Catalina J. Natalini holds a Masters degree in English Linguistics and Literature from the University of Zurich,
Switzerland. Ms. Natalini is a Certified Court Interpreter in the language pair English-Spanish. Currently, she
works as a freelance interpreter and translator for the courts and several school districts in the states of Delaware
and Maryland. In 2008, the Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court appointed her as a member of the State of
Delaware Court Interpreter Advisory Board.
Beyond her graduate studies, Ms. Natalini has attended numerous interpreting and translation seminars most notably
the "Training of Trainers in the Teaching of Interpretation" organized by the Graduate School of Translation and
Interpretation, Monterey Institute of International Studies and the National Foreign Language Center of the University
of Maryland; and the "2009 Agnese Haury Institute for Interpretation" at the University of Arizona.
Ms. Natalini has been a guest speaker on interpretation at the National Association of Judicial Educators Conference
in Philadelphia, PA. in August 2008. She presented as a panelist on interpreter ethics at the Third East Coast
Regional Conference, Translator and Interpreter Development, in Philadelphia, PA. in June 2009. And in September
2009, she participated as a speaker in the Education Program, The Language of Justice, organized by Widener University
School of Law, Legal Institute and the Pennsylvania Interbranch Commission on Gender, Racial & Ethnic Fairness.
Ms. Natalini is a member of the American Translator's Association.