We are Chinese ASAP
Here you can see our team leaders. The team also includes 11 project managers, two in-house linguists, over 100 qualified freelance linguists, and support departments.
Camilo is former President of the ALC and has over 15 years of executive experience. He is the founder and CEO of Translation Source and various other companies. Among these is Spanish ASAP, which he co-founded in 2014, and where he provides the team with industry expertise. He has also worked at the Lehman Brothers’ Media and Telecommunication investment banking group, and holds an MBA from Wharton School.
Alberto has over 20 years of business experience. He has worked with Price Waterhouse, McKinsey & Company, Lehman Brothers, Morgan Stanley, and Coca-Cola FEMSA, and is a former management consultant and investment banker. He graduated from Columbia Business School, where he focused on finance and international business. He is a company co-founder, and currently supports both sales and marketing efforts.
Bettina has more than 17 years of experience in the translation field, and is ATA certified for English to Spanish translation. She additionally has both instruction and project management experience. She has been the director of operations at Spanish ASAP since 2014, and guarantees that operations run smoothly.
Suwen is based in Shanghai, China, and is a former senior translator at the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, as well as at 86Research, a boutique equity research firm registered in Hong Kong. Suwen was also the research and corporate access interpreter for CITIC CLSA Securities. She graduated from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterrey, California with a Master’s degree in Conference Interpretation and was the recipient of a merit scholarship.
Gabriel has more than 5 year of translation experience. He is a former English teacher with degrees in literature and modern languages. Gabriel has professional experience in translation in a variety of companies, including Huawei Technologies. He has also been in charge of managing, training, and supervising a project manager group at Spanish ASAP, Chinese ASAP’s sister company.