• ATA Certified from Spanish into English


    Translation Services



    Spanish > English Translation

    Full-time Translator

    ATA-Certified from Spanish into English

    As a full-time freelance translator, I work translating documents from Spanish into English.


    I specialize in legal documents and work with local direct clients (attorneys) and language services providers (companies).


    I am certified by the American Translators Association and hold a Certificate in Translation Studies from New York University. My education also includes a Master's in Education from Arizona State University, Bachelor's of English and Spanish Linguistics from the University of Wisconsin and graduate level courses completed toward a Master's in Spanish Linguistics from New Mexico State University.


    Colorado Mountain College

    Adjunct Professor of Spanish

    Roaring Fork Campus, Colorado


    Spanish Professor for all levels and Faculty Director for Summer Spanish Immersion Programs to Spain, Costa Rica and Peru.


  • WHO I AM

    Taking translation to a higher elevation

    The view from my office

    Carbondale, Colorado, USA

    Thanks for visiting my website! I am a Colorado-based freelance translator working from Spanish into English. I work on all types of documents but specialize in legal translations including immigration documents, court decrees and process paperwork, declarations and laws, and also corporate and civil law filings.


    I am a US citizen and a native US English speaker.


    I live with my family in the mountains of western Colorado.


    Please feel free to contact me with any questions or connect on LinkedIn below.


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    Spanish to English Legal Translator





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    1493 County Road 106, Carbondale, Colorado 81623, USA

  • NEWS

    This spring I am working a lot with corporate compliance and asylum applications. 

    I will also be traveling to the Colorado Translators Association conference at the end of April to proctor the ATA exam.

    In other news, I passed my Interpreter Written Exam with the Colorado Judicial Department and will now be studying for the oral exam to become a court-certified interpreter in Colorado.



    Please contact me with questions or projects