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Copywriter , translator

Carmen Helen Schultz, American copywriter, translator. Southern Methodist University scholar, 1980-1984. Member American Translators Association, American Literature Translators Association, Metroplex Interpreters and Translators Association, Dallas Hispanic Chamber of C., Pi Delta Phi, Sigma Delta Pi.

Background

Schultz, Carmen Helen was born on January 22, 1962 in Caracas, Venezuela. Came to the United States, 1975. Daughter of Arthur Henry and Alicia M. (Mercedes) Schultz.

Education

Bachelor in Foreign Languages cum laude, Southern Methodist University, 1984. Postgraduate studies, Monterey Institute International Study, 1986. Postgraduate studies, University Texas, Dallas, 1994.

Business Certified, University Texas, 1995. Business Certified, University Texas, Austin, 1995.

Career

Technical translator, Mobil Oil Exploration & Producing Superior vena cava syndrome, Dallas, 1984-1985; freelance translator/interpreter, Dallas, 1985-1987; abstractor/research assistant, Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, California, 1987; Hispanic committee coordinator, Mary Kay Cosmetics, Inc., Dallas, 1987-1993; bilingual copywriter, Rapp Collins Worldwide, Irving, Texas, 1993-1994; translator/copy editor, Ornelas & Associations, Dallas, 1994-1995; translator, writer, Associations Corporation of North America, Irving, since 1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor/translator: Belleza Total, 1992 (International Mercury award). Founder, editor (newsletter) Entérate, 1988 (Hispanic 100 1990, 91). Contributing writer Applause, 1992 (Award of Merit IPBC).

Membership

Member American Translators Association, American Literature Translators Association, Metroplex Interpreters and Translators Association, Dallas Hispanic Chamber of C., Pi Delta Phi, Sigma Delta Pi.

Connections

father:
Arthur Henry Schultz

mother:
Alicia M. (Mercedes) Schultz