Welcome to Glyph
Our Core Values
We do the right thing, every time.
Ownership & Leadership
Each of us leads by example and takes
ownership of our contributions to Glyph.
Passion & Innovation
Us Glyphers never stop improving, we continue to evolve by learning, trying, and never giving up.
We are transparent and always show
how we are doing the right thing.
Build with Purpose
We focus on sustainability and ingenuity, not just for the future, but in this very moment as well.
We truly believe that taking action
sooner is better than later.
Change Is Constant
We embrace, drive, and deliver change.
We think it’s a mistake to treat every client and every project the same. We work on big projects for tiny clients, and tiny projects for big clients. We like simple projects and complex projects. In all cases, we strive to provide translation services that support our clients’ growth and connection with the people with whom they want to connect. As a result, we approach every project with curiosity, a critical perspective, and open ears.
In the localization industry, there will always be some kind of three-way tension between quality, timeline, and cost. Changing technology and market pressures might tilt the equation one way or another. Most language service providers strive to achieve some balance of all three, but in most cases, you can’t have it all.
Viktoriya Reed, CEO
Douglas Arbuthnot, Director of Human Resources & General Counsel
Dave Jukich, VP Global Sales
Jeane Campbell, Senior Manager, Translation & Localization
Kaysie Green, Program Manager - Games Division
Kaysie Green joined Glyph in 2015 as a Project Manager and developed her zone of genius around the games industry. This knack was her path to becoming a Project Manager devoted to our games clients. Kaysie is currently the Program Manager for Glyph’s Games Division. In this role, Kaysie ensures continuous process improvement, up-to-the-moment market research, production quality and the cultivation of Glyph’s team of top-tier game-obsessed linguists.
Before coming to Glyph, Kaysie was in the hospitality industry studying to be a sommelier. She earned her BA in International Relations from Gonzaga University, in 2013. While at Gonzaga she studied Spanish, Arabic and Italian.
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