Somali Interpreters in Los Angeles
As of 1992, there were only approximately 300 Somalians in the Los Angeles area. To date, the number has drastically increased due to the influx of migrants who have moved from San Diego. Back in 2017, the San Diego courts limited their number of refugees causing Los Angeles to become the next big community for Somalian habitants. Los Angeles, being a melting pot of cultural backgrounds and language barriers, all industries were impacted with the need of Somali Interpreters to assist with, but not limited to finance, technology, engineering, and publishing.
CIT has been amongst the top companies to provide interpreter services to assist in any platform and as quickly as possible. With the highest populations of Somalians residing in the Inglewood and Downtown LA areas, their need for communication to survive is crucial. Being able to partake in community events such as Board Meetings and Community Meetings having to deal with their well-being is of utmost importance for their success as Angelinos and CIT are always there to interpret with guaranteed accuracy.
Community Events such as Pop-Up Somali dinners is the community’s way of welcoming and embracing the Somalian culture. Providing Somalian interpreters to bridge language gaps allows individuals to smoothly communicate in their own familiar environment and takes away feelings of diversity and indifference.
Having someone by your side to adequately communicate your wants and dislikes to the restaurant server makes it easy and assuring you’ll be getting what you want. Taste the Somalian culture through the mouth of someone who is either of Somalian background or one who has direct consistent knowledge of the culture. Our Somali interpreters in Los Angeles understand all of the nuances that go into their craft.
Hollywood, CA is of the most influential cities within Los Angeles, CA, let alone the world when it comes to showing business and celebrity residents. Somalian native Ubah Mohamed, popular staff-writer on the hit TV show ‘The Gifted,’ moved to Los Angeles to advance her creative and screenplay writing career. Hailing from Memphis by way of New York, Ubah’s now success in the movie industry did not come with apprehension and some reserve as she experienced serious backlash following the 9/11 bombings.
Taking in her mother’s tenacious and courageous spirit, Ubah found it in herself to find pride in her Somalian culture and did not let potential barriers stop her from becoming a success. She is now confident in bringing in some of her Somalian cultures to interpret her creative style to her colleagues and fans.
CIT is here to assist with your Interpreting needs to ensure that you feel comfortable in what could be seen as an otherwise daunting world of Los Angeles, CA.