Aline Casanova is originally from Mexico and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Dance Pedagogy from the University of New Mexico.
After being a cultural entrepreneur and an English teacher in Madrid, she completed a Master’s in Conference Interpreting from the University of La Laguna in 2013.
She is a freelance interpreter accredited by the United Nations Office in Geneva and is currently based in Madrid. She works from English and French into Spanish and from Spanish into English.
27 November 2018 | 56 mins 6 secs
Giving and receiving feedback is a crucial part of not only becoming an interpreter, but also continuously improving yourself, your business habits and your interpreting skills.
Aline Casanova and some brave fellow interpreters joined forces and introduced the world to InterpretimeBank, a platform by and for interpreters. InterpretimeBank is for honing your skills, as well as giving and receiving feedback from a feedback partner. Aline joins the Troublesome Terps to talk about why it is important to keep on trying to improve yourself, what makes good feedback good and how to both, give and receive it.