, English and French. She Works as Freelance translator with organisations such as: British Council, Young Arab Theatre Fund, Art Moves Africa, Cmor.tv ltd, Hamilton Health Sciences, In Concert, Mission Conseil, Timitar Festival…
Alexandra Vicente is French and lives in Great Britain. She studied both Spanish and English and recently received a Master’s degree in Translation Studies with distinction at Durham University. She is working as a freelance translator and works from English and Spanish into French. She is also a volunteer translator for some organisations such as Mongabay.com and Jumpstart. Contact:email@example.com
Gilleen Witkowski is a recent graduate of the political science Master’s program at the University of Toronto Munk School of Global Affairs, where she studied international relations. She led the planning of a conference on conflict and diplomacy at the Munk School and worked as Associate Editor for the Journal of International Law and International Relations. Gilleen’s undergraduate studies in political science and sociology took place at the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis and the University of Copenhagen. She is currently working as a freelance translator, editor and writer.
Cynthia Jasso is a bi-cultural, bilingual Spanish speaker. She has lived in both Mexico and the US and has ten years experience translating in the fields of social service and legal/court compliance. Two of her interests are cultural exchange and immigration reform.
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