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Meet Aurora Paul (Spanish Interpreter)

Updated: Apr 5

Aurora joined Be Moore Interpreting when it started. She, Zoila and Shirley worked together for a local community program, and once she heard they were launching a business she wanted to be a part of it. She has always been a supporter, advocate and friend of Be Moore Interpreting.

What are your pronouns?

she, her, her's

How do you pronounce your name?


Are you an interpreter/translator, for how long have you provided that service and why?

I have been interpreting for the past 22 years. I prefer interpretation because I have the ability to make contact with my community. In translation there's a lot of attention to detail and disconnection from the clients which I don't like.

What country are you originally from?


What's something funny folks don't know about you?

I love to sing, but I don't have a singing voice.

What's it like to partner with Be Moore Interpreting?


What are you personal goals and/or vision for your career?

I hope to someday move to Mexico and continue to provide interpreting from there. My future will be "International Spanish Interpreter."

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