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Agency Principal #1862
Licensed private investigator #3377
Bonded and insured
Court-certified Spanish interpreter
UW Private Investigator Certificate Program, 2010-2011
MA, Library Science
Ms. Viera had a 20-year career path that led up to her bilingual private investigations practice.
After earning MAs in Spanish and library science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she worked as a law librarian, first at a private law firm and then at the University of Puerto Rico Law School Library (ABA accredited). She then spent several years at libraries on the U.S.-Mexico border before moving to Seattle to accept another library position. After 16 years in the field, she changed careers in 2006 and became a court-certified Spanish interpreter. She received her p.i. license in 2011 while enrolled in the UW p.i. certificate program. Her work in Washington courts, together with her law library and research background, give her two decades of additional experience to apply to her clients’ investigative needs.
Washington Association of Legal Investigators
Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
QLaw: GLBT Bar Association of Washington
Latino Bar Association of Washington
Washington Court Interpreters & Translators Society
Licensed private investigator #3343
For the last 20 years, The Professor has taught psychology in Kansas, New Mexico, and Washington. She is active on the national level in the areas of educational technology and in the pedagogy of psychology. Her study of human behavior brings with it a unique insight that informs her work in the field of investigations. She provides background research for the agency and frequently teams up with Ms. Viera on other assignments.
American Psychological Association
Society for the Teaching of Psychology
Association for Psychological Science