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 […]
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, […]
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, […]
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.
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.