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, […]

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, […]

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 […]

Stephanie Kay Vincent

Bilingual; native ASL user with 3+ generations; retired educator after 30+ years. Enjoy working with people who wants change for better, whether it is on personal or professional basis. Enjoying my new role as grandmother and love my Bella, mini Bernedoodle.