Our Team

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Andrew Montminy
English-to-French Translator
Christine Villeneuve
Certified English-to-French Translator
David Hagen
French-to-English Translator/English Copywrite...
Denis Dufresne
Client Service Supervisor, Finance and Technic...
Elise Gagnon
Certified English-to-French Translator
Elizabeth West
Certified French-to-English Translator
Frédéric Demers
English-into-French Translator/French Copyedit...
Grant Hamilton
President, Certified French-to-English Transla...
Grégory Avenet
Vice President of Operations
Julie Plovnick
Certified French-to-English Translator/English...
Karina Tremblay
Certified English-to-French Translator
Ken Howe
French-to-English Translator/English Copywrite...
Lianne Seykora
French-to-English Translator
Marie-Frédérique Lesclauze
Client Service Coordinator
Maryse Harvey
Certified English-to-French Translator
Matthew Knoderer
Certified French-to-English Translator/Editor
Maxime Boucher
English-to-French Translator
Rachel Hewitt
French-to-English Translator
Rachel Malleck
French-to-English Translator
Simon Lemieux
English-to-French Translator
Susan Johnson
French-to-English Translator
Violet Kutniowski
Certified French-to-English Translator
“ I thrive on the "game" of translation, juggling terms and expressions, treading the tightrope of meaning, unraveling the threads of one language and reweaving them in another. ”
Julie Plovnick
Certified French-to-English Translator/English Copywriter and Editor

After earning a B.A. in French in 1990, Julie traded her native Minnesota for sunny California and the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Before completing an M.A. in translation, she took a year off to study and work in Belgium. In 1995, her book-length translation of a French woman's autobiography was published by Northeastern University Press. Soon thereafter, she followed her husband to Rota, Spain. Upon returning to the U.S. two years later, she set up shop as a freelance translator and editor.

Julie fell in love with Quebec City when her involvement with a wolf protection organization brought her there for the first time in 2001. Today, the love affair continues, but in her professional capacities with Anglocom. Apart from translation, her passions include crossword puzzles, yoga, rollerblading, and animal and environmental issues.