SENSE Freelancers

Are you looking for a translator, editor, proofreader, copywriter, trainer or other English-language professional? The SENSE freelance register provides the contact details of nearly all of the freelance members in the Society, as well as their skills, specializations and services. This user-friendly search tool will help you reach the best language professional for your job, quickly and easily. (SEE DISCLAIMER)

Before searching the freelance register for the first time, please read the sections about Questions to expect from the freelancer and Criteria for choosing a freelancer (see blocks above). This will help you find a suitable freelancer for your assignment.

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Zachary Tobin

Services translating
Specialities law
Qualifications B.A. English; J.D. (Law degree)
Experience Practiced as attorney for more than 10 years
Translator since September 1997 (freelance since May 2002)
Native English speaker Yes
Language pairs Dutch to English
Sworn translator No

Erin Goedhart-Stallings

Services copywriting, editing, proofreading, translating
Specialities arts and culture, business, communications and media, education, engineering and technology, government, social sciences
Qualifications B.A., Urban Studies
Experience I am an American editor, writer and Dutch-to-English translator in Groningen and I have more than 15 years experience helping businesses and individuals communicate more clearly in English. I frequently work on academic texts but have also recently edited or translated website texts, an art gallery program and even a horror film script. In the US, I worked as an in-house editor or technical writer for an engineering firm, Deloitte & Touche, and Washington State Ferries.
Native English speaker Yes
Language pairs Dutch to English
Sworn translator No