Weaving Cultures’ mission is to provide quality interpreting and translating services to every industry and bridge cultures through communication and partnership.
Our vision is that our customers and clients work so well with our interpreters that the encounter is as if the interpreter is not there.
We value Communication, relationships, education, and commitment to one another each and every time in our service delivery.
Who We Are, What We Do

We are passionate, motivated individuals with a combined 20+ years working in primarily healthcare, legal, and educational settings with culturally diverse populations and families with limited English proficiency (LEP) and customer service based. In our professional journeys we have learned a lot about what it means to provide respectful and effective services across language and culture.

Through this venture, our goal is to provide learning opportunities to other professionals serving LEP and immigrant/refugee populations, bringing various skill sets and knowledge bases to light through a series of lectures and workshops led by professionals from all areas and aspects of service.

With our many 40-hour training over the years, we are proud to offer quality interpreters and translators to hospitals, clinics, law firms and school districts. We believe in our professionals who are trainable, reliable and deliver on time every time. We only work with the best language professionals whom are trained and continue to be active in the profession through training and holding certifications that improve their skills.

Throughout the year, we offer dynamic professional workshops addressing a wide range of topics related to providing care/services across language and culture.

Some workshops provided are culture- or language-specific while others focus on a broader topic or skill set applicable regardless of the population at hand. Some have a specific audience in mind (i.e. interpreters, healthcare providers, social services, legal interpreting and ethics or educational professionals) while others provide content appropriate for a mixed audience.

Depending on the topic, workshops are half-day, full-day, or 2-day and may be eligible for continuing education credits and vendor requests specific.