Vanessa Flores

Vanessa Flores, Owner, Translate NOLA, LLC

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Where are you from? I was born in California, but my entire family is from Mexico, so although my nationality is USA, I am from Mexico.

Where do you reside? I reside in Metairie, LA with my three children, Rhett, Oliver and Vivian

What is your favorite plan in New Orleans?

 I enjoy playing tourist for the day and go sightseeing. I especially enjoy the many museums this city offers.

Do you have any hobbies? I enjoy cake decorating, painting, and gardening. I am not the best at it, but it relieves stress and I get to release my creative side.

What is your professional background? I am currently attending my last year of law school at Southern University Law Center. I obtained my masters and bachelor’s in History from the University of New Orleans, and I studied Information Technology at the Instituto Tecnológico de Saltillo in Mexico.

What does your job entail? With Translate Nola, I mostly take care of PR and management, among other things. With having to attend law school I rely on my office manager for the everyday tasks, like taking requests and scheduling.

Why did you start this business? I have always been an interpreter. As a child, I interpreted for my mother and as a young adult I saw an immense need for competent interpreters in all fields, but especially in the legal and medical arena. I’ve always wanted to help out our immigrant community.

What does Translate Nola provide? We provide translation and interpretation services in over 20 languages.

Why should people choose Translate Nola?

Because we care about our clients and want to offer professional services at competitive prices, so in our case, you get more than what you pay for! We love to be of service and look forward to the opportunity to earn your trust.

What makes you proud about living and working in New Orleans? I love the opportunity to have this type of business in New Orleans because we have a strong diverse community.

 

AnaMaria Bech

Publisher

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Publisher's Note

I moved to the United States almost 20 years ago, and as a sports fan, I couldn't stand the fact that I did not understand how American football worked.

It was impossible not to get infected by the passion and the love New Orleanians have for the boys in the Black and Gold, so I made it a point to learn the basics and join the fun of watching the beloved Saints play.

I was lucky to suffer with a weak team only for a few years, and I was fortunate to be part of the WHO DAT Nation when they made it to the Super Bowl in Miami.

Even though the Super Bowl we wished for this year did not happen, our team gave us a great season, and off the field, many Saints players are doing so much for this community through their foundations and giving back some love to their fan base. Today, The Saints continue to be an essential driving force of our community.

It is amazing what passion and pride can do for the city of New Orleans. The Saints gave us an incredible season! I know we’ve had a few weeks of coping, and many people have decided to party away from television sets the night of the championship game, but I still want to thank the New Orleans Saints for all the joy they gave us this last season.

Like most of you, I'm always proud to yell out loud WHO DAT!

AnaMaria