People Project

Meet our interpreters and translators who each give a voice to others

Meet our interpreters and translators who each give a voice to others

Yvette Pearce - Friday, March 22, 2019

 

They come from different backgrounds and speak 180+ different languages.  They bring worlds of knowledge, and lifetimes of experience.   

Some have a gift for words, others have a gift for people. Some are refugees wanting to help others, others are retiring CEOs.

They each give a voice to others, and all of them have their own story.

Our People Project gives you a closer look at the people giving a voice...

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Meet Dolly Srour

Meet Dolly Srour

Yvette Pearce - Wednesday, March 20, 2019

 

Dolly was born in Beirut, Lebanon and has been a leading Arabic interpreter at LanguageLoop for the past 3 years, specialising in working in early childhood and development
services.

Dolly came to be an interpreter through volunteering with the Hume City Council, facilitating art classes and helping out by interpreting for different groups within the community. Through this...

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Meryem Doydu’s Story

Meryem Doydu’s Story

Yvette Pearce - Wednesday, February 20, 2019

 

Meryem was born in Turkey, however has lived most of her life in Australia, making her home and raising a family in Mildura where she has been working as an interpreter for LanguageLoop for the past 15 years.

When Meryem’s family first arrived in Australia they lived in a migrant hostel in Villawood NSW with other Turkish families who had also recently immigrated. During this time her parents struggled to...

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