The magazine MultiLingual (ISSN 1523-0309) originated as a buyer’s guide in 1987 and is distributed in print and digital format six times a year to 40,000 readers in 109 countries. It covers topics ranging from technical internationalization to project management to language histories in industries as varied as medical devices and games. It contains reviews of new products and books and gives you the latest news and opinions.
Digital versions of the magazine dating from 2006 onward are available online for subscribers.
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The MultiLingual Media corporate office is located in North Idaho in the Selkirk Mountains. We’re in the small town of Sandpoint on Lake Pend Oreille, 11 miles from Schweitzer Mountain Resort. Sandpoint is one of those places that’s easy to fall in love with and encourages people to move to the Idaho panhandle. Our offices are on the second floor of two turn-of-the-century (last century) buildings with brick walls and lots of skylights.
Marjolein Groot Nibbelink
Director of Sales and Advertising
Marjolein realized early on that the Netherlands was too small for her. After traveling to 30+ countries over the span of 10 years she moved to the United States in 2014. She holds a degree in Communication from the University of Rotterdam and has long had an affinity for creative writing.
Katie has been working as the managing editor of MultiLingual since March 2008. She has bachelor’s degrees in French and journalism as well as a master’s degree in English with an emphasis on linguistics. She has taught English on three continents. In her spare time Katie enjoys rock climbing, snowboarding and a variety of other outdoor activities, and writes for travel and adventure publications. Her personal blog, Culture, Adventure, Stillness, is found at kbotkin.com.