My name is Viviana Morrison. I founded WordsInAction Translation Services with a simple idea in mind – to leverage my 30 years of experience as a translator and interpreter to provide exceptional service to the Education, Medical, and Legal professions, and the Hispanic communities which they serve. As a teenager and young woman in Buenos Aires, Argentina, I was already a lover of languages and cultures, who was fluent in English and Portuguese as well as my native Spanish. While living in Argentina, I worked for both the Australian and Brazilian Embassies in Buenos Aires, immersing myself in the Spanish, Portuguese, and English languages.
Upon moving to the United States in 1994, I became the primary translator for the Cherokee County School District and Fulton County Schools, the largest school system in the state Georgia. For nearly 20 years, I have also personally provided interpretation services to these school systems, as well as to the medical community in the Atlanta, GA metro area, including Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA), Northside Hospital, and Kaiser Permanente. For the past two years I have been providing medical translation services to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta.
Today, I continue to serve my clients with the personal touch that has become my trademark in the Atlanta translation community. As my business has grown, I have assembled a team of highly-skilled, ATA certified translators who share my passion for excellence, and who bring many years of Education, Medical, and Legal translation experience to the table.
I will personally manage your translation project, leveraging my exceptional team of subject matter experts and translators to ensure your project is delivered on budget, on time, and to your exacting standards.