About Colorado Interpreter
Founder Pame Bradford has been active in the interpretation and translation fields since her years at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, where she studied English and her native castellano (Castilian Spanish) in Santiago, Chile.
In 1996, an extended vacation to the United States exposed a strong need for quality interpretation services as she toured Miami, Houston, and other heavily Latino population centers.
Married in 1997 to an English major, Pame continued to study and refine her command of both English and Spanish, and was soon assisting friends and coworkers with translations in areas such as immigration law, dealing with the INS/BCIS, and in preparation for legal proceedings.
Upon her arrival in Denver, Colorado, she discovered a small but vibrant Chilean community, as well as Spanish-speaking first and second generation Latinos from Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Central and South America.
Social networks presented a steady stream of requests from lawyers, hospitals, and corporations, and Pame founded Colorado Interpreter to formalize the professional interpretation she'd been doing for over a decade.
With a determination to establish Colorado Interpreter as Denver's foremost interpretation firm, she continues to study and translate for a variety of clients on a daily basis.
In 2008, Pame began work to achieve one of the most highly-accredited reaches of linguistics, the Colorado Court Interpreter certification program, and in August 2008, passed the written exam.
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