Represent the interests of professional translators and interpreters.
Contribute to the improvement of working conditions for translators and interpreters, and to guarantee their social recognition.
Facilitate training and professional development for professionals.
Offer resources and activities open to the public that benefit society as a whole.
Encourage membership in professional associations and promote culture.
THE APTIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
FULL VOTING MEMBERS
Angelica Maria Ripa, Gemma Rovira
Organises talks, courses and other activities offered by the APTIC.
Maria Coll, Florencia Di Stefano, Natalja Dudek, Paula Meiss, Tim James Morris, Anna Navarro, Aisha Prigann, Asun Renau, Eva Rosell, Can Yüce.
APTIC continues to grow and is active on more and more fronts. A new commission was set up, on the initiative of several members who wanted to work more closely with the association. We have called it the CREA committee (crea means ‘create’ in both Catalan and Spanish) and its members are people who bring with them a fresh point of view and new approaches.
It aims to be an incubator for ideas for a constantly-changing association, to carry on innovating and offering better services to its members and to the profession in general.
Carolina Bordonado, Gemma Brunat, Natalja Dudek, Lucie Pacho, Elías Rivas, Eva Rosell and Inca Vallès, none of whom are members of the Executive Committee.
Public Relations Committee
Promotes and coordinates relations with other institutions. Represents APTIC in the Red Vértice network, which brings together different associations of translators, interpreters and editors in Spain.
Maya Busqué, Paola Tormo.
Tax Issues Committee
Translates and proofreads content published on the APTIC website.
Pol Aixàs, Vicky Alins, Elvira Arderius, Simon Berrill, Florencia Bonseñor, Sílvia Calatayud, Nuria Caminero, Maria Causadías, Eva Dallo, Alba Duch, Adolf Fuertes, Tamara García, José Ángel Hombrados, Rob Lunn, Iris Osorio, Judith Rodríguez, Iolanda Serrabassa.
Represents APTIC in the academic sphere and helps students in Translation and Interpreting faculties understand our field better.
Noemí Funakawa, Marta Morros, Christian Olalla, Asun Renau, Damien Zalio.