Provided both simultaneous and consecutive interpretation services from Russian into English and vice-versa for multiple conferences, seminars, workshops for a wide range of clients from private businesspeople to large corporations, governmental and international organizations, namely:
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DTRA (USA), Raytheon Technical Services Company LLC in Ukraine (USA), SAIC Ltd. (UK), US Embassy in Ukraine, Black&Veatch Company (USA), UN mission in Ukraine, OSCE, Philip Kotler seminars in Ukraine, Environment Ministry of Ukraine, FIATA, Odessa City...
I would like to offer you my services of an interpreter/ translator. I do this for almost 12 years now and I am ready to share my experience and provide you the best product I can. This is what I do for living and this is the best thing that I can do.
From my CV you can see the list of my clients but it is not exhaustive as I have mentioned there the most important ones.
I have studied at the National University and got a degree in Ukrainian and English languages and decided to be an interpreter/ translator. It was a right decision. I have worked for multiple companies and individuals and I have never had any negative feedback. All of the companies and/or persons mentioned in my CV as clients can confirm this.
I think that no matter how long you learn, train, work - there would never be an end to knowledge and there would always be a way to reach perfection, and whenever I learn smth new or master some new skill I start my next journey to a bigger knowledge and I want to learn as much as I possibly can.
Whenever I need to translate a document I utilize all of my resources and I would never use any type of computer-aided translations. I think that no matter how sophisticated modern computers are - they will never be able to do what a human brain can. This is why I do all my translations by myself.
If I am invited to interpret at some event where I would have to interpret consecutively and/or simultaneously, I would require and find any information available from all...
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