Fabiene Rocha


Fabiene Rocha has worked as an interpreter since 1989.  Having started her English studies at age 10,  she finally  obtained the English Proficiency Certificates from the Cambridge and Michigan Universities at 17.  Her ambition was none other than to  master the language.

Around the same time, she began teaching EFL at language schools and business English to corporate executives in São Paulo. Meanwhile she obtained a degree in Industrial Design from FAAP.

Following a one-year stay in London, where she learned shorthand and brushed up her English, Fabiene joined  the translation / interpreting program of Alumni . In 1989 she obtained a diploma and embraced the profession. For five years, she worked as the assistant editor to the International Weekly Edition for a prestigious business newspaper at the time, where she acquired advanced translation and editing skills in key areas such as politics, finance, IT, agribusiness, economy and markets.

In 1995, she took an intensive Interpreting Skills Enhancement program at  Georgetown University.  In 2001, she obtained the  Diploma de Español como Lengua Extranjera – DELE, from the  Instituto Miguel de Cervantes in  São Paulo.

Member of  the Brazilian Association of Professional Conference Interpreters  (APIC).  Her areas of expertise include human and animal nutrition,  aviation,  mechanical engineering, Psychology, IT, press conferences and politics.  She still loves the job and studies hard for each and every assignment.