Originally from Mexico City, Lorena is a native Spanish-speaker who holds a BS in Accounting and postgraduate certificates in Taxes, Translation and Interpreting.
Giving back to the community is very important to Lorena, this is why she spearheaded a grassroots non-profit organization called Cultura Comunitaria, where she volunteered as a computer literacy instructor. Lorena holds a Master of Arts in Spanish from UNLV where she taught Spanish (2009-2013) in the Department of World Languages and Culture. She is the immediate past president of the Nevada Interpreters and Translators Association,the editor of the e-NITA Newsletter, and Chair of NITA’s Advocacy Committee.
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