Anna Stout

Anna Stout

Anna Stout

Biographical Info Anna is a Certified Court Interpreter and ATA Certified Translator from Spanish to English and owns Transfinem Language & Cultural Services, a translation and cultural consulting business. She was previously a Certified Medical Interpreter. She has worked extensively within the legal (criminal, civil, family, immigration and corporate law) and medical fields and with Spanish-speaking populations throughout the state, including as an upper-division Spanish instructor at Colorado Mesa University and as an interpreter trainer throughout the Western Slope. She also specializes in audio transcription and has served as an expert witness in numerous high-profile felony cases for both the prosecution and the defense. Anna has a master’s degree in Global Affairs with an emphasis on Organizational Leadership from the University of Denver and a bachelor’s in Spanish Literature & Language and Applied Professional Spanish with a minor in International Relations from Colorado Mesa University. Anna is the founder and president of the Foundation for Cultural Exchange, a nonprofit dedicated to facilitating Grand Junction’s sister city in El Espino, El Salvador. Through that organization, Anna oversees a scholarship program for more than 30 high school and college students in and around El Espino. She also organizes citizen exchange delegations to the country, including annual spay/neuter brigades aimed at improving animal, human, environmental, and community health in the sister city community.

Email Address anna@transfinem.com

Level Professional

Languages English, Spanish

Native Language English

Specializations Workers’ Compensation, Immigration, Telephonic, Video Remote Interpreting (VRI), Legal/Court Interpreting, Depositions/Arbitrations, Medical, Translation (written to written), Transcription

Years of Experience 15

Biography Anna is a Certified Court Interpreter and ATA Certified Translator from Spanish to English and owns Transfinem Language & Cultural Services, a translation and cultural consulting business. She was previously a Certified Medical Interpreter. She has worked extensively within the legal (criminal, civil, family, immigration and corporate law) and medical fields and with Spanish-speaking populations throughout the state, including as an upper-division Spanish instructor at Colorado Mesa University and as an interpreter trainer throughout the Western Slope. She also specializes in audio transcription and has served as an expert witness in numerous high-profile felony cases for both the prosecution and the defense. Anna has a master’s degree in Global Affairs with an emphasis on Organizational Leadership from the University of Denver and a bachelor’s in Spanish Literature & Language and Applied Professional Spanish with a minor in International Relations from Colorado Mesa University. Anna is the founder and president of the Foundation for Cultural Exchange, a nonprofit dedicated to facilitating Grand Junction’s sister city in El Espino, El Salvador. Through that organization, Anna oversees a scholarship program for more than 30 high school and college students in and around El Espino. She also organizes citizen exchange delegations to the country, including annual spay/neuter brigades aimed at improving animal, human, environmental, and community health in the sister city community.


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