Spanish translators

Each translation of the Treaty and Te Tiriti was drafted by a minimum of three translators. These translators first worked individually, and then together, to create the translations of the Treaty and Te Tiriti. These translations were then reviewed by independent reviewers to ensure the highest possible quality.

All of the Spanish translators are listed in the Treaty Times Thirty book. Translators who chose to be included on the website are also listed below.

Agustina Marianacci
Agustina Marianacci, Spanish translator

Agustina Marianacci

Agustina is a full-time freelance translator, working with English and Spanish. Originally from Córdoba, Argentina, she has been living in windy Wellington for a couple of years now.

She is a member of NZSTI, a language enthusiast and a book lover. She specialises mainly in legal and medical translation, but also works with texts on marketing and tourism often.

Find out more about Agustina on her website.

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Leticia Murillo, Spanish translator

Leticia Murillo

Originally from Spain, Letitia has been living in New Zealand for 4 years and is fascinated by the Māori culture. She is now learning Te Reo. She works as a translator and interpreter.

Cecilia Sartori, Spanish translator

Cecilia Sartori

Cecilia is an ESOL teacher and translator who graduated from the National University of Córdoba in Argentina. She came to New Zealand to live her OE and ended up settling down and starting a family here. After almost 15 years of dedicated professional work, she decided to take a break and raise her two daughters aged 1 and 4, alternating motherhood with part-time work. She is passionate about education, languages and travelling and is fascinated by the immense cultural diversity in Auckland.

Find out more about Cecilia on her LinkedIn profile.

Valeria Figueroa, Spanish translator

Valeria Figueroa

Valeria is originally from Salta, Argentina and works as a freelance translator in Auckland for the Spanish <> English language pair. She holds a degree in English Translation from the Catholic University of Salta and has been a full member of NZSTI since 2012.

She currently is studying for a Postgraduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Massey University and she mainly specialises in legal, logistics, medical and economic translation.

Find out more about Valeria on her LinkedIn profile: