The CCHI Commission unanimously elected Natalya Mytareva as the next chair. Since 2000, Natalya has been Communications Programs Director of the International Institute of Akron, Inc. (Ohio), a non-profit refugee resettlement agency, where she coordinates the interpreting and translation services, interpreter and cultural competence training programs. On a local level, Natalya is actively involved in issues of equal access to health care for limited English proficient (LEP) individuals. Natalya stands at the forefront and works diligently to support both LEPs and interpreters and translators. Congratulations! Visit http://www.healthcareinterpretercertification.org for more information.