Liane R. Grant is an OTTIAQ-certified translator with a B.A. in Translation and an M.A. in Translation Studies, and is currently doing doctoral research in the area of volunteer translation, under an FRQSC scholarship. She is the founder and overseer of The King’s Translators, Secretary of the UPCI French Literature Cooperative, and Curriculum Administrator for Purpose Institute.
Liane has a knack for finding the most efficient way to accomplish a task with excellence. Her experience in fulfilling the responsibilities of multiple roles has helped her hone her planning and productivity skills into a highly efficient personal time management system.
Her published works include Order my Steps (a devotional journal), articles for OTTIAQ's Circuit magazine, Outward Translation of Doctrinal Texts (Master's thesis), Au nom de Jésus (as translator), and Faire croître une église (as co-translator). She has also written university and Purpose Institute courses, and has served as translator or reviser of various journal articles including an anthology published by Routledge.