WeInterpret.net hires Ron Burke to fill the position of Chief Operations Officer.
WeInterpret.net Hires New Chief Operations Officer Columbia, MD, May 19, 2015 –(PR.com)– WeInterpret.net is proud to welcome Ron Burke as the newest addition to their staff. Ron will take over the duties as Chief Operations Officer assisting the President in overseeing daily operations of the agency and each office, as well as building and strengthening each department. Ron will also use his experience in marketing and business development to build the agency’s Video Remote Interpreting and On-Site Interpreting programs.
Ron Burke has over 18 years of experience in the field of interpreting services, most recently as Chief Operations Officer at HisSign. Prior to working with HisSign, Ron worked with Birnbaum Interpreting Services for twelve years.
“I am extremely excited for this new addition. Ron is very talented and has a lot of great experience, but above all, I feel that because of his personality and good nature, he will fit perfectly into our WIN family. A lot of exciting things are happening for WeInterpret right now and having Ron as part of our team is one of them.”
-Tauna Faries, President
With offices located in Maryland, New Mexico, and Oregon, WeInterpret.net (WIN) is dedicated to providing equal access through readily available interpreting. We are proud to support the local and national Deaf community through quality interpreting services. WIN was established as Maryland Interpreting Services in 1996. With the introduction of its services on the World Wide Web in 2003, the company changed its name to WeInterpret.net. Since then, WIN has expanded to provide interpreting services throughout the nation. WIN has extensive experience providing interpreters within government, corporate, medical, legal, educational, religious, and entertainment settings. The company has more than 1,700 qualified and professional staff and contractor interpreters. This makes it possible for WIN to provide thousands of hours of service each month. WIN is constantly striving to meet the needs of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities effectively and efficiently.