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From the President-Elect: ATA63 Will Be an Event to Remember!

May/June 2022 Issue

From the President-Elect Veronika Demichelis veronika@veronikademichelis.com The call for proposals for ATA’s 63rd Annual Conference in Los Angeles, California, closed on March 1. We received 400 proposals for regular conference sessions and 39 proposals for Advanced Skills & Training (AST) sessions. This is very exciting because we’re back to our pre-pandemic number of conference proposals—which […]

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From the President-Elect: It’s Full Steam Ahead for ATA63!

March/April 2022 Issue

From the President-Elect Veronika Demichelis veronika@veronikademichelis.com Get ready! ATA’s 63rd Annual Conference will be here before you know it, and it’s shaping up to be a fantastic event. Just before the February Winter ATA Board meeting in Los Angeles, I had several meetings with President Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo, ATA Headquarters staff, our event planning vendor, […]

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From the President-Elect: ATA63: Looking Forward to Meeting In Person Again

January/February 2022 Issue

From the President-Elect Veronika Demichelis veronika@veronikademichelis.com One of the highlights of 2021 for me was ATA’s 62nd Annual Conference in Minneapolis. It was wonderful to see old friends and colleagues and meet new ones—both in person and virtually. A huge thanks to ATA President and ATA62 Conference Organizer Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo, ATA Headquarters staff, and […]

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From the President-Elect: The Final Countdown

September/October 2021 Issue

From the President-Elect Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo madalena@accessibletranslations.com Twitter: @mszampaulo Who else is counting down the days until we reunite in Minneapolis (and virtually) at ATA62? Surely it isn’t just me! This year’s Annual Conference model will be another new one for ATA as we hold a hybrid conference for the first time. Registration opened in […]

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From the President-Elect: A Hybrid Conference

July/August 2021 Issue

From the President-Elect Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo madalena@accessibletranslations.com Twitter: @mszampaulo As I sit down to write my column this month, I’m reminded of where we were a year ago and thankful to be feeling much more optimistic this year than last when it comes to planning the details of our Annual Conference. While uncertainty is still […]

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From the President-Elect: Either in Person or Virtual, ATA62 Will Not Disappoint!

May/June 2021 Issue

From the President-Elect Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo madalena@accessibletranslations.com Twitter: @mszampaulo The call for proposals for #ATA62 closed on March 1, with more than 320 proposals for this year’s hybrid conference. Whether you choose to attend in person or virtually, there will be something for everyone! The hotel block for the conference is now open, and discounted […]

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From the President-Elect: Whether In Person or Virtual, ATA62 Will Not Disappoint!

March/April 2021 Issue

From the President-Elect Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo madalena@accessibletranslations.com Twitter: @mszampaulo Planning is well underway for this year’s Annual Conference, set to take place October 27-30 at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Last year we took on a new conference model, a fully virtual event, and this year we’ll be doing the same as we […]

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From the President-Elect: A New Year, a New Start

January/February 2021 Issue

From the President-Elect Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo madalena@accessibletranslations.com Twitter: @mszampaulo It’s a new year, and with it comes a time of reflection, as well as fresh and exciting opportunities. If 2020 taught us anything, it was the ability to accept new challenges and adapt accordingly. Hopefully 2021 will be, in many ways, different than last year, […]

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From the President-Elect: ATA61: A Team Effort

November/December 2020 Issue

From the President-Elect Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo madalena@accessibletranslations.com Twitter handle: @mszampaulo We did it! We reached the tail end of what’s turned out to be quite a year, and we had a very successful virtual Annual Conference. While I never expected to organize a fully virtual conference, it was truly a pleasure to take on this […]

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