Sarah King

Interpreting | Translation | Subtitling | Terminology

Diplom-Übersetzerin (FH) | Certified Translator
Diplom-Dolmetscherin (FH) | Certified Interpreter
Master of Arts in Interpreting and Translation Studies (UNSW, Sydney)

Member of the International Conference Interpreters' Association AIIC (AIIC)
Member of the German Association of Interpreters and Translators (BDÜ e.V.)
Member of the German Association of Conference Interpreters (BDÜ-VKD e.V.)
Supporter of the Development and Climate Alliance

As someone with a lust for life, I love embarking on journeys of discovery – be they geographical, mental, cultural, culinary or artistic. I am an avid fan of clever designs and love active holidays as they act as food for the soul. I am involved in women’s projects and believe it is crucial to think sustainably. I prefer to spend my spare time with friends and family eating good food or watching an inspiring film.


Sarah King

Neusser Str. 16 | D-50670 Köln
M. +49 179 679 26 79 |

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Blog:  Wisdoms of the Pommes Buddha
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In a foreign language one says what one can, not what one wants to say.

Max Julius Friedländer (1867-1958)

You can hear my voice here:


German (A), English (B)

Areas of expertise and interest:

Sustainability & Development,
Women's rights, gender issues,
Literary and philosophical events,
Patent law, medicine and pharmaceutical industry


Since 2007 freelance conference interpreter and specialist translator (Cologne, Germany)
2003-2006 in-house translator and interpreter for Germany’s Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) in Wiesbaden


Master of Arts in Interpreting and Translation Studies, University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)
Diplom-Dolmetscherin (FH), Diplom-Übersetzerin (FH),
University of Applied Sciences Cologne (Germany)

Advanced training courses in several fields (law, medicine etc.)

Stays abroad in UK (University of Westminster) and AUS (University of New South Wales)