Jody Bingham

Hello, my name is Jody Bingham. I used to teach ASL 101/102 at BCC for three years. I enjoy seeing students become enlightened with Deaf culture and ASL. My passion is to help the students to achieve their goal by improving their mastery of ASL. I love to encourage the interest in ASL/ Deaf culture. […]

Wesley Singleton

A native Californian living in Texas, and I always reach the deep and immersion in Deaf & American Sign Language community. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and a Master of Arts in Sign Language Education from Gallaudet University. Always eager to give back to the community by involving and support the […]

Lori Siedman

I was born Deaf and American Sign Language is my primary language. I received my Bachelor of Social Work at Salem State College. I worked with Deaf and Hard of Hearing people for the nonprofit organizations on local and state levels. In over fifteen years of experience , I provided advocacy, skills training, peer counseling, […]

Marla Hatrak

I am a native ASL speaker and from a four-generation ASL-Deaf family. My work experiences have had been rather versatile and given me insights into the language and communication needs within different work environments. I have taught Deaf Culture and ASL on both community college and state university levels. I have a BA in English, […]

Milana Donatich

Born in Ukraine and 2nd generation Deaf, I migrated to NYC with my family. I hold Bachelor degree in Sociology with minor in Family and Child Studies, and Master degree in Early Childhood Education. I am a lucky mother to 2 deaf daughters. I teach ASL, sign stories aloud, and support families of Deaf/Hard of […]

Blair Rasmus

A deaf mother of two deaf kids, a native ASL user, a postpartum doula, a domestic violence/sexual abuse advocate, and a lifelong deaf mentor. Loves to read, take pictures, swim, work with children, teach, grow a garden, take care of the environment, and travel.

Rebecca Edwards-Funk

Hello, my name is Rebecca Edwards. I am excited to be part of ASL Mentors team. I attended Oregon School for the Deaf and attended Western Oregon University. I earned my master\’s degree in Deaf Education from Utah State University. I had a great opportunity working at New Mexico School for the Deaf as a […]

Catherine Stutzman

Born and raised in Buffalo, NY. Became deaf at 7 years old, deaf generations on both sides. Before ADA was in effect for utilizing ASL interpreters. Acted as deaf interpreter since childhood and throughout college, it wasn’t until I worked as deaf advocate, that I had special skills in being a Deaf Interpreter.  In 2015, […]