Salua Kamerow is an attorney from Colombia, a Master of Laws from Penn State University, and a Master of Science in Translation from New York University. She is a columnist in several newspapers about culture and linguistics and a freelance writer for the Centre Daily Times. Additionally, she is the Editor in Chief of PROTEUS, the magazine for the National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators. For this position she oversees articles in regards to the shifts from one language to another language within the context of legal subject matter among others.
Salua works as a sophisticated translator in the fields of Law, Energy, and Alternative Dispute Resolution. She attended a summer program in Mediation at Harvard. She also attended an additional mediation program at Humboldt University in Berlin. She received an acceptance letter from Richmond University to complete a Juris Doctor where she hopes to receive the training needed to take the Bar of Pennsylvania, her current state of residence.