Keynote: Longevity Unpacked

Image of Chanté J. Wilson - She has red hair, a black shirt with oval shaped beads on a necklace. She is standing in front of greenery.
Presented By: Chanté J. Wilson
Date: Thursday, October 11, 2018
Time: 6pm-7:30pm MST/8pm-9:30pm EST
RID CEUs: 0.15 PS

Workshop Description:

You love to interpret! Interpreting is great work but it can also be exhausting. There are great days and bad days and everything in between. Sometimes, as we go through this amazing journey, interpreting looses it’s shimmer and shine. This workshop will give 7 practical tips to creating and maintaining a long and healthy interpreting career. Get ready to be a little introspective.

Presenter Bio:

Chanté has been interpreting professionally since 2003 and holds RID CI/CT certification. She graduated from the ITP at Salt Lake Community College, has a Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics and a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Instructional Design and Educational Technology.

Chanté is a typical interpreter with career A.D.D. She currently works part-time for several entities in the Salt Lake area as an interpreter, instructor and business owner.  She is the owner of Zaboosh and Kid to Kid Holladay. Her favorite job is being mom to 3 beautiful kids and wife to a fantastic husband.

Though she still has plenty of room for improvement, she has had the fortune of working with many talented interpreters both in Utah and Washington D.C who have helped her to get where she is today. Thank you to everyone who has and is providing a hand up on this interpreting journey.

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