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I hope you’re having a lovely day!
I just wanted to share a recap of our recent episode of Translators On Air that we’ve recorded this week.
We had a ton of fun talking to Jeanette Stewart who is extremely passionate about a new community driven project called Translation Commons.
You can watch the replay right here.
You can also watch/listen on YouTube or SoundCloud below.
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Or if you’re super busy, you can check out some of the highlights below.
Highlights of the Show
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Jeannette Stewart is a co-founder of Translation Commons. She holds a B.Sc. in Business Administration and her early career was in Advertising and Marketing. She is the founder and former CEO of CommuniCare, a leading translation company specializing in Life Sciences with offices in London, Paris, Athens, Budapest and Los Angeles.
She has been involved in high-profile projects, such as the “Genome Project” and prototyping the “online Unified Submission Process” for the European Medicine Agency.
She created a series of workshops for language specialization and actively participates in industry associations and conferences as lecturer and advocate for the language industry.
She regularly writes articles in Multilingual Magazine on Language Community Initiatives. Jeannette has also founded, served on the Board of Directors, moderated and volunteered in a number of educational and health charities. Currently she is involved in a new start-up dealing with Change Management.
In this episode you will learn:
- What Translation Commons is all about;
- What it offers translators;
- How you can contribute to Translation Commons;
…and much more!
Useful Links and Resources
Jeannette was kind enough to share these valuable resources with us:
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Hugs from Toronto and Nizhny Novgorod!