Freelance Translation Studio is organized into several departments: Eastern Europe Department, Northern Eurasia Department, Central Asian Department and Caucasian Department.
The Head of the Eastern Europe Department is Julia Sergeyeva. Julia has been working with us for more than 6 years. She’s got MA in Linguistics (German) and MBA. She has over 14 years of experience working in business administration, human resources and public relations. She coordinates projects from English to Ukrainian, from German to Ukrainian, from Italian to Ukrainian, from Spanish to Ukrainian, from Chinese to Ukrainian, from French to Ukrainian, from Hebrew to Ukrainian; English to Belorussian, from German to Belorussian, from Italian to Belorussian, from Spanish to Belorussian, from Chinese to Belorussian, from French to Belorussian, from Hebrew to Belorussian; English to Romanian (Moldavian), from German to Romanian (Moldavian), from Italian to Romanian (Moldavian), from Spanish to Romanian (Moldavian), from Chinese to Romanian (Moldavian), from French to Romanian (Moldavian), from Hebrew to Romanian (Moldavian).
The Head of the Northern Eurasia Department is Tanja Linyk. Tanja joined our team in 2003. She’s got MA in web-design in Kyiv Politechnical Institute in 2002. Since 2009 she coordinates the translation and localization projects with the following pairs: English to Russian, Bulgarian to Russian, Hungarian to Russian, Greek to Russian, Spanish to Russian, Italian to Russian, Lithuanian to Russian, German to Russian, Polish to Russian, Portuguese to Russian, Romanian to Russian, Slovak to Russian, Slovenian to Russian, Finnish to Russian, French to Russian, Czech to Russian, Swedish to Russian, Estonian to Russian, Chinese to Russian, Hebrew to Russian
The Head of the Central Asian Department and Caucasian Department is Kuat Shildebaev. He works with the translation and localization projects from English, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Greek, Danish, Irish, Spanish, Italian, Lettish, Lithuanian, German, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Finnish, French, Czech, Swedish, Estonian, Chinese, Hebrew into Kazakh language, Kirghiz language, Tajik language, Turkmen language, Uzbek language, Armenian language and Azerbaijan language.