More about me

Nothing is more rewarding at work than learning something new everyday and offering my knowledge and skills to my clients. Receiving positive feedback from them
really makes my day making me feel prod of my work.
Who would have guessed that the year I spent working as a volunteer translator at the NGO Plan Internacional during my last year at university would be so decisive
in my career. Ever since, all the jobs I have had were somehow related to languages -from private teacher, administrative assistant at a languages school, technical
clerk in London, interpreter for the police and profesional translator, my current job and the one that occupies all my time and efforts since 2011.
Since this activity is strongly connected to the new technologies and the internet community I try to stay tuned for blogs of amazing translators, the latest apps on
translation and interesting courses with which grow professionally and creating connections that may bring about new opportunities.