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Amber Galloway-Gallego

Amber Galloway-Gallego spent the earlier part her interpreting career as a community interpreter in San Antonio, Texas. After graduating from San Antonio College with an A.A.S. degree in Interpreting for the Deaf, Amber then earned her BA in Psychology, and is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in ASL/English Interpreting. After interpreting in many different capacities (staff/freelance/video relay) and in a variety of settings, Amber felt the need to give back to her profession. After working as an Adjunct Instructor at an Interpreter Training Program at a local Community College, Amber found her true “calling” was teaching. When she is not teaching future interpreters, facilitating workshops around the country, or working “in the field” as a freelance interpreter, Amber is busy interpreting concerts and music festivals in a myriad of genres. Passion, dedication, integrity, and continual skill development are attributes that Amber not only instills in her students, but traits she demands from herself. Currently, she is certified R.I. D. CI and CT, R.I.D. and N.A.D NIC, Texas B.E.I. Level V and Texas B.E.I. Oral Certified: Comprehensive.

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 Martha "Marfy" Scribner

  Martha "Marfy" Scribner is Deaf and the daughter of Deaf parents. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Gallaudet  University and earned her Master's in Deafness and Rehabilitation from New York University. Marfy is currently an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) counselor with Houston Community College. She has been teaching American Sign Language Levels 1-5, Deaf Culture, and Fingerspelling since 1986. She has been a rater and evaluator for various interpreter agencies and for Berlitz Language Center since 2000.  In the past, Marfy has taught sign language to hearing parents of Deaf and speech-impaired children with the Early Intervention Program, Human Resources employers in the New York area, and the Houston Police Department.


 Candace Sexton-Ruiz

 M.A., B.S.

Candace Sexton was born and raised in Illinois and attended Illinois School for the Deaf. A graduate of Gallaudet University Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education in 1992 and University of Texas at San Antonio Master of Art degree in Bilingual and Bi-cultural Studies: English as a Second Language in 1999.  She has extensive experience in teaching English as a Second Language and American Sign Language. Currently, Candace is a full-time American Sign Language Instructor for the Mac Murray College in Jacksonville, Illinois.





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