Category Archive: Annual Conference

  1. The ATI Annual Conference is around the corner. Registration is now open!

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    Arizona Translators & Interpreters Annual Conference
    Saturday, September 29, 2018

    Great Challenges, Greater Opportunities
    in Language Services

    KEYNOTE SPEAKER
    MARJORY BANCROFT

    Marjory Bancroft directs Cross-Cultural Communications, the only national training agency for medical and community interpreting, with more than 280 licensed trainers in 35 states, DC, Guam and six other countries. She has lived in eight countries and studied seven languages. In addition to a BA and MA in French linguistics from Québec she holds advanced language certificates from universities in Spain, Germany and Jordan. Her career spans interpreting, translation, teaching English or translation for two universities in Quebec City and Jordan, teaching French for two government French schools for immigrants in Montreal, teaching business or general English for continuing education programs and the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC and running a nonprofit interpreting service in Maryland (while interpreting and translating herself). She has authored numerous publications, including interpreting textbooks, workbooks and trainer guides sold around the world in 26 countries. A past board member of the National Council on Interpreting in Health Care, She has sat on several national and international committees and was the world project leader for an ISO international interpreting standard.

    Confirmed speakers:

    Marjory Bancroft
    Barbara Rayes-Barnett
    Rosanna Balistreri
    Gladys Matthews
    Roxana King
    Dave Svoboda
    Jaime Fatás-Cabeza
    Millie Donaldson
    Mariana Ellis
    Jason Hubbard
    Kamana Khadka
    Jordan Ripley

    We hope you will join us for this year’s Arizona Translators and Interpreters Annual Conference. As in year’s past, the conference will offer informative workshops and sessions geared toward translators and interpreters, and the organizations that work with them in government, legal, healthcare, call-centers, financial institutes and general business to business settings.

    • Breakfast and lunch is provided.

    • Free parking

    • 12 approved CCHI CEUs
    • ATA CEUs are still pending

    If you would like to view the Preliminary Schedule, download the form here: ATI 2018 Annual Conference Program_preliminary schedule

    If you are interested in Exhibit/Sponsor opportunities, click here: LSP Exhibitor Outreach flyer_2018

    LocationMaricopa Integrated Health System 2601 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix, AZ

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    For your convenience, here is a map of the location at the MIHS campus:

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    Thank you to our 2018 Sponsors and Exhibitors!

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  2. Crowd Filming Release

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    On September 30th, our ATI Conference will be videotaped as part of a Promotional Video for the 2018 Annual Conference.

    Some audience members may be recognizable in the video. Your presence in the audience grants consent to the filmmaker and camera crew to record your likeness and appearance at this performance and to use your image in the video and/or in marketing materials for the video without compensation to you, and releases the filmmaker/videographer from all liability related to the videotaping of your presence in this venue.

    For more info on the ATI Annual Conference, go to https://atiinc.org/event/arizona-translators-interpreters-annual-conference/

    If you wish not to have your image captured in classroom or workshop settings (opt out), please notify Tram Bui at teechedu@gmail.com.

    Enjoy the ATI Annual Conference!

  3. 2016 ATI Annual Conference update!

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    Planning for the 2016 Arizona Translators & Interpreters Annual Conference is in high gear! Mark your calendars!  Saturday, October 1, 2016, at Maricopa Integrated Health Systems located at 2601 E Roosevelt Street in Phoenix, AZ.

    Keynote Speaker – Tony Rosado, USCCI.

    Tony Rosado, PresidentMr. Rosado is the President and founder of Rosado Professional Solutions. He has been a freelance conference interpreter for almost 30 years; as a court interpreter, Tony is Federally, Colorado, and New Mexico certified, a PERITO TRADUCTOR by the Mexican Courts. He is an attorney from the Escuela Libre de Derecho in Mexico City. Mr. Rosado has worked as a lead translator in many public and private sector projects, including the FEMA manual during hurricane Katrina. He has worked as an interpreter for Azteca América, PBS and UNIVISION. As a Conference Interpreter, Tony has worked in the Americas, Europe and Asia, and has interpreted for politicians, internationally known personalities, athletes, heads of state, and royalty. He has interpreted for the TV broadcasts of the Presidential debates, and was the official radio interpreter for President Obama during the Democratic Convention in Denver. Mr. Rosado works as an interpreter with the United States Department of State, and the United States Department of Defense. He is an instructor of translation and interpretation for new and seasoned interpreters and translators, a freelance instructor of instructors for the Defense Language Institute (DLI) an advanced skills workshop instructor at the Western State College of Colorado, and a regular conference presenter at the American Translators Association (ATA) the National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT) and other professional organizations.  He is the former Co-chair of the Colorado Association of Professional Interpreters (CAPI) Mr. Rosado has worked as voice talent in numerous documentaries, media commercials, websites, and industrials. He has interpreted for federal and state courts at all levels, USCIS, EOIR, Latin American Arbitration Commission, the Winter Olympic Games, and many others. Presently, he is a member of the American Translators Association and the National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators.

    Please mark your calendars for this premier professional development event. There will be sessions addressing different areas of our profession including legal, medical and community interpreting as well as translation and translation technology. Hope to see you there!

    Additional confirmed speakers to date:

    • Rosanna Balistreri
    • Izabel Souza
    • Gloria Rivera Baldassari
    • Barbara Rayes-Bernett
    • Jaime Fatás Cabeza
    • Eliana Lobo
    • Gloria Rivera Baldassari
    • Dave Svoboda
    • Lucy Matticoli-Mason
    • Felipe Lopez
    • Hong Chartrand
    • Elida Testai
    • Aimee Benavides
    • Francesca Samuel

    Registration: to register click here