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Interpreter , translator

Auli Irene Peterson, Finnish, American translator, intepreter. Certified translator Ministry of Justice, Finland. Grant, Administration for Vocational Education, Helsinki, Washington, 1974. Member of Modern Language Association, Phi Sigma Iota.

Background

Peterson, Auli Irene was born on January 23, 1937 in Lahti, Finland. Arrived in United States, 1981. Daughter of Valo and Irene (Niinikoski) Ahonen.

Education

Bachelor, Helsinki U., Finland, 1961, Master of Arts, 1963. Certified translator Ministry of Justice, Finland. Lecturer English, Lahti Institute Technology, 1963-1982.

Translator-interpreter, Bethesda, Maryland., since 1982. Professional foreign language specialist Department State, Washington, since 1981. Translator Joint Publs.

Career

Lecturer English Lahti Institute of Technology, 1963—1982. Translator-interpreter Bethesda, Maryland, since 1982. Professional foreign language specialist Department State, Washington, since 1981.

Translator Joint Publications Research Service, Arlington, Virginia, since 1985. Board directors League Finnish American Societies, Helsinki, 1973—1981. Chairman Finnish American Society, Lahti, 1980—1981.

Achievements

  • Certified translator Ministry of Justice, Finland.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author (with Peter Dodds and Satu Ilaja): Engineering English, 1979.

Membership

Member of Modern Language Association, Phi Sigma Iota.

Connections

Married Charles H. Peterson. Children: Mika Rytokoski, Katja Rytokoski.

father:
Valo Ahonen

mother:
Irene (Niinikoski) Ahonen

spouse:
Charles H. Peterson

children:
Mika Rytokoski Peterson

Katja Rytokoski Peterson