Author Archive: Stacey Webb
Stacey Webb is a nationally certified interpreter currently residing in Nashville, TN. Originally from San Diego California, she has been interpreting professionally since 2004. She received her interpreter training at Palomar College and California State University, Northridge (CSUN). In addition to her interpreting experience, Stacey is an instructor in an American Sign Language Interpreter Training Program at a local community college and has recently accepted an adjunct teaching position with Western Kentucky University’s American Sign Language Studies Program. She looks forward to completing her Masters of Education from Colorado State University this Fall. Working as an instructor and a mentor has become a passion for Stacey and she strives to make a difference in the lives that cross her path.
In order for students to be successful sign-language interpreters, prior to graduating it is critical that they develop a relationship with both the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community (DHHC) and current-working professionals within the DHHC. This would include interpreters, educators and DHHC advocates. By fostering these relationships, students will create educational, professional and personal [...]