Seb graduated from Front Range Community College with an Associates in Interpreter Preparation in 2020. They will be going back to school next year to finish their four-year degree. They hope to eventually work with the Autism community, as well as interpret in mental health settings.
In the meantime, they are working as a freelance interpreter. When Seb is not interpreting, they work at their mother’s bakery, “The Enchanted Oven”, managing, baking, and crafting special design cakes!
When Seb is not interpreting, they are on the ice! Up until 2015, Seb was a competitive Ice Skater and competed in Junior National, and Sectional Events. They do not compete anymore; however they will skate for fun when they have the time. Seb also enjoys painting, taking care of plants, and hanging out with cats.
Fun Fact: Seb recently got a kitten named Camper!
Sophia graduated from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona in 2007 with a degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in American Sign Language. Shortly after graduating, Sophia moved to Denver, Colorado in 2008 to pursue a degree in Interpreter Preparation from Front Range Community College. Sophia has been a community and freelance interpreter in the Denver metro area since 2011 and became RID certified in 2017. Sophia is also the current Member at Large for Colorado RID, as well as the chair for the mentoring committee, and truly enjoys the role and giving back to the Colorado Interpreting community.
When Sophia is not interpreting in the field, you can find her stand-up paddleboarding in the summer, skiing in the winter, or putting the finishing touches on her soon-to-be-published novel. She also enjoys traveling around the world, seeking adventures, having new life experiences, and appreciating other cultures.
Fun Fact: Sophia plans to visit all 50 states and all 7 continents before she dies. Currently, she has visited 46 states and 4 continents!