Education and professional practice

Since 2017: Translation coordinator and translator for Amnesty International (part-time)

Since 2005: Freelance translator at the transmute translation network

2013–2017: Lecturer and doctoral candidate at the University of Aberystwyth (UK)

2005: Co-founder of transmute

2002–2003: Academic semester abroad at the Universidad Europea in Madrid, Spain

2000–2007: Studies at the Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences Faculty of Translation and Interpreting; degree in translation (Diplom-Fachübersetzerin) EN-SP-GE.

1993–2005: Health care / Registered nurse. Focus: Care of patients suffering from infectious diseases; inpatient care of the terminally ill in an ICU for people suffering from AIDS.

1999: Registered nurse at a health project in Chiapas, Mexico

1997–1999: Establishment of an interpreting service for non-German-speaking patients at the County Hospital in Schorndorf, Germany.

March 1998: State examination as a registered nurse

1993–1995: Healthcare assistant at a closed emergency unit at the psychiatric hospital Christophsbad in Göppingen, Germany.

May 1992: Fachhochschulreife (entrance qualification for an applied sciences university)