Connecting with multilingual research participants requires nuanced language. When conducting research in multilingual communities, how do researchers hear participants' authentic voices, understand their stories, and address issues of gender neutrality and inclusiveness?
|Conducting Inclusive Research Across Languages & Cultures Slide Handout (1.5 MB)||Available after Purchase|
No matter where in the world Jill is or what she’s doing – she’s always focusing on creating connections across languages and cultures. After studying and teaching internationally, Jill brought her PhD in Linguistic Anthropology to the corporate world, where she worked as a user researcher for Sapient and then oversaw Language, Culture & Diversity Programs for 100+ Chipotle Mexican Grill locations.
In 2005, she launched Multilingual Connections to help organizations understand, engage, and grow their multilingual audiences. Their customized services include translation, transcription, multimedia localization, and bilingual research support services. When she’s not working, Jill is spending time with her husband and teen son, renovating houses, and trying to make her garden grow.