Stephanie van Reigers

interpreter

Guest

She was in charge of the office of interpreters at the State Department for 18 years.

Stephanie van Reigers on KCRW

Interpreters usually fly below the radar.

State Department interpreter in spotlight

Interpreters usually fly below the radar.

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