Kristin Hoffman serves as the Director of Translation at LUNA Language Services. She applies her people-first philosophy to the role, which encompasses supporting the internal translation department and external clients. Her team supports the translation of documents and audiovisual assets across 200+ languages.
Before joining LUNA, Kristin served as the Director of the Worker Rights and Protection Project (WRAPP) at Indiana Legal Services. Her work encompassed language access rights under Title VI and service to a broad range of community members. Through her work at Indiana Legal Services, Kristin advocated for the rights of low-wage immigrants and migrant farm workers.
Kristin focuses on serving marginalized communities and creating positive impact. As an attorney, she brings a unique skill set to LUNA’s clients and a deep understanding of language access best practices.
Kristin graduated with a degree in anthropology from Cornell University and earned her JD from the University of Cincinnati College of Law. As an anthropology major, she deepened her understanding of societies and cultures. Her interest in social justice and learning from others drive her professional pursuits.
When she’s not working, Kristin serves as the Vice President of the board for Proteus, Inc., a non-profit organization serving farmworkers in Iowa, Indiana, and Nebraska. She also generously gives her time as a board member for Grace Horizon, a non-profit organization in Anderson, Indiana serving survivors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking.
In her spare time, Kristin supports her husband with his family’s farm. You can find her helping hands-on during harvest and occasionally treating herself to truffles at The Best Chocolate in Town.