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Juliann Wasisco
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Attended Phoenix College
Lives in Paradise Valley, AZ
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What a long road we travelled to see this finally happening, I am just thrilled!  2013-2015 BOD, DAC, DC, IDP and all the committees and volunteers. Thank you!
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Absolutely beautiful...  very powerful! Thank you!
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Arizona RID President Jack Van Rixel, Juliann Wasisco CDI and Shelley Herbold CDI in front of Arizona RID Affiliate Chapter Display.  
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Michelle, Mason, and Dempsey Jack in front of the SuperMoon last night!
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Calling Thami Jantjie.... Now THAT's real interpreting!
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UNBELIEVABLE... FAKE INTERPRETER!!!
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Join and find out more information about RID Region V Conference 2014 in San Diego  
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Interpreting Service Provision: An Open Forum
Friday August 9 2013 9:30 to 12:30 White River Ballroom E

Interpreting Service Provision: An Open Forum 
Nancy Berlove (ISM) Juliann Wasisco (Deaf Caucus) and Kelly Decker (IDP)
Moderated by: Janet Bailey and Christine Multra-Kraft (CDI)

Community Interpreting 
The provision of interpreting services in the community has undergone major changes in the past decade. What was considered standard back then, may or may not be applicable today. There are currently many ways to procure interpreters, including agencies run by RID certified members, foreign language agencies, not-for-profit agencies, companies who have no connection to interpreting and interpreters with direct contracts. 

The RID website supplies access to interpreters which any business may use to broadcast jobs and unaware of our "alphabet soup" of credentials, the first and cheapest to respond often gets the job. Consumers are provided interpreters, but often don't know where the interpreter was procured. Who are the gatekeepers of accessible and qualified interpreting for the Deaf community? 

The ISM, IDP and DC Member Sections are hosting a moderated forum for everyone to attend. During the forum, we will address questions such as: 

1. What are the current issues you face in the process of providing/receiving services? 
2. As an interpreter, agency owner, requesting entity or consumer, what do you think the others want or need? 
3. What is needed to improve the process of providing services to consumers? 
4. What safeguards would you like to see in place? 

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Happy Fourth! Mark Twain said: "It was wonderful to find America, but it would have been more wonderful to miss it."
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I am pleased to announce that the motion for IDP MAL position on RID BOD has been submitted as of 12:15 MST May 2nd 2013 on behalf of Deaf Caucus!
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Artist / Certified Deaf Interpreter
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Interpreting, grandmothering (certified grandma), art, oils,
Employment
  • Freelance Interpreter
    Certified Deaf Interpreter CDI, 2006 - present
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Paradise Valley, AZ
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Glen Ellyn, IL - Round Lake, IL - Geneva, IL - Bartlett, IL - Milwaukee, WI
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Everything you have always wanted to know about me but were afraid to ask, you can find at http://juliannwasisco.com  and http//journeyofacdi.com 
Education
  • Phoenix College
    Deaf Interpreter Preparatory Program, 2008 - 2010
  • Gemological Institute of America
    Graduate Gemologist, 1997
  • Mr. Roberts School of Beauty Culture
    Cosmetology
  • Scottsdale Community College
    Culinary Arts, 2005
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