Corine Fortunato-Jackson

Translates from Spanish and English into French, and from French into English with an American writer.

Corine Fortunato-Jackson

Corine started her career as a translator at Sochata Snecma immediately after graduating from the Sorbonne Nouvelle.
With the responsibility of translating overhaul/repair manuals and reports for aircraft engines, this first experience gave her a unique insight into technical translations and various engineering fields.
She then moved to Chicago in 1987 where she worked for 7 years at Rotary International, a large not-for-profit organization as Head of the Translation Department and Interpreter.
This managing position taught her the intricacy of copywriting and editing in a wide range of written material–promotional literature, speeches, legal documents. She also served as a conference interpreter at international meetings. Working in close collaboration with the World Health Organization, this is where she gained her translation expertise in the medical and development areas.
Since 1994, she has been located in the Nice area. Her work includes translation, editing and technical writing in the areas of marketing, IT, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, sustainable development or energy, with a specialization in highly visible translations, such as corporate communication, technical manuals and Web sites.

Francois Delzors

Translates from English, German and Italian into French.

François Delzors

François has graduated from the Fachhochschule Köln (Germany) with a Master's degree in Translation and Interpretation while working as a translator and news speaker at Deutsche Welle, Germany’s international broadcaster.
When returning to France in 1995, he set up his own business and first turned towards the translation of novels (Father of Frankenstein – Christopher Bram – 1995, Privileged conversation – Evan Hunter – 1996, Gladly the Cross-Eyed Bear – Ed McBain – 1996) before specializing in IT, localization and telecommunications for customers based in the Sophia Antipolis science park as well as for international and national clients.
He then diversified in other subject areas, such as banking & finance, industry automation & engineering or EU reports.
Together with Sophie and Corine, he founded Lingualis in 2003.

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Sophie Lina

Translates from German and English into French.

Sophie Lina

After graduating from the Nice-Sophia Antipolis University with a Master’s degree in Applied Foreign Languages in the late 80s, Sophie rapidly turned towards translation, first working as liaison interpreter, then holding several translation positions in the banking sector before deciding to be a freelance translator in the early 90s.

Her interest for technical subjects and a thriving IT market led her to the localization field for world-leading software developers targeting not only the general public but also professionals, notably in the medical branch. Today, her expertise ranges from industry automation to sustainable development, engineering and energy production.

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Laurent Cattin

Translates from English and Italian into French.

Laurent Cattin

A graduate from Esit ( École Supérieure d'Interprètes et de Traducteurs) in Paris, Laurent has been working in the translation fields since the beginning of the 90s.

He started his carreer as a translator for an IT service company based in Paris, where he specialized in IT and localization.
After two years, he became responsible for the opening of a branch in the Sophia-Antipolis science park. In 1994, he decided to set up his own business and deversified in other subject matters, particularly energy, environment, design, electronics, retailing, development, marketing and other fields. After a rewarding experience in Senegal in the early 2000, where he set up and managed a translation agency for more than 5 years, he joined the Lingualis group in 2010.

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