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Interpreter , translator

Margarette Monjoa Campbell, Nigerian interpreter, translator. Member International Association Conference Interpreters, American Biographical Institute (leadership award).

Background

Campbell, Margarette Monjoa was born on February 3, 1940 in Lagos, Nigeria. Daughter of Emilea Lyengu (Esame) Campbell.

Education

Bilingual Degree, University Cameroon, Laounde, 1970. Translators Diploma, University Geneva, 1974. Postgraduate diploma in Interpretation, Polytechnic Central London, 1976.

Career

Translator, interpreter National Assembly Cameroon, Laounde, chief linguistic service, sub director translation and interpretation, deputy director linguistics and legislation, director, technical advisor. Deputy head interpretation and translation United Nations, Ruanda, Angola, since 1995. External examiner Master of Arts Bula (Cameroon) University Center.

Membership

Member International Association Conference Interpreters, American Biographical Institute (leadership award).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Crosswords, dressmaking, reading, music.

Connections

1 child, Joke Malafa.

father:
Emilea Lyengu (Esame) Campbell Campbell

child:
Joke Malafa Campbell