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WIN Linked is a subsidiary of WeInterpret.Net, which was established as Maryland Interpreting Services in 1996. With the introduction of its services on the World Wide Web in 2003, the company changed its name to WeInterpret.Net. WIN has extensive experience providing interpreters for government, corporate, medical, legal, educational, religious and entertainment settings.

Striving for Excellence

Located in Maryland, a hub of the Deaf world, WIN is dedicated to providing equal access to services through readily available interpreting. Over the years, we have established a reputation for professionalism and responsiveness to client needs through our outstanding in-person interpreting and industry innovations, such as the development of proprietary interpreter scheduling and management software. In 2007, we were thrilled to add remote video interpreting to our comprehensive list of services and, in 2008, we launched nationwide coverage through On-Demand Video Interpreting.

WIN is a member of:

  • Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID)
  • Dun & Bradstreet (DUNS Number: 036-277-684)
  • National Association of the Deaf
  • Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
  • National Alliance of Black Interpreters
  • National Association of Judicial Interpreters/Translators
  • Better Business Bureau

Community Support

We are proud to support the local Deaf community through sponsorship of the Deaf Olympics and youth athletic leagues. The staff also volunteer their time on a wide variety of activities in the Deaf community and theatre.

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Personal Access Here

WIN Linked’s philosophy is based on an American Sign Language expression — PAH, which loosely translated means “Finally! At last! What a breakthrough!” or “It’s about time!” It carries a positive meaning of success within the deaf community.

With the launch of WIN Linked, we have expanded the concept of PAH to the hearing community, as an acronym for “Personal Access Here.” This new video technology will create improved access for every American and bring the two worlds closer through improved access, communication and understanding.