Name:   Asli Kivaner Gørslev
2007 – 2009   Master degree in translation and interpreter between Turkish and Danish from the Linguistic Faculty in the University Economics and Business Administration Copenhagen Business School.
1991 – 1997   Master of Science, Economics and Business Administration, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration Copenhagen Business School.
    Thesis on “Danish Companies’ entry into the Turkish Market as well as the role of culture and information in this context.”
1994 – 1994   Translation and interpreting Exam and Certificate from the Ministry of the Interior in legal, social and medical terminology and in the fields of current knowledge and science.
1988 – 1991   Bachelors Degree in Economics and Business Administration, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Copenhagen Business School.
1986 – 1987   Niels Brock Business College. Preparatory education prior to attending the university.
1985 – 1985   Translation and Interpreting Exam and Certificate from the Ministry of Justice, in legal terminology and fields
1982 – 1985   Johannesskolen High School – Mathematic & Physics
1977 – 1980   Secondary education and High School, Yükseliş Koleji, Ankara
Work Experience    
1985 – Present   Freelance translator and interpreter in Turkish and Danish
Founder of AK Translation Company, that provides translation and interpretation services in Turkish and Danish languages. The long list of clients includes the Administration and Danish Parliament, the Danish Ministry of Justice, the Danish Immigration Service, the National Commission of the Danish Police, the Legal Courts, the Danish Supreme Court, The Refugee Appeals Board, The Medical Council, county and municipal authorities, and hospitals.
2007 – 2009   Co-founder and Chief Executive of the company “Københavns Tolkeformidling”, (Copenhagen Translation and Interpretation Agency) which had 150 translator engaged and provided services in every language.
1993 – 2007   Consultant, Speaker at conferences and Training Instructor in teaching Danish and Turkish languages, as well as topics such as the Danish labor market, amendments to The Labor Market Law, drawing up action plans, establishment of new businesses, motivation and activation of foreign workers in Denmark, Denmark’s political and social structure and integration.
1994 – 1997   Appointment with the Danish Ministry of Interior Worked as a translator/interpreter and advisor to provide information in cultural differences for the various departments such as International Department, Second Secretariat’s Administrative Division, the Legal and International Department, the Danish Immigration Service, and the General Directorate for Foreigners
1991 – 1996   Sales and marketing Manager at Hereford Steak restaurants.
1992 – 1993   Concept Developer and participation in entrepreneurial team for the monthly magazine "DIVE"
Professional Activities as Panelist and Instructor:
2008 – 2009   Vice-Chairman of the “Københavns Tolkeformidling” (Copenhagen Translation and Interpretation Agency)
2004 – 2005   Member of former Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen's discussion and advisory group.
The group worked to improve the organization of the Danish integration efforts in order to improve the integration of foreigners into Danish society and labor market.
2003 – 2004   Member of former Minister of Integration Bertel Haarder discussion and advisory group.
The group stood for innovation, idea development and discussion of integration related problems in Denmark and plan prevention of integration promotional efforts for foreigners in Danish society and labor market.
1997 – 2003   Speaker at conferences
Conferences organized by the Ministry of Equal Rights on Women’s Day “Integration from Genders’ Perspective”, “Youth, Gender and Career” sponsored by EU amongst other social institutions.
Panelist at the Conference on “Equal Opportunities”, organized by the Lord Mayor’s Office in Ballerup Apart from the ones given below, I participated in numerous conferences and training seminars as a panelist organized by the Union of Women Workers (KAD), Roskilde University Center (RUC), Roskilde Daghøjskolen.