Karen Combe recently retired from her position as vice president of localization at PTC, where she was responsible for product localization as well as for localization support for PTC University, technical support, and marketing. Since its inception, she has been a member of the GILT Leaders Forum, a community of peers in the localization industry. Previously, Karen was senior vice president at International Language Engineering, where she managed client services, sales, and marketing. She holds a BA in linguistics from the University of California at Berkeley and a post-graduate degree in social anthropology from the University of Cambridge. Karen served in the Peace Corps in Senegal and in International Voluntary Services in Algeria. In addition, she worked for eight years on a ranch in northwestern Colorado training horses and looking after a large herd of cattle.
Upcoming Sessions for Karen Combe
- Can Quality Be a Strategic Enabler for Your Corporate Localization Team? - LocWorld47 – Berlin 2022
- Key Strategy Takeaways from the Globalization Strategy Playbook: A Conversation - LocWorld47 – Berlin 2022
- Localization Management Master Class - LocWorld47 – Berlin 2022