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    Robin Pille
    Technical Writer, Splunk, Inc.
    Robin Pille grew up speaking Dutch at home and has traveled extensively abroad. She reads widely across many categories of fiction and nonfiction, with a particular interest in speculative fiction and children’s literature. Through her other volunteer work with Reading Partners Robin shares her love of reading with children, helping them discover that reading can be a joyful, life-long adventure.
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    Olivia E. Sears
    Board President & Founder
    Olivia E. Sears is the founder of the Center for the Art of Translation and served as editor of Two Lines for twelve years. She is a translator from Italian.
  • Caroline West
    Former Director of Institutional Research, UCLA
    Caroline West has always been interested in serious literature, but since retirement she has focused on literature in translation. Several years ago she embarked on Philip Ward’s list of 500 great works of world literature, which opened her eyes to classics outside the Western canon. As a companion project, she’s on the qui vive for the best recent fiction and poetry in translation.
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    Michael Carabetta
    Former Creative Director, Chronicle Books
    Michael Carabetta’s work has received recognition from AIGA, the professional association for design, and has appeared in a variety of design publications. He has conducted design workshops and lectured at design schools and universities across the country.
  • Barbara Paschke
    Translator
    Barbara Paschke has been involved in translation for many years, as both a translator and translation advocate. Her publications include?Riverbed of Memory; Volcán; Clandestine Poems; New World, New Words;?and?literary travel companions to Costa Rica, Cuba, and Spain.
  • Stephen Sparks
    Owner, Point Reyes Books
    Stephen Sparks is co-owner of Point Reyes Books with his wife, Molly Parent. In addition to serving on the Center's board, he is a board member of Dorothy, a publishing project, and Open Letter Books, and he has served as a juror for various literary prizes and awards, including the National Book Award for Poetry and the Best Translated Book Award.