Dear Madam, Dear Sir,
I have been working in collaboration with an organization for disabled as a liaison and simultaneous interpreter to a Biofeedback practitioner. Besides, I worked as an interpreter in an ambassy and in a freight company.
Previously, my job involved dealing with executive assistant duties. However, 2 years ago, I started a transitional period which gave me the opportunity to study in a Scottish university, Heriot Watt, in the School of Management and Languages, Edinburgh. This training course helped to enhance my knowledge as a learner in an English speaking country inasmuch as I reached a level of proficiency in English.
The work of interpreter is exciting and requires general knowledge. Indeed, I have an extensive stomach for being inquisitive and attentive to learn a variety of subject disciplines ranging from government, arts, history, politics and philosophy.
Moreover, I appreciate and enjoy playing the role of a cultural mediator, therefore, acting as a go-between the source populations and the targets.