Expert in Travel Translation
Nehad Abdel Mohsen is a reviewer with more than one million words in Travel translation along 8 years of experience in translation and localization field. She started her career after graduation at a publishing house where she proved herself to be a born translator and cultivated her skills over three years of translating and reviewing books in different fields. After that, she opened a new chapter in her passion for translation when she joined an esteemed localization company. There, she acquired new skills in localization field, like Computer-aided translation tools that helped her a lot in translating and reviewing all kinds of tasks. That’s where she discovered her love for travel materials, which gave her the opportunity to explore new worlds and know about different cultures. She was able through her creativity and unique style to let the reader travel with her around the world on the wings of words. She mastered “the art of words”.
Nehad graduated from Faculty of Arts, English Department, Cairo University, 2007. After graduation with only one month, she worked in one of the well-known publishing houses in Egypt as a junior translator and climbed the ladder to be senior translator. She participated in translating and editing many books and a big project that the company handled, where she translated and revised many articles in different fields. After three years of continuous improvement and achievements. Year after year, she proved her capabilities and efficiency to be promoted to Senior translator and then reviewer.
She was mainly specialized in travel translations and promotional material for tourism in different destinations around the world. Some of the main clients she translated for include TripAdvisor, Hilton, Expedia, Marriott, Raffles Hotel, Palm Jumeirah Hotel, Fairmont, Louvre, Centara Grand, Rotana Resorts, Sofitel Hotel and dnta Travel.
Words have the power to take you around the world without leaving your home. She deals with each project as a work of art, where she portrays images with her words to let others visualize what they are reading.