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    ATA 2022 Elections: Candidate Statements

    Calling all Voting members! Participating in ATA’s annual elections is your opportunity to help shape the future of the Association. Learn what this year’s candidates for ATA’s Board of Directors have to say. Remember, the Annual Meeting of Voting Members and Election will be held October 13, 2022.

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    8 Reasons to Attend the ATA 63rd Annual Conference

    Whatever your role in the T&I Industry, ATA63 is the place where dedicated professionals come together to expand their knowledge and their network. Join us in Los Angeles, California on October 12-15, 2022. Let's connect at ATA63!

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    Free Webinar: Vicarious Trauma and Language Professionals

    In collaboration with MasterWord Services, ATA is offering all translators and interpreters, both members and non-members alike, free streaming of our recent webinar Vicarious Trauma and Language Professions.

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    ATA Supports Interpreters Seeking Fair Pay in Nevada

    ATA has written to Nevada’s Court Administration Office of the Eighth Judicial District Court in support of fair compensation for freelance interpreters working in Clark County courts. ATA warned the court that if it continues to offer rates below those of courts in neighboring jurisdictions, certified interpreters may choose to work elsewhere, and the gap would likely be filled by non-professional practitioners.

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    ATA 2022 Elections: Slate of Candidates

    ATA will hold its regularly scheduled elections at the upcoming ATA 63rd Annual Conference in Los Angeles, California (October 12-15, 2022) to elect four directors (three vacancies, each for a three-year term, and one director for a one-year term). Here are the candidates proposed by the Nominating and Leadership Development Committee!

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    ATA Statement Supporting Interpreters and Translators Impacted by Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

    ATA unequivocally condemns the Russian Federation’s military invasion of and assault on Ukraine. Together we are stronger. We stand in solidarity with our members and colleagues in Ukraine and around the world who oppose the war, and we continue to hope for their safety.

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