The mission of the Texas Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (TAJIT) is to further the professional development and recognition of all judiciary interpreters and translators in Texas.

Why Join TAJIT?
The LCI profession is dynamic and with our move to the Office of Court Administration (OCA) we have many new rules that will directly impact our license renewal process in addition to its rules and regulations. TAJIT’s website provides members with useful links to these new rules as well as a quick reference to some of the more important changes being implemented by the Judicial Branch Certification Commission (JBCC).

TAJIT's Goals
•To formulate, promote and advance professional and ethical Standards of Practice;
•to promote and provide an opportunity for professional development;
•to promote and provide interaction among peers as well as professional relationships and cooperation with other professional associations
•to further the interests of the profession
•to hold periodic meetings, and
•to encourage, assist and mentor future interpreters and translators.









Lyda Baró, Chair- Plano (D/FW) (Front right)
Myrna Wallace, Vice-chair- Houston (Front, 2nd from right)
Konnie Garrido - Secretary- Dallas (Front left)
Cristina Sánchez, Treasurer- Austin (Back, 2nd from right)
Marco Hanson, Member-at-large- Austin (Back, center)
Nicholas Gibler, Member-at-large- McAllen (Not pictured)
Jon Kregel, Member-at-large, Tyler (Not pictured)
Also Pictured:
Luis García, Keller (D/FW) Original Chair (Front)
Cristina Helmerichs, Austin-Former Chair (Back left)
Rolando Hernández, Houston- Former Treasurer (Back right)