At times we may question whether our peers value what we bring to the sign language interpreting profession. Regardless of our confidence level about what we bring, I believe we would likely agree that it is a diversity of backgrounds … More
Sherry I. Smith is a nationally certified sign language interpreter. Since 1993 she has also devoted over 800 hours a year in volunteer ministry work. Sherry’s volunteer work opened the door to her learning ASL. She decided to become a professional sign language interpreter and became nationally certified in 2010. She now works as a freelance interpreter and her volunteer work is still very close to her heart.