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The President’s Corner

Dear ATI Members, Hello everyone!  It’s hard to believe that another year has passed by and with it many changes. If 2016 can be seen as a trend, there is no doubt that 2017 will bring us many more as the entire country faces a change in governance and leadership. Here in our state, one…

ATI Meetup – Phoenix – January 21, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

  Happy New Year Arizona Translators and Interpreters! Start the new year by networking and dining with the Arizona Translators and Interpreters (ATI) meetup group members! We will be celebrating both the Roman Calendar (2017) and Lunar Calendar (Year of the Rooster) New Year at Chengdu Delight Chinese Cuisine in Chandler, AZ. Please bring your…

ATI is looking for members for its new committees

Arizona Translators and Interpreters is looking for members interested in participating in the following committees: Mentorship Committee Membership Committee Professional Development Committee Website Committee If you are interested in participating, please contact francesca.samuel@atiinc.org or vp@atiinc.org    

Arizona Translators and Interpreters new Board of Directors

Arizona Translators and Interpreters, Inc. has a brand new Board of Directors. Elections were held during the month of November. The new president is Ken Anders, formerly of Transperfect Remote Interpreting in Phoenix, AZ. Tram Bui is interim vice president after serving almost 4 years as member at large. Carlos Reyes will continue to serve…

Congratulations to the new ATI Board!

Dear ATI Members: Arizona Translators and Interpreters has a new Board! Ken Anders is the new ATI President. There are three new Members at Large! Sarah Trejo, who served as interim member at large, is now officially confirmed along with Noel Salcedo and Thai Luong. Congratulations to our new ATI Board! More exciting news will follow….

Review of the ATI 2016 Conference

Posted On October 18, 2016 By Jennifer Baldwin In Conference Reviews, Translating Innovation /   As a professional practice, I aim to attend at least one translation conference per year. Obviously, there are many benefits in attending conferences. I personally love conferences for networking, learning opportunities, and keeping a pulse on key topics and trends. Conferences are also a great way to explore other parts…