Dedicated and self motivated professional, recognized for exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills; works well as an independent, or part of a team. On-going commitment to self-analysis and professional development.
Interpret phone conversations between Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing and Hearing callers containing a variety of content
•Travel the Madison and surrounding area Dean clinics
•Actively facilitate communication between Deaf/Hard of Hearing patients and medical staff in daily medical appointments
•Utilize Video Remote Interpreting as part of a cooperative network providing interpretation for patients at hospitals and clinics around the country, matching language preference and regional dialect to the best of my ability
•Manage my own schedule of patients and time requirements based on language, age, clinical department, and requesting the knowledge of a Certified Deaf Interpreter as needed
•Traveled the Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill areas of North Carolina interpreting in a variety of settings for Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing and Deaf/Blind clients
•Facilitated interactions and interpretation in countless medical settings at Duke, UNC, Wake Med Hospitals and surrounding clinics
•Provided interpretation in platform, business, technical, post-secondary, athletic, and mental health settings
•Actively attended professional development workshops to stay current on my skills and setting specific vernacular
•Interpreted lectures, labs, and discussions at the MA and undergraduate level
•Mentored interns, managed observation schedules of staff interpreters, led debriefing sessions with professional dialogue, practiced self analysis while integrating the Demand/Control theory
•Interpreted notable non-academic events including campus plays, distinguished cultural lectures, class fieldtrips, guest artists, advisor meetings, athletics
•Traveled with a Scandinavian/Vikings study abroad course to Sweden, interpreted guided tours at Viking museums, Swedish Parliament, cruises to surrounding islands, evening class discussions, and hiking trips throughout the cities
• Interpreted phone conversations between Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing and Hearing callers
• Participated in workshops assisting in my ability to remain current with the technology required for customer service
• Attended a four day intensive training in Arkansas in regards to navigating the equipment, call etiquette, Sorenson procedures and company requirements and rules
American Sign Language Studies, Interpreter Training Program
Cultures and Communities Certificate
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