Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 30, 2007
Kathleen K. Diamond, CEO of Language Learning Enterprises (LLE) Inc., has been featured in the New York Times. Her story tells of her humble beginnings, motivation to become a entrepreneur and the current success and development of LLE - Language Services. Small-business editor and author, Brent Bowers, featured Diamond's story in his column appropriately titled, In the Hunt.
Diamond founded LLE in 1979 after turning down a low-paying position at an instruction facility teaching French, and was awarded her first government contract in 1981 for language instruction. Today, LLE is the leading provider of 24-hour telephone interpretation, email and document translation, language education and proficiency testing to over 1,500 business, government and non-profit organizations from across the globe.
Powered by 3,000 contracted linguists and dedicated language professionals, advanced technology platforms and an enterprise wide approach, LLE enables organizations with the ability to rapidly respond to non-English speaking customers at every point of contact anytime, anywhere. Interested parties who wish to learn more are encouraged to call (877) 405-8764; or visit http://www.lle-inc.com.
LLE - Language Services (http://www.lle-inc.com) provides technology supported communications solutions to nearly 1,500 clients worldwide. With an integrated community of over 3,000 linguists under contract and dedicated language professionals specializing in over 150 different languages, LLE provides accurate and reliable telephone and face-to-face interpretation, document and e-mail translation, language education and proficiency testing. Since 1979, LLE has been recognized as a leading language services provider to government, business and non-profit organizations. LLE is a woman-owned business with headquarters in Washington, DC, and a language technology center in Winchester, VA.
Matthew E. Swain
LLE - Language Services
1627 K Street NW, Suite 610
Washington, DC, 20006
(877) 405-8764, Ext: 213