NPR’s Ailsa Chang speaks with Barry Slaughter Olsen, an interpreter who has worked with the State Department, about the interpreter’s code of ethics and not talking about what was said in private meetings.
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Jason is a certified court and medical interpreter for Spanish working freelance in Louisville, KY. He spent 19 years as a full-time Spanish (monolingual) volunteer in the U.S. and Latin America before becoming a professional interpreter and translator. He is enthusiastic about learning and helping others which is why he continues to dedicate, on average, 70 hours a month as a volunteer serving the Latino community in his area. View all posts by Jason Knapp