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Women in Localization @LocWorld35

Are you attending LocWorld35 in Silicon Valley this year? There are so many reasons to attend, especially if you are a member of Women in Localization. This will be a great place to meet fellow members from all over the world.

Allison McDougall, Chair of Women in Localization says, “Women in Localization is delighted to partner with LocWorld, and to contribute our collective thought leadership to this important industry conference.  As always, I’m impressed with the diversity of our members’ conference sessions: from gender equality, to process automation and machine learning, to program management and budgeting.  During the conference, please be sure to chat with us at the designated Women in Localization table or over lunch.”

Here are the Women in Localization members you will meet and learn from:

W.L. Japan

Yukako Ueda – Chapter Founder
Miyuki Mori – Chapter Manager
Yoko Chiba – Assistant Chapter Manager
Mai Sawamura – Assistant Chapter Manager

W.L. Silicon Valley

Mimi Hills – W.L. Board Professional Advisor
Anna Schlegel – Board Member Global Expansion and co-founder
Loy Searle – Board Member Membership
Katell Jentreau – Former W.L. Board Member
Michele Carlson – Chapter Manager
Janice Campbell
Evaluating our Roles in the Age of Extreme Automation –
Hanna Kanabiajeuskaja
Global by Design –
Teresa Marshall – Executive Director Membership Committee
Sussu Laaksonen
Netflix uses MQM Metrics –
Lelani Prévost
Silvia Oviedo Lopez
Clair Tsai
Val Swisher
Managing the Linguistic Quality of Global Content –


Donna Parish
Laura Brandon
Manuela Noske
Karen Scipi

W.L. Netherlands

Clio Schils
Dace Dzeguze
Normalizing Quality Management –


Diana Ballard

W.L. – Argentina – Our newest chapter

Paula Estrella

W.L. Various Cities

Alessandra Binazzi – USA
Kathleen Bostick– Dallas, Texas
Lilian Rossi – Former Geo Manager of APAC – Singapore
Shannon Rose Farrell-Jackson – Minneapolis, Minnesota
Anne-Marie Colliander Lind – Vaxjo, Sweden
Anja Schaefer – Los Angeles, California
Evaluating our Roles in the Age of Extreme Automation
Janice Shae – Los Angeles, California
Jeanette Stewart – Las Vegas, Nevada