I am Lisa Simpson, a translator, editor & project manager working in English, French, Portuguese & Spanish. I specialise in climate change, global development, human rights, migration and public health.
I was brought up speaking Portuguese in Brazil and I learnt French, Spanish and Russian at school and then at university with periods of study in Minsk, Kyiv and Salamanca.
I began my career in London in 1990 and spent eight years managing shipping and finance teams in companies trading with the former Soviet Union. I started my own business as an independent language & communications specialist in 1998, managing projects for a global client base.
I hold the Diploma in Translation from the Chartered Institute of Linguists and have completed a number of stringent translation tests for international organisations and European government bodies.
After 10 years living in France, I returned to the UK in 2010 and am currently based in Devon.
“Lisa’s work is always of an extremely high quality, combining accuracy and fluency. She is quick to respond to enquiries and always delivers on time making her a pleasure to work with. I would not hesitate to recommend Lisa as a professional translator.”
“The results of her work make it clear that Ms Simpson is a conscientious translator who thoroughly and efficiently researches the subject matter. Furthermore, she consistently fulfils all commitments and is always ready to help with solutions to questions and problems.”