Resume and Professional Profile of Pascaline Denblyden, the founder of Eureka Translation Inc.
Pascaline Denblyden


Energetic, positive, resourceful, open minded, flexible, professional, trusted translator who delivers quality translation. Over 25 years of experience in a variety of businesses. Fifteen years experience in teaching and coaching young teenagers. Fifteen years experience in translating various documents in various fields, and from various scope. My clients value my professionalism, my team spirit, my creativity to meet their needs, my availability, the quality of my work and my efficiency. I have
translated small and large projects, from large Web sites and marketing campaigns, to extremely technical user guides and training manuals.

Translation Experience

  • Provided high quality translations and writing services to national and international corporations, at an affordable rate.
  • Translated the user guides for a world renown accounting program
  • Translated the Environmental Study for Orca Sands
  • Translated various Web sites, amongst them for WRCEA, Dixon Cables, Armor All, Small Business BC
  • Translated various documents for Environment Canada for the Vancouver 2010 Oylmpics
  • Translation of a CD-ROM on New Media Learning Systems for Industry Canada
  • Helping various clients to develop a bilingual glossary
  • Writing a manual on How to learn and Study for the Pathfinder Learning Systems
  • Training various translators in order to help them gain certification

Professional Development & Education

  • Certified Translator – CTTIC – 1990
  • Certificate of Technical Writing – 1993
  • Educating exceptional Children (Master level course) – 1984
  • Computer Individual Instruction (Master level course) – 1984
  • Computer Guided Instruction (Master level course) – 1984
  • Honour BA of Translation – York University – 1983 – Member of the Dean’s Honour Roll
  • Teaching certificate in Mathematics and Sciences – Belgium – 1974
  • Best of Show Award for Scanner Methods and Procedures, Purolator Courier – April 1994
  • Guest speaker at Simon Fraser University in the Technical Writing Program
  • Guest Speaker at the West Coast Chapter of STC about Translation and Technical Writing

Special Interests & Volunteer Work

  • Mentor to a young lady through the Elizabeth Fry Society
  • Serving dinner in the Lookout Emergency Shelter on the North Shore
  • Manager of a youth soccer team
  • Judge for various Public Speaking Contest in French
  • Volunteer Coach for the Math contest – Pythagore
  • Translated various documents for The Hunger Project, a non-profit organization