What Makes a Great Interpreter?
Diana Kautzky, President and Founder of Deaf Services Unlimited, sits down with Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, Kensie Channon, to discuss the attributes of a great sign language interpreter. Kensie shares her experiences working with interpreters as a Deaf student and professional. Diana and Kensie discuss the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that set outstanding interpreters apart.
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