María Florencia Tebano is a Scientific-Literary Translator and Conference Interpreter (Universidad del Salvador) from Buenos Aires, Argentina. From 2000 thru 2005 she joined the University of Pennsylvania and served as Lecturer in Foreign Languages and as country-director for The Lauder Institute of Management & International Studies (The Wharton School). Her responsibilities included developing the syllabi for Business Spanish and Spanish for the Professions, as well as design and implementation of the language, academic, cultural and corporate agendas for the MBA/MA Summer Immersion Program in Mexico and Argentina.
Now based in Buenos Aires, she specializes in interpreter training in consecutive mode. As a freelance simultaneous and consecutive interpreter, some of her missions have included the G20 press conferences and bilateral meetings agenda, C20, W20 Engagement Group meetings in Buenos Aires, The Lancet- Guttmacher Institute, HDCA2018, OPCW inspections, UNICEF missions, The Economist’s Argentina Summit 2018, G20 First Education Working Group Meeting, Latin Finance2018, and the UINL Conference. She alternates her interpreting assignments with translation tasks for the CLADEA-BALAS Case Consortium (CBCC), Harvard Business Publishing, and UNESCO’s Higher Education book series for Universidad de Palermo, Argentina.