Author Archive: Kendra Keller
Kendra Keller is a freelance interpreter from Santa Cruz, California. Certified in 1994, she has served as adjunct faculty at Ohlone College’s Interpreter Preparation Program, the American Conservatory Theater’s Studio A.C.T., and colleges throughout the San Francisco bay area. She has presented at the Supporting Deaf People international online conference, February 2008, at Deaf Studies Today, April 2008 and at the Conference of Interpreter Trainers, October 2008. She has received training in the Demand Control Schema via the Mental Health Interpreter Training Institute in Montgomery, AL and as faculty of Ohlone College. Kendra is an instructor, consultant and facilitator of interpreter supervision and case discussion groups. She is the founder of Heart of Interpreting.
As sign language interpreters, we continue to struggle with the very real human costs, the fallout from the gaps in our professional development and consideration of each other in our work. As we continue to evolve in how we discuss our work with each other, we need to consider a process which will assist us [...]