Biography: She was the former Executive Director and Certification and Testing Director for the National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters. She is a proud member of MING and the IMIA.
M.S., Penn State University
B.S., Northwestern University
National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters
Biography: Worked in 2 different hospitals there then we moved to Raleigh, NC and I worked as an Interpreter and later on Supervisor at Wake Med Health & Hospitals.
I am working at Children's for the past 1 1/2 year.
Michèle is a professional with over 16 years of combined experience in administrative services, broadcasting, communications, client relations, customer service, document translation, media production, medical interpretation, patient care, and project management. Prior to her current role, Michèle held different roles:
As a Communications Lead and Spokeswoman at the Consulate General of Haiti in Atlanta, she served as the main point of contact for all communications between the Consulate General of Haiti and the Georgia Haitian community, Governor’s office, private/non-profit organizations, local, media and broadcast parties, state and federal entities in Georgia.
As an Independent Contractor in French and Haitian-Creole Medical Interpreter, she provides translation services in the Metro Atlanta area for various agencies/clients with a focus on immigration, community relations and the medical field.
As an independent French and Haitian-Creole medical Interpreter, she provided translation services during the 2010 Haiti earthquake for Doctors Without Borders, the United States Navy, and the United Nation Stabilization Mission in Haiti.