My Work Experience
I started my career as freelance international conference interpreter in 1995.
I lived in several countries, always travelling across the globe for my clients, before I moved my domicile from London to the Netherlands.
I have interpreted for institutional clients and international organisations (in alphabetical order): Antarctic Treaty System, BSEC, BSTDB, Council of Europe, EBRD, European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, European Commission, OECD, OSCE, UEFA, UNDP, UNESCO-IHE, UNWTO, WHO, World Economic Forum, World Islamic Forum, and others.
When based in Greece, I provided interpretation and translation services for the Hellenic Parliament and the Greek Government serving international ministerial and department meetings.
During the 2004 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Athens I worked as Official Olympic interpreter of the ATHENS 2004 Organising Committee.
When based in the United Kingdom, I interpreted at parliamentarians’ meetings at the House of Commons, at meetings of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), as well as UK Trade & Investment (UK Department for International Trade), among others.
Currently I am based in The Hague, the Netherlands.
Law and Courts
I have interpreted at Arbitration hearings at the International Dispute Resolution center in London, Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Eurojust and meetings of the
International Association of Prosecutors (IAP).
Medical studies have given me the edge in interpreting at medical and pharmaceutical conferences. I believe this is where I stand out and make a true difference by tapping into my medical knowledge and expertise. It also greatly benefits my medical translations.
Here is an indicative list of medical and pharmaceutical subjects I have covered working at medical conferences, investigators’ meetings, webinars and GMP inspections over the last two decades:
Αsthma, Cardiology, Cognition and Nootropics, Dentistry, Diabetes, Epilepsy, HIV, Myelosuppression, Pain Management & Orthopedics, Oncology, Parkinson’s disease, Rare diseases, Rheumatology, among others.