Spotlight On Anthony Montalvo March 13, 2009Posted by B.J. Schone in eLearning.
Tags: contractor, Design, Development, eLearning, employment, freelance, Learning, Training, Web 2.0, work
Meet Anthony Montalvo
Anthony is a native speaker of both English and Spanish, and translation comes naturally to him. Anthony has done freelance translation work for many years, specializing in many different business topics. His experience in the e-learning industry (selling and implementing projects, and leading content development teams) has led him to combine these two fields and start offering content translation and localization services. Anthony can work with pretty much any document format, including several graphic design and content authoring packages.
Anthony has worked in several industries doing sales, marketing and business development, and for much of this decade he has worked with e-learning and various Web technologies. Anthony was CEO of a small e-learning company in Argentina until it was purchased by a regional technology consulting firm (http://www.grupoassa.com). Since then he has led the company’s internal e-learning initiatives (using Moodle), as well as working on various corporate marketing and employer branding projects.
Anthony recently translated a few e-learning resources for his blog, including Cathy Moore’s Dump the Drone presentation and Will Thalheimer’s Job Aid on Building Measurement into Training Development.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
e-Learning, Web 2.0, technology in general, consulting, business translation, blogging
Anthony has done a bit of everything in the last 20 years. Before landing in Argentina and immersing himself in technology, he lived in Mexico (his home country) and spent time manufacturing pajamas, selling roasted chicken, and working as a SCUBA divemaster.
Please contact Anthony if he can be of assistance.
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