Adriana Rozada was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she received her early education and studied English as a Second Language for 10 years. After secondary college she studied at the University of Morón in Buenos Aires for four years and obtained her degree in Translation, with majors in Grammar and Literature in both English and Spanish as well as Law. She became a member of the BA Translators’ Association in 1982. Later she studied Conference Interpreting and eventually started her own Language Services company, providing translation, interpreting and language instruction. In 1996, Adriana attended the World Conference of the F.I.T. (International Translators Federation) in Melbourne and decided to live in Australia. In 1999 she studied at La Trobe University, where she got her Graduate Diploma in Education , with majors in English and LOTE. She also taught Spanish Language in Central Victoria for ten years. In 2009, Adriana moved to the NSW Mid North Coast. Her current work involves contracts with I&T service providers in Australia, New Zealand, Argentina and the U.S. as well as teaching Spanish Language at the Port Macquarie Community College. In 2008 she presented workshops at the Faculties of Translation Studies in two prestigious universities in Mendoza and Buenos Aires. She has also attended workshops in Spain. Adriana has delivered presentations at the Australian Institute of Translators and Interpreters in Brisbane (2008) and Sydney (2012).