Now residing in the beautiful Rio Grande Valley area of Texas, dedicated primarily to OPI (Over the Phone Interpreting), and Face to Face Interpreting as requested.

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I am participating less within the Facebook groups related to my profession, Interpreting and Translation. There are many members of the groups that I admire and respect, and with whom I continue to engage. There are, however, more and more within these groups that I have begun to question their emotional and mental stability, as […]

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“A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose.” -Gertrude Stein, 1913, Sacred Emily. This famous sentence is frequently interpreted to mean that no matter what you call it, a rose would still be a rose. Too often interpreters think the same. An interpreter is an interpreter is an interpreter. Wrong! One thing, […]

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OMG! Upon agreeing with a colleague, a Certified Medical Interpreter(CMI), who requested to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation with her employer to investigate information for this blog, I began to realize just how crazy things were. The more I started digging, the more forthcoming people were with information, and the more backlash I received. […]

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“You have wasted all of your time here if, in the end, you haven’t learned that you are responsible for those that are not as well educated.” I still remember this from a lecture during my Chicano Studies class. Instead of learning about the Chicano culture, on this particular day the professor gave us a […]

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