This is the thirteenth weekly installment featuring highlights from the 20 chapters in the new book, Deaf Eyes on Interpreting edited by Thomas K. Holcomb and David H. Smith which was released in June by Gallaudet University Press.
Gary Clark is the first Deaf professional freestyle BMXer in history. He has over 200 freestyle tricks. And he’s 52 years and still riding, still at it!
At Highlands Master Builders, we lead with#equality, #inclusion and #diversity. Meet one of our superstars, Mia. She was born with profound hearing loss. She is completely deaf. Our company President, Andrew Macintosh, didn’t see her as a liability but instead an asset. #Equalemployer#purposeoverprofit #inclusivegrowth#empoweringwomen #mission #vision#employeeappreciation #ourculture#thehighlandsway
Nicholas DEVO1 Rogalski is a Deaf professional tattoo artist. You’ll be blown away by his artworks and the interesting things he shares in this video!
Location: Tucson, AZ
Born deaf, REL senior Lexi Hill is ranked 7th in her class & will attend Gallaudet Univ, where she received the highest scholarship available & will play basketball! She has an encouraging message for both parents & students. Read her story: http://ow.ly/A72J30nT66d #JKR #successfulstudentoutcomes
Did you know that the Transportation Security Administration currently forbids Deaf people from working as officers? Brandon Dopf shares how his experience shows that Deaf people not only have the ability to do this job, but have the tools to excel.
Help us change TSA’s policy! https://www.csd.org/letuswork/
Being able to work well with the public is a common concern for employers of deaf individuals, but often, there are more challenges with their own team or coworkers instead. Scott Daily, a patrol sergeant from Erath County Sheriff’s Office, describes the trust he had to build to succeed.