Meet our team

We are dedicated to building the best possible software for interpreters.

Yann Plancqueel

Engineer, Co-Founder

Yann (Paris, France) is a co-founder of Interpreters' Help. Responsible for back-end engineering, he joined Interpreters' Help after a successful career in video game development. He earned a degree in Information Technology from Epitech, Paris, in 2005, where he met Benoit. Yann is also a qualified sociologist and nutritionist.

Céline Corsini

Interpreter, Adviser

Céline (Berlin, Germany) is a conference interpreter. She first expressed the need of a tool like Interpreters’ Help in 2004, when she started working on the German market. She holds a Diploma in Translation and Terminology as well as a Certification in Escort Interpreting from ISIT, Institut Supérieur d'Interprétation et de Traduction, in Paris (2002), as well as a Master of Arts in Conference Interpreting from the Monterey Institute of International Studies (MACI 2004). Céline works as a freelance. She is an active member of AIIC.

Lourdes de la Torre

Interpreter, Creative & Strategy Officer

Lourdes (Santander, Spain) is a conference interpreter and localizer. She joined Interpreters' Help after creating Cleopatra, her first app, but the best is yet to come! She graduated in Translation and Interpreting from Salamanca University in 2014. In 2016, she was awarded her first MA in Translation and New Technologies: Software and Multimedia Products Translation from the International University Menéndez Pelayo coordinated by ISTRAD Seville. In 2017, she graduated from the Pontifical University Comillas, earning an Official Master's Degree in Conference Interpreting. This last MA is awarded by the EMCI (European Master in Conference Interpreting) Consortium in collaboration with the DG-SCIC of the European Commission and the DG-INTE of the European Parliament. Lourdes is also a repressed gamer.

Benoît Werner

Engineer, Co-Founder

Benoît (Bitche, France) is a co-founder of Interpreters' Help. He graduated from Epitech, Paris, with a degree in Information Technology in 2005. He has built numerous websites. In the last 10 years, he has specialized in Ruby on Rails development. Benoît is also a classical singer.

Many thanks to

We would like to thank the following people for their inspiration and support: Gueorgui Tcherednitchenko, Ryan Bates (of Railscasts), Gregg Pollack, Tim Ferriss, Rivers Cuomo (of Weezer) and of course everyone who helped us test the site, reported bugs, gave us feedback, encouraged us, and put up with us while we were working on Interpreters' Help.

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