Interpreting in Houston with the Interfaith Worker Justice Center
Since 2005, extensive experience interpreting in a variety of legal, medical, conference and community settings.

Trained in legal interpreting at the Agnese Haury Institute at the National Center for Interpretation at the University of Arizona.

Also trained in interpreting for social justice and multilingual space-building by Roberto Tijerina through the Highlander Research and Education Center.

Licensed as a Spanish-English Court Interpreter by the National Consortium of State Courts.

Co-Founder of Antena, a language justice and language experimentation collaboration with Jen Hofer, which works to create multlingual spaces using simultaneous interpreting technology.

For more information, contact me at plujo7 at gmail dot com.