I am a freelance conference interpreter, translator and project manager.
I was born in Argentina and lived, studied and worked in Spain for more than ten years. I graduated from a BA in Translation and Interpreting in 2006 (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) and started working as a freelance translator from English and French into Spanish.
I then grew a passion for interpreting and in 2009 decided to specialize in the field with a Master’s Degree, which I completed at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
Life (and love) took me later to Rome, Italy, where I have been living for more than two years. That is how I have successfully added Italian to my language combinations and continued developing my career.
I currently work as a Rome-based conference interpreter, translator and project manager.
Some of my recent jobs have been for FAO (United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization), Guardia di Finanza, Equatorial Guinea’s Ministry of Mining and Energies, European Agency for Fundamental Rights, Pfizer Laboratories, GAFI (Grupo de Acción Financiera Internacional) and Action Aid. I collaborate with several translation agencies across Europe, Africa and America.
You can learn more about my language services in this website.