ATA Conference in Boston: Where to Find Judy

It's hard to believe that it's been a year since the two of us met up in Denver to attend the 51st Annual ATA Conference in 2010. Unfortunately, this year there won't be a twin reunion at the conference. Dagy has other commitments in Europe, and will be in the U.S. for a full month starting in early December. 


As our dear readers might know, Judy is all about meeting up with friends old and new. Here's where to find Judy at the 52nd Annual American Translators Association Conference:
1) Her association, the Nevada Interpreters and Translators Association, will have a small display table with information about the association. Look for the "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign. Judy will be at the table quite a bit.
2) You might like to attend one of Judy's three presentations. Here they are: The Entrepreneurial Linguist: Lessons from Business School, Smart Business for Interpreters and Translators (panel) and Myths and Truth: Preparing for the State Court Interpreter Certification Exam 
3) In the early evenings, try the bar. Judy can be found hanging out with the guy in the cowboy hat, ATA board member Ted Wozniak.
4) Contact her via private message at Twitter (@language_news) or shoot her an e-mail if you'd like to meet up!
5) Judy will join fellow authors Corinne McKay and Chris Durban at a book signing on Friday, October 28, at 5 p.m. at the InTrans Book Services booth inside the exhibit hall. No need to buy a book -- you can just stop by and say hello!


See you in Boston?


4 comments:

business loan on October 25, 2011 at 3:43 AM said...

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Svetlana Cunningham on October 29, 2011 at 8:05 AM said...

Thank you for this entry!
I found about the Conference in mid-September and, unfortunately, my company couldn't sponsor me to go at the time, but I am following the Conference news and I hope to go to the 53rd in San Diego next year!
Please, keep us posted!

thetranslationgenotype.com on November 2, 2011 at 1:39 PM said...

Oh! I just got the ATA membership a couple of days ago and, of course, didn't make it for this conference. Hopefully I'll be able to travel for the next one!

Nicolás Vercesi

Judy Jenner and Dagmar Jenner on November 2, 2011 at 5:38 PM said...

@Svetlana: we hope to see you next year in gorgeous San Diego!

@Nicolas: keeping fingers crossed for ATA 53. San Diego is very tempting, isn't it? ;)

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