Courtney Gunville

Greetings! I am thrilled to teach in American Sign Language and to expand in depth of deaf culture and customs.   I had been a deaf mentor for over 5 years in Wisconsin and New Mexico.  I enjoy going outside, exploring in any nature and gardening.  Through my childhood and adulthood, I learned sign languages especially Kenyan Sign Language.   I […]

Kathleen Brockway

Born Deaf, this native ASL mentor hails from the D. C. metro area, Kat was raised in a signing family and put deaf education as her priority. She has attended multiple State Deaf Schools and graduated at MSSD. Currently, she is a graduate student at Goucher College majoring in Cultural Sustainability. Her specialty is Deaf […]

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 […]

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, […]

Juan Bernal Mondragon

Juan is a native signer and has excessive knowledge in American Sign Language. He has three beautiful Deaf children and one Deaf grandson. Juan is the winner of the Deaf Illinois Award 2013 and the current holder of the Best Deaf Activist title. Juan modeled and mentored ASL for several different Deaf Outreach videos for […]