Valérie Martel



Valérie Martel, one of Ramp’s multiple translators, is a highly skilled translator and reviewer, specializing in English to French (Canadian) and Spanish to French (Canadian) translation. With a passion for language and an unwavering commitment to excellence, Valérie has established herself as a trusted professional in the translation industry. Valérie brings her expertise and linguistic prowess to various fields, ensuring accurate and culturally appropriate translations.

Valérie is a certified translator and member of the Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec (OTTIAQ). She holds a Bachelor’s degree in English to French translation from Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, with a specialization in legal translation. She also completed a Bachelor’s degree in Hispanic Studies and Spanish to French translation at Université de Montréal. This diverse educational background has equipped her with a deep understanding of language nuances and cultural intricacies.

Valérie’s professionalism and dedication to her craft are evident. She has been working as a freelance translator and reviewer since 2016, offering high-quality translation services and excellent customer support. Valérie is known for her ability to meet tight deadlines while maintaining the utmost attention to detail, ensuring that her translations are accurate in terminology, grammar, syntax, and style.

Valérie’s areas of expertise cover a wide range of specialized subjects including the economy, finance, taxes, and insurance, legal, occupational health and safety, marketing, travel, tourism, and hospitality, sustainability, and cooking.

Valerie volunteered as a translator for the Petawawa Military Family Resource Center (PMFRC) from 2017 to 2021, contributing her skills to support military families.

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