TRANSLATOR AND CONFERENCE INTERPRETER
Donia Abou El Hassan
My name is Donia Abou El Hassan,
I come from a Tunisian/Egyptian family that moved to Italy. Languages are the common thread running through my life. I have lived in a universe of diverse cultures and worlds since childhood. I often found myself mediating between these hugely different realities. With time, I discovered that this was my true passion. I decided to make it my profession, which I have been doing for several years.
Since 2017, thanks to my roots, my job has been to make my clients communicate effectively in different languages: Italian, Arabic, English, French, and Spanish.
Thanks to courses and experiences in numerous humanitarian and non-profit organizations, I have further trained and specialized. Today, my expertise has developed in multiple sectors, covering corporate and institutional spheres, among others.
My mission is to provide precise and punctual service by collaborating closely with the customer.
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