A cultural broker interprets language, media and society.

What can you learn from the mind of a language interpreter.

Interpreting is the way I serve my culture with language.

A clear and short introduction with a friendly yet serious tone to set the setting. Listening is the most acute skill set an interpreter posses. If the message and idea are not clear, a formal clarification occurs until the idea is clear and precise. Here are four rules you can learn from an interpreter:

  1. Listen.
  2. Setting the tone and flow for a call speak clear and with confidence is key. People can hear if you are tired or in good mood.
  3. Clarify as many times until you are 100% accurate 
  4. Check your mute button
Spanish Consecutive Medical & Legal Interpreter (VRI/OPI)
Interpreting Services

Freelance Spanish Interpreter interpreter with experience in immigration, finance and medicine.

Experience interpreting for:

  • United States Citizenship and Immigration Services USCIS ( Asylum Officers) and Legal Aid Canada
  • Finance U.S. Banks and Insurance Companies
  • U.S. Medical Industry (Doctors, Nurses and Admin.)
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Cultural Blog

The cultural broker blog interprets language, media and society. Let’s celebrate what brings people together! 

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Podcast – The Latino Experience

Podcast is about self-improving being honest and learning for others through language, art and business.

Communicating a precise message to do the right audience.

This episode was inspired by two books the power of now by Dr. Joseph Murphy and the Artists way by Julia Cameron. I hope you enjoy. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/culturalbroker/support
  1. Meditation episode
  2. Voice over demo
  3. Practicing Patience
  4. Quotes, wants and reading in spanish piense y hagase rico (fé)
  5. The Latino Experience with Pedro Diaz and guest Daniel Lara Cesar (English, Spanish and Portuguese)

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