Nertila Konda

Head of International Project Management at Albaglobal

Founder, Team Leader, Volunteer

Tirana, Albania

I am truly honored to be recognized by such a reputable publication that spotlights the multitude of talents and contributions that the localization industry takes pride in. It is inspiring to see the incredible work being done across the localization industry, and I am grateful and appreciative to be included in this esteemed lineup.

Being featured in MultiLingual magazine’s influencer issue means that my passion and work have made an impact in a community that values and celebrates causes that go beyond translation and localization, and my nomination is a testament to the power of community engagement and social impact.

On a personal level, this acknowledgment serves as motivation and inspiration to continue striving and moving forward, as well as a recognition of my dedication to a cause that is very close to my heart, but that at the same time resonates with and speaks to many.

LocInPink’s success in bringing together localization professionals from around the globe to support a vital cause emphasizes the importance of community support and continuous engagement in driving change. I am genuinely excited for what the future has in store, and my heartfelt gratitude goes to my team of ambassadors and to everyone who’s supported the initiative along the way.



Nertila dedicates her free time to her initiative LocInPink, which connects a lot of people around the world.

Breast cancer awareness advocate, founder of the LocInPink initiative, incredible level of professionalism, and immense passion and dedication to work


By Kenneth Nielsen

Nertila is a trailblazer who single-handedly started a nonprofit initiative aiming at raising awareness about breast cancer in the localization industry. From its origins in Albania, LocInPink is now a global phenomenon with high-profile ambassadors and events such as “wear pink at work” — a day when the industry unites in supporting a cause that is potentially a matter of life and death in a female-dominated industry.


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