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NB: As many interpreters know, our skills are called for on a regular basis in many different situations. As such, I will only be putting down events “of note”, which is not to say more important–for it is often lo cotidiano that brings the most pleasure and satisfaction!–only that they are big enough to worth a mention.


UFCW Chain Meeting, Omaha, NE
April 5th-7th, 2016
(with team)

Labor Notes 2016 Troublemaker’s Conference, Chicago, IL
April 1st-3rd, 2016
(with team)

Creating Change Conference, Chicago, IL
January 20th-24th, 2016
(with team)

UFCW Chain Meeting, Omaha, NE
November 17th-19th, 2015
(with team)

School of the Americas Watch Vigil, Columbus, GA
November 21st-23rd, 2014
November 20th-22nd, 2015
(with team)

Freedom Dreams, Freedom Now!, Chicago, IL
May 30th-May 31st, 2014
(with team)

Trinational Summit in Defense of Public Education, Chicago, IL
May 10th, 2014
(one day, with team)

Labor Notes 2014 Troublemakers Conference, Chicago, IL
April 4th-6th, 2014
(with team)

School of the Americas Watch Vigil, Columbus, GA
November 21st-24th, 2013
(with team)

Ni Vencidos, Ni Vendidos:
Race, Border Walls and the Politics of Not Selling Out
, Chicago, IL
September 7, 2013
(partner w/ 1 interpreter)

SEIU/WOCC training for Strike for 15, Chicago, IL
April 22nd-23rd, 2013
(partner w/ 1 interpreter)

CPS School Closing Hearings, Chicago, IL
April 4th, 12th, and 13th, 2013
(solo for all except 13th)

Chicago Teacher’s Union (CTU) Education Summit, Chicago, IL
December 8th, 2012

National Sexal Assault Conference: Revise, Rethink, Reclaim, Chicago, IL
August 22nd-23rd 2012
(two conference days with team)

National Latino Congreso, Chicago, IL
May 19th 2012
(final day, solo)

Labor Notes 2012 Troublemaker’s Conference, Chicago, IL
“Solidarity for the 99%”
May 4th – 6th 2012
(with Interpreters’ Collective)


As my work begins to be contracted on a more regular basis by different groups, I will begin to list them here in order to give an idea of precisely those ‘everyday’ events in which our skills as interpreters are called for.

Worker’s Organizing Committee of Chicago (WOCC)
ARISE Chicago