Daskalopoulou, Nagia

Nagia Daskalopoulou holds two Masters of Arts, one in Translation (2016) and one in Conference Interpreting (2017) at Hellenic American University. She has been working as a freelance translator and conference interpreter in Greek and English, mainly on EU programs, legal translation, literary translation and conference interpreting (e.g. UNHCR, EU GRAGE Project, ΕU TRITON Project, Greek Ministries, Government Gazettes of Greece). She is the translator of the award-winning novel “Unsheltered” (2020), written by Barbara Kingsolver, an American novelist and poet. Since 1998, she has been teaching English as a foreign language to Greek young learners and adults at the Foreign Language School she owns and runs, being the Director of Studies. She holds a Diploma in TESOL-Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages, Hellenic American University, Centre of Applied Linguistics and Language Studies (2008).

She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in teaching the Greek language (National and Kapodistrian University, 1997). She is a member of the Panhellenic Association of Language School Owners-Teachers, a member of the Exams Guidelines Committee of the aforementioned association and a member of the Professional Chamber of Athens. Ms Daskalopoulou is an adjunct faculty member and teaches in the MAT program.

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