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Olga Osadcii

Russian & Romanian Interpreter OPEN WORLD Leadership Center ProgramMadison, Alabama
Cell Phone: 256-585-8354

Biographical Info

O B J E C T I V E S

Qualified professional Russian/English and Romanian/English interpreter/translator with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Hard-working, friendly and easy learning.

S K I L L S A N D Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S

 Provide bilingual Russian/English and Romanian/English language consecutive interpreting/translation services to various clients.  Excellent social skills – Ability to work with a wide range of people from various backgrounds, of all ages using communication skills  Familiarity with linguistic and cultural differences  Extensive experience in working with and for High Officials  Clear enunciation and pronunciation – Pleasant/professional voice and polite forms of expression  Excellent note-taking technique for consecutive interpreting  Adherence to the Code of Ethics for Interpreters 

E D U C A T I O N

 Journalism and Science of Communications. Journalist, Communication/Public Relations expert. State University of Moldova 1994-present (Bachelor degree, Master and PhD student)

 International Institute of Management, Business Administration/International

Economic Relations, State University of Moldova 1997-2000

P R O F E S S I O N A L E X P E R I E N C E

 Diplomatic Corp/Interpreter March 2013 –present Freelancer interpreter (The Open World Delegations sponsored by US Congress)

 Spring 2011 – present Diplomatic Corp The International Services Council

Communication expert  September 2008 – June 2010 European Union funded project, Straitening of the Primary Health care Reform in Moldova

 Country Director for Moldova January 2009 – august 2010 Dutch nongovernmental humanitarian organization AIDS Foundation East-West (AFEW)

 Representative in the country & Project manager October 2004 – December 2008 Dutch non governmental humanitarian organization AIDS Foundation East-West (AFEW)

 Represent the organization in R. Moldova and implement the project Mass media campaigns in the Republic of Moldova  Lecturer November 2001 – June 2010 Faculty of Journalism and Science of Communication, State University of Moldova

 Public Relations Course, Communication with mass media, Press office activity, Internal Communication of Public Institutions, Outdoor publicity

 The head of the Press Office, Ministry of Health April 2000 – December 2004 The World Bank Project “Reform in Health Sector”

 Public Relations Officer & PR Officer of the Ministry of Health, Republic of Moldova

 Director January 2000 – December 2000 The Association of Independent Press

 Executive Director

 Program Coordinator July 1998 – December 1999 Soros Foundation Moldova

 Media Program Director & Public Relations Officer

TV and radio activities  June-July 1998 OWH TV STUDIO, Reporter TV Program “Metropolis

 January 1998 – December 1999 Reporter National Television (Program “An evening with us”)

 First Independent Unda Libera Radio Station January 1998 DJ at the Radio Station Unda Libera

 March 1997 – July 1998 News Editor & Presenter, Unda Libera Radio Station

 October 1996 – May 1997 Editor & Presenter for the broadcast “The Dawn”

 (every morning, live broadcast), Unda Libera October 1994 – September 1996 Editor & Presenter “The Bank“

 Unda Libera Radio Station November 1993 – September 1994 First Independent Radio Station

 “Unda Libera”, Reporter

A D D I T I O N A L S K I L L S

 Ability to organize, supervise and conduct the implementation of the activities of a team;  Communication campaigns and BCC campaign elaboration, implementation and evaluation;  Organizing PR departments;  Organizing press conferences and briefings;  Evaluation & monitoring, including media monitoring;  Office Management and logistics, organisation of tenders and national shopping procedures;  Development, implementation and evaluation of projects and programs;  Organizing, conducting and providing needed logistics for seminaries, workshops, internships, study trips;  Strategy writing and implementation;  Trainer (internal and external communication of institutions, social campaigning, ATL and BTL, etc.);  Conducting focus groups and in depth interviews;  Producing analytical reports;  Writing of all types of media materials.

Education/Professoinal Credentials

P R O F E S S I O N A L I N T E R P R E T I N G E X P E R I E N C E

September 1998 – July 1999

Romanian/English interpreting for an American professor teaching university course

State University of Moldova, Department of Journalism

 

December 1999

Interpreting from French/Russian

Two days Seminar for young people involved in the young movements of the political parties in Moldova.

 

March 2000

Interpreting Romanian/English for the conference “Mass media and democracy” organized by the Journalism and Science of Communication Department, State University of Moldova

 

2000-2004

Interpreting Russian/English and Romanian/English

Occasional interpreting for High Official visiting Minister of Health (Republic of Moldova)

Translation Romanian/English and Russian/English of various Ministry of Health documents

 

January 2009 – August 2010

Interpreting and translations Russian/English, Romanian/English

AIDS Foundation East-West directors and officials visiting Moldova with local authorities like officials from the Ministry of Health, media representatives and local NGO’s representatives.

 

2009-2010

Interpreting and translating Romanian/English

Periodic interpreting and translation for the Team leader of the European Union funded project, Straitening of the Primary Health care Reform in Moldova at the meetings with officials from the field, journalists, local partners, life TV programs.

 

2012 – 2015

Interpreting Russian/English

Interpreting Romanian/English

The International Services Council of Alabama/Global Ties and Comnexus Group

15 Open World Delegations sponsored by the State Department and Library of the United States Congress from the Republic of Moldova, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Tajikistan.

 

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