Managing Director Lynn Everson

Lynn Everson, Managing Director

Both MITI and MCIL (Full Member of both the Institute of Translation and Interpreting and of the Chartered Institute of Linguists) Lynn is a highly-respected professional Spanish and French linguist. She’s also a Director of the UK Association of Translation Companies, a role in which she’s uniquely able to guide policy and practice in the translation industry. Lynn holds an MA in Translation Studies and BA Modern Languages.

Lynn spent 6 years working in fruit importing and then in haulage and logistics, where her language skills were in demand sorting-out loads (and drivers) all over Europe. In 1990, recognising the haulage industry’s need for emergency language services (hence the company name) Lynn founded Lifeline in her back room with a phone, typewriter (remember those?) and a fax machine. Since then she’s never looked back, growing the business today to a team of 12 in classy offices in Preston city centre.

Not content with merely running a successful language company, Lynn is also a Past National President of Business and Professional Women UK and sits on the Committee of WACUNA, the UN Association’s Women’s Advisory Council.

LATEST BLOG POSTS

Language tips for troubled times number 4: meeting expectations – remote transcription

Corona can kill international business.Remote transcription helps keep things on-track Multilingual remote transcription services can really help you keep control of international business facing...

Read More

Language tips for troubled times number 3: virtual interpreter services

Corona can kill international business.Virtual interpreter services really can help. Virtual interpreter services can really help you keep control of international business facing the corona virus...

Read More

Language tips for troubled times – Number 2!

Corona can kill international business.Our 2nd tip - keeping control. Corona virus makes keeping control of international business a massive challenge. We're in the same position, but at least for...

Read More