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Old German Script Course
-2009- Present. Director of Geist Institute
-1991 – Present. Self-Employed Translator
Specializing in German -> English Translation of Old German Script, 18th/19th Century Manuscripts. American Translators Association certified 1999.
-Ph.D. in German Studies (2004) University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
-B.A. (1984) Wake Forest University.
-Certificate in Non-Profit Mgmt (2013) Duke University
-Historic Documents Editing Internship, “Camp Edit” (2007)
National Historic Preservation &Records Commission/ Univ of Wisconsin
-Old German Script Course (1991) Moravian Archives, Bethlehem, PA