Iowa Interpreters and Translators Association, Inc.
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As Iowa’s premiere association of professional translators and interpreters, IITA serves our state’s linguistically diverse community through education, training, and promotion of our profession.


It's time to renew your membership for 2014! Renew now using our new online registration form.

Registration now open for IITA's 10th Annual Conference to be held in Des Moines June 27th and 28th featuring HOLLY MIKKELSON & ESTHER NAVARRO-HALL!  Pre-conference sessions will fill up fast so act now!
All Sessions Approved for ATA Continuing Education Points! - Further Approval Pending

Iowa Court Interpreters Orientation Workshop to be held April 26 -27th. Registration deadline has passed.

The Iowa Interpreters and Translators Association (IITA) is an Iowa non-profit organization. Incorporated in 2004, IITA has the following mission:

 ·  to promote the recognition of the translation and interpretation
      professions in Iowa
  ·   to promote the communication and dissemination of knowledge for
       the benefit of Iowa's translators and interpreters;
  ·  to formulate and maintain standards of professional ethics, practices,
      and competence;
  ·   to stimulate and support the training of Iowa's translators and
  · to actively represent the professional interests of Iowa's translators
      and interpreters before actual and potential users of translation and
      interpretation services;
  ·   to promote professional and social relations among its members

IITA is affiliated with the American Translators Association (ATA) and is an organizational member of the National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT) and the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID).

Current Officers/Board Members:

President:  Patricia Hillock (2012-2014)
Vice-President: Ernest Nino-Murcia (2013-2015)
Secretary: Emilia Jorge-Hugg (2013-2015)
Treasurer: Jeana Clark (2012-2014)
Director: Wyman Borts (2012-2014)
Director: Piet Koene (2012-2014)
Director: Maria Khloptseva-Irving