Fabiana Paula Margulis is an EnglishSpanish Sworn Translator who graduated at the University of Buenos Aires and an Architect and Lawyer of the same university.
Since a very young age, she has experienced an authentic inclination for two well- defined areas: languages and arts in general. She has started learning English and Hebrew since a very young age because she attended a trilingual school, where she learned both languages perfectly well.
After graduating, she started the course of study of architecture at the FADU (Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism, as per its acronym in Spanish), where she obtained the degree of Architect in August, 1992.
Since 1989 up to now, she has worked as an English teacher and a Spanish teacher to foreigners in well- known companies, academies and institutes.
She has taught English, Hebrew and Spanish to foreigners at embassies, schools and private students. She has attended a training course in consecutive and simultaneous interpretation, studied French at the “Alianza Francesa” and sat for the DELF international examinations in French.
She completed one year and a half of the Teachers’ Training Program to become a High School Hebrew Teacher at the “Seminario Rabínico Abarbanel”.
In the year 2002, she started studying to become an EnglishSpanish Sworn Translator and graduated in December, 2008. Nowadays she works as a translator and proofreader in EnglishSpanish and HebrewEnglish and Spanish, as a court expert EnglishSpanish Sworn Translator, an English teacher and a Spanish teacher to foreigners. She also provides legal counselling and architectonic advice to private clients. After a few years, in 2011, she started the course of study of law and graduated as a Lawyer in July, 2018.
She is an active member of the Expert and Interpretation Committees of the Association of Sworn Translators for the City of Buenos Aires.
As to her artistic side, she is a classical dance teacher and has taken drawing and sculpture courses at the Asociación Estímulo de Bellas Artes [Association for the Incentive of Fine Arts], drawing classes with Eduardo Gualdoni and painting courses with Silvia Alvarez and Alejandro Costas.
She also learnt pottery, engraving and glasswork, among other things. She showed her paintings in individual and collective exhibitions at the “Luz y Fuerza” Theatre, the “Luz y Fuerza” Trade Union, at the “Banco Provincia” of Avellaneda, the Hebraica Club located at Sarmiento St. and at the Association of Sworn Translators for the City of Buenos Aires.