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WLPNW: How to elevate your career in the rapidly changing digital world

June 16 @ 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

The Pacific Northwest Chapter is hosting a panel of industry experts to discuss career, navigating our fast evolving field, and much more

You love localization, now what? How to elevate your career in the rapidly changing digital world.

Localization has become a reality for businesses of all sizes and a necessity for them to grow in the global economy. This growth opens up a wide range of opportunities for localization experts.

What this exponential growth means for us as localization industry professionals is that we are seeing more opportunities and a variety of career paths within the vast world of localization. It is possible to specialize in a specific function such as localization management, engineering, project or program management, QA and testing or overall account management and strategy, or focus on localization levels by industry or target audience. How do you advance your career in this infinite universe of possibilities?

The Women In Localization PNW chapter is excited to invite you to this event that will feature a panel of industry professionals, who will draw on their experience and talk about navigating the world of localization and how they explored and advanced their careers in the localization industry, and much more.

Please join us virtually for an interactive panel on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM PDT to learn how to leverage your knowledge and expertise in potential roles that fit you and evolve your career in the localization industry.

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Our expert panelists for the PNW WL panel discussion:

Manuela Noske, Community Manager, Translators without Borders

Lupe Gervás Pabón, Senior Director – Globalization, Disney+

Lea Fields, Global Program Director, Acclaro

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Women in Localization Pacific Northwest
Website:
http://www.womeninlocalization.com