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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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From the President-Elect: ATA61: Virtually Anywhere for Everyone

September/October 2020 Issue

From the President-Elect Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo madalena@accessibletranslations.com Twitter handle: @mszampaulo ATA61 is right around the corner and there’s a lot to be excited about! While we’re all itching for the time when we can once again gather in person, this year’s Annual Conference (October 21–24) will be more accessible than ever. No matter where you […]

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From the President-Elect: ATA61 Goes Virtual

May/June 2020 Issue

From the President-Elect Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo madalena@accessibletranslations.com Twitter handle: @mszampaulo   ATA61 Goes Virtual This year we’ve all been met with a lot of uncertainty. As president-elect and Annual Conference organizer, I’ll tell you that a global pandemic and economic crisis were not the challenges I expected we would face this year in planning ATA61. […]

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From the President-Elect: Boston, Here We Come!

March/April 2020 Issue

From the President-Elect Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo madalena@accessibletranslations.com Twitter: @mszampaulo Planning is in full swing for ATA’s 61st Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusetts, set to take place October 21–24 at the Westin Waterfront Boston. For many of us, this is the event of the year—known for the high level of professional development opportunities and networking available […]

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From the President-Elect: Striving for Better Communication

September/October 2019 Issue

From the President-Elect Ted R. Wozniak ted@tedwozniak.net “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.” The context in which Strother Martin said this to Paul Newman and the rest of the road gang in Road Prison 36, the setting for the film Cool Hand Luke, in no way applies to ATA. Still, I think it’s […]

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From the President-Elect: Palm Springs or Bust!

July/August 2019 Issue

From the President-Elect Ted R. Wozniak ted@tedwozniak.net ATA60 is less than five months away, so it’s not too soon to start making plans to come to Palm Springs for four days of top-notch professional development training, numerous networking opportunities, and the chance to catch up with old friends and make new ones. Conference registration is […]

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