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Tatiana Moos – language mediator for international communication

Russisch – Deutsch – Englisch

I grew up in Russia and my first step towards acquiring skills for international communication was my linguistic studies (English and German as a foreign language). I spent the first two years of my career teaching English as a private tutor before I decided to expand my horizons abroad. In Germany I  continued my higher education taking up postgraduate MBA studies with the focus on international management. That became a turning point and a facilitator of my career in Germany. With 10 years’ hands-on experience in a wide range of corporate roles I decided 2016 to start up my own business. Since 2009 I constantly extend my skills as a legal translator. That paved the way to my successful passing the state exam and becoming a publicly appointed and sworn translator.

  • My languages: Russian (mother tongue), German, English
  • Grown up in Russia, living and working in Germany for over 20 years
  • Linguistic studies in Russia (diploma with honours as a teacher of English and German)
  • Sound specialist knowledge of economics gained during studies of international management at Nürtingen-Geislingen University in southern Germany
  • Experienced in the field of international corporate communication including translation of press releases, marketing and advertising texts
  • Substantial understanding of technical issues due to 10 years of work experience in an engineering company
  • Stately certified translator for Russian and German (Hessische Lehrkräfte Akademie, 2019, Sächsisches Landesamt für Schule und Bildung, 2021), specialist area – legal translations
  • Publicly appointed and sworn translator for Russian and German (Landgericht Traunstein)
  • Long-time experience as a language trainer and examiner
  • I am a Marketing, Events and PR board member of the BDÜ (German Interpreters’ and Translators’ Association)
  • Last but not least: I continually further my professional education and undergo advanced training measures

Breakdown of my work experience

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