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Women in Localization Announce New Utah Chapter

Women in Localization Announce New Utah Chapter

Utah Chapter Launch Announcement

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, USA March 12, 2018 / Women in Localization (W.L.), the leading professional organization for women in the localization industry, is delighted to announce the launch of a new Chapter in Utah. This will also be W.L.’s fourteenth (14th) Chapter and the fourth chapter in the United States.

Leading the new Utah Chapter is Lelani Craig. She is the President of CommGap International Language Services. As the Chapter Manager, Lelani, based in the greater Salt Lake City area, is working to solidify the new Chapter leadership team and event schedule for 2018 effective immediately.

Chapter manager Lelani Craig states, “I have been involved in the language industry for over twenty years. I first learned about Women in Localization as an organizer of the Silicon Slopes Localization group in Utah. I knew W.L. would be a perfect fit for the Utah market. Utah has had explosive growth in the startup and tech community which has created a need for learning, networking and advancement for women in the localization industry. I am thrilled for the opportunity to bring this amazing group to Utah.”

“I am confident that Lelani Craig will be a fantastic leader as Chapter Manager of our newest chapter. Utah has a thriving localization marketplace and is a perfect region for Women in Localization’s expansion. I look forward to partnering with Lelani to ensure the chapter’s success. I am excited to see this new chapter expand their network and become as strong as their fellow chapters.” Cecilia Maldonado, Women in Localization Geo Manager for the Americas.

About Women in Localization

Women in Localization (W.L.) was founded in 2008 by Silvia Avary-Silveira, Eva Klaudinyova and Anna N. Schlegel, and is the leading professional organization for women in the localization industry with over 3,000 members globally. Its mission is to foster a global community for the advancement of women and the localization industry. It aims to provide an open, collaborative forum where women can share expertise and experience and help each other move forward in their careers. Started in the San Francisco Bay Area, W.L. has expanded its membership to include women across the globe, encouraging members to meet in other local geographies. To learn more, visit www.womeninlocalization.com or www.linkedin.com/groups/911827/profile. You can also follow W.L. on Facebook and Twitter.

Media Contact:

Liesl Leary

Women in Localization

Phone: (415) 203-7179

Email: lleary@sdl.com


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