Hamdan - Translator - Beirut, Lebanon

Leila Hamdan

Beirut, Lebanon



  • Full time
  • Part time
  • One time
  • Contract
  • Temp

Work History

Food and Agriculture Organization FAO

Review & editing of publications in Arabic/English

Al Midan for Research

Community NGO (translating articles for the English website of the Lebanese Observatory for the Rights of Workers and Employees)

Islamic Relief

(British aid non-government organization)

The Arabists

Leading Brands Publishing (Dubai-based advertising/copywriting agencies),

Freelance copyeditor

Arab House for Advertising

Rearden Educational- Beirut-based

2006- Cedar News

NYC-based Arab-American newspaper

Freelance copyeditor/translator

2005-2006 Scholastic

NYC- based global children's publishing and media company

freelance translator/reviser of children's books

Amman-based NGO

Compiling/rewriting reports into English and Arabic

Promotarget (Muscat-based advertising agency)
Translation of mainly tourism-related ads

AL MASAR Translations


Boell Foundation

(Beirut-based NGO)

Freelance translation of legal and political topics

Diwan Publishing

Freelance English

into Arabic translator of an Arab American biweekly

Freelance editor of Saba bulletin

Saba & Co Intellectual Property

(English & Arabic)

1994 - 1995, 1996-1997 Hazar Media Group
Senior editor, co-planner
Writing and editing technical reports, feature stories for Stone Middle East.
1990-199 Middle East Reporter
Assistant editor
Wrapping up news, writing news analysis and weekly chronology.

Copywriter, Editor

Strategies Advertising


Monday Morning Weekly

Translating and editing economic political articles

Freelance Assignments


Center for Lebanese Studies

advertising quarterly)
Translation, copywriting

Qualifications & Certifications


American University of Beirut

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