United Nations Office in Geneva
Anne Aboh-Dauvergne has been working for more than 25 years in the language business: in the public and private sector, in the academic world, and since 2003 in international organizations, i.e. the International Criminal Court (ICC), and the Office of the United Nations at Geneva (UNOG), where she currently holds the position of Deputy Chief of the Languages Service and Chief of the Translation and Editorial Support Section. She holds degrees in translation, terminology and European Studies from the University of Geneva. She has been a certified Prince2 practitioner since 2013.
Anne has a strong interest, among others, in CAT tools development; support services for translators, editors and interpreters; multilingual terminology management; terminology for languages of lesser diffusion. She is a strong advocate for training and continuous learning.
She has been actively participating in the International Annual Meeting on Computer-Assisted Translation and Terminology (JIAMCATT) since 2003, and has been a member of several of its working groups. She presented her paper “A methodology for terminology with African languages in an international setting” at the FIT Conference in Shanghai in 2008.