Latest posts by Gabriela Garcia Calderon
GV Board Elections 2023 Contractors’ Rep. Candidate: Gabriela García Calderón
In contesting the Contractors' representative position, Gabriela looks forward to "being able to voice the concerns of volunteers and staff, as I've been in both sides of the equation."
How did the pandemic affect people's lives around the world? Global Voices’ translators share their stories
Under a pandemic, Global Voices translators continue to translate the world's stories
GV Board Elections 2020 Contractors’ Rep. Candidate: Gabriela García Calderón
In contesting a board seat, Gabriela looks forward to "The possibility of being a voice for other GVers. I think I know what it's like to be a GVer..."
Meet Julia Krebs, the Contributor Driven by Her curiosity and Interest in Broadening Horizons
"I love watching clouds run over the sky while sitting at the window [...], dreaming up all the travels I want to make and journeys I want to go on."
Meet Sanjib Chaudhary, the Contributor who Collects Stories of Interesting Characters for a Book
"The articles published on GV give a totally different perspective about the current happenings around the world. I always look at ‘both sides of the coin' while writing a story."
Meet Esther Dodo, the Editor who Gets Disconneted Playing Tennis and Dancing Zumba
"I found Global Voices totally by chance while browsing the Internet – and I became captivated with the idea of translating the news."
Meet David Kalmar, the Translation Manager who Volunteers with Language, his Most Useful Skill
"I don’t always agree with the articles that I work on, but I find it important to get to know multiple opinions on a subject." David Kalmar, Global Voices Hungarian Translation Manager
Ten Years of a Beautiful Friendship
It's been a decade of an incredible journey. What a ride has it been!
Meet Mieke Tulp, the Translation Manager Who Covers Her Imperfections with Good Stories and Laughter
"Translating for GV made me look further, made me aware of struggles I had not known of before."
Meet Marisa Petricca, the Italian Contributor who Left her Heart in China
"We like to call us “GV family” because our community bond is strong."