Tag: Women in Localization

Vidushi Kapoor

Vidushi Kapoor

"It's an immense honor to have been nominated alongside so many stalwarts I look up to. To be nominated alongside my father — my ultimate hero — is an unmatched feeling."
Tetyana Struk

Tetyana Struk

"This recognition honors the language industry's vital role in connecting the world while respecting and cherishing unique cultural identities."

Women in Localization to Open New Chapters in 2024

Women in Localization will focus on rapid but intentional growth and extend its reach across the globe this year with new chapters.
Marina Ilari

Marina Ilari

"The initiatives I get involved with are about effecting change and making a difference — whether it's in a particular industry, community, or broader societal issues. If that’s influencing, then I’m all about it!"
Maria Malykhina

Maria Malykhina

"In times of war in Ukraine, I am happy to have my invincible team on one side and my good friends from all over the world on the other."

Women in Localization Announces 2024 President and Board

Women in Localization is proud to announce co-founder Anna N. Schlegel as the organization’s President for 2024.

Women in Localization Awards: STAR and Kudos

Women in Localization Awards: STAR and Kudos BY CAMERON RASMUSSON Most nonprofit organizations live or die by their volunteers' hard work and passion — or lack thereof....

Community is Strength

For 15 years, women in the language and localization industry have had a helping hand. Founded in 2008 by Silvia Avary-Silveira, Eva Klaudinyova, and Anna N. Schlegel, Women in Localization has helped professionals — both men and women — navigate the challenges and opportunities of language work. But you can’t ignore the women in Women in Localization.

Women in Localization: Questions for the new President, previous President, and...

On January 4, Women in Localization (WL) announced their new president and board members for 2023. MultiLingual Media reached out with some questions for...

Women in Localization Announces 2023 President and Board

SUNNYVALE, California, USA, January 4, 2023. Women in Localization (W.L.), the leading professional organization for women in the localization industry, is proud to announce...

Women in Localization looks forward to a busy 2022

There’s no better organization to guide women — and the industry — toward a brighter future than Women in Localization. The leading community and advocacy group for industry women, Women in Localization heads into 2022 with a finalized board and fresh vision.

Women in Localization Announces 2022 Board and Sponsors

Cecilia Maldonado returns as President of Women in Localization and head of the Operations and Metrics Programs. Global Sponsors and W.L. work closely to support a worldwide community for the advancement of women in the localization industry.

Friday Roundup | December 18, 2020

Smartling announces new Adobe integration Translation management system provider Smartling has announced its latest Adobe tools integration. In the past, the platform has connected to...

Friday Roundup | November 13, 2020

Lilt Labs opens registration for upcoming webinar, Rethinking Your Customer Engagement Strategy, with CSA Research Join Lilt Labs next week when CSA Research shares insight...

Mental Wellness a Focus for SDL, Women in Localization

Women in Localization and SDL will coordinate to organize workshops and events centered around the mental wellbeing of industry workers and the general community. SDL,...

Friday Roundup | Oct 2, 2020

Women in Localization announces renewed sponsorship agreement with RWS Moravia Women in Localization, the leading professional organization for women in the localization industry, has announced...

Multilingual moms rock

Remember to think “diversity” and include gender and roles in your UX research. That includes gender-based and language-based roles in your user research screener. And, bear in mind, “roles” are not always about ‘9 to 5’ jobs, as any full-time parent will tell you.