Log In

Norma L. Alvarez Edit Profile

Interpreter , translator

Norma L. Alvarez, Cuban interpreter, translator. Certified California court interpreter; federally certified interpreter. Recipient French Consulate award for Academy Excellence in Freng Language and Literature, University Puerto Rico, 1984.

Background

Alvarez, Norma L. was born on June 15, 1961 in Holguin, Oriente, Cuba. Daughter of Natalio A. Alvarez and Norma C. Gómez.

Education

Bachelor, University Puerto Rico, 1984. Master of Arts, Monterey Institute of International, Studies, 1987.

Career

Editoral assistant Hampton-Brown Company, Carmel, California, 1988. Freelance translator, since 1988. Freelance intrepreter various, California and Florida, since 1988.

Adjunct professor Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, Tallahassee, 1993-1994, Monterey (California) Institute International Studies, since 1989.

Achievements

  • Certified California court interpreter. Federally certified interpreter.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: The Interpreter's Edge Turbo Supplement, 1993.

Membership

Member California Court Interpreters Association (guest speaker 1992), American Translators Association (accreditation Spanish), Northern California Translators Association, National Association Judicial Interpreters and Translators.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, swimming, drawing.

Connections

Married Joseph P. Parker, October 9, 1988.

father:
Natalio A. Alvarez

mother:
Norma C. Gómez

spouse:
Joseph P. Parker