Professional Interpreters, process-driven translations
Transparent communications, positive results
serving many counties.
We train our interpreters using national interpreter standards
Her abilities were refined at the University of Veracruz, in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico where she received her degree in pedagogy with honors. In fact, she was ranked as one of the top students in the country based on the nationwide university exit examination.
Remedios served as the director of two language schools and then diversified into journalism, an endeavor in which she is still active today, with articles in newspapers in both the United States and Mexico, as well as frequent participation in radio programs.
She worked in Xalapa as the Director of Communications for the Foreign School of the
University of Veracruz and then transitioned into the world of business becoming the Director of Communications for Centro de Excelencia Humana, a company providing training, sales and marketing consulting and programs in personal development.
Remedios Aguirre Sullivan
Certified Judicial Interpreter
Medical Interpreter Trainer
Born in Mexico to an American mother and a Mexican father, Remedios Aguirre Sullivan began what was to become her career trajectory attending a bilingual primary school in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Her complete mastery of English and Spanish has led her well beyond the field of linguistics, where she has distinguished herself as an interpreter, translator and educator.
Ms. Aguirre, owing in large measure to her cultural background, developed a great understanding of the many ways in which people think, craft their personalities and develop their working habits.
Experienced professional linguists utilizing conference equipment
Documents from and to English in
a variety of languages
An interpreter by phone or video in the languages you request
How in-person professionals
24-hours a day work.
CULTURAL PRESENTATIONS PowerPoint presentations on local immigrant cultures
An interpreter of your requested language pair at your location