All instructors are experienced, trained teachers of Signing Exact English and include:
Kathy Bodewig: Experienced educational interpreter at the elementary level and community
college instructor. Also does freelance interpreting.
Pam Boswell: Experienced interpreter at elementary and secondary levels. Private
practice interpreter and consultant, RID and NAD certified. Has conducted workshops
and training at both state and national level.
Dennis Davino: Experienced educational interpreter, teacher in programs for deaf
and hard of hearing, and has conducted national and international seminars.
Jill Ellis: Director, Center for Early Intervention on Deafness, Berkeley, California.
Alisa George: Experienced ESSE certified interpreter and instructor. Has worked
at elementary & secondary levels. Coordinates and teaches all S.E.E. classes for
Family Conversations and Seattle Children's Hospital.
Susan Goodwyn: Experienced educational interpreter, teaches sign language at Wichita
Gerilee Gustason: Co-developer of S.E.E.; retired coordinator of San Jose Sate University
teacher preparation program for teachers of deaf and hard of hearing students, former
professor at Gallaudet, mother of a deaf daughter.
James Kilpatrick: Assoc. Professor of Spanish at MO. Southern State University in
Joplin; trilingual video relay interpreter; educational interpreter primary to university
levels; medical interpreter; experienced SEE instructor; supervisor of Spanish medical
interpreter interns and supervisor of foreign language teacher certification K-12.
Debbie Krupinski: Speech and Language Pathologist using total communication at preschool
and elementary levels for twenty years.
Malina Lindell: Daughter of Deaf parents, Teacher of the Deaf, Interpreting Program
Coordinator and educational interpreter with experience from preschool through post-secondary.
RID's CT, CI and Ed:K12; from Pendleton, Oregon.
Barbara Martin: Experienced S.E.E. instructor and educational interpreter. Also
does freelance interpreting. Mother of an adult deaf son. Active in legislative
efforts to improve the quality of education for deaf students.
Kathy Maxwell: Career/vocational specialist for deaf and hard of hearing students,
community college instructor, conference presenter.
Mary Pat Moeller: Director, Center on Childhood Deafness, Boystown National Research
Hospital, Omaha, NE.
Susan Morgan: Resource teacher of deaf and hard of hearing students, community college
sign language instructor and presenter at education conferences.
Mary Shifley: Teacher of the deaf, RID certified interpreter, sign language instructor.
Patrice Stephenson: Experienced S.E.E. instructor and educational interpreter, mother
of a deaf son.
Linda Taylor: Works for ATECH Services as an educational consultant to teams with
students who are deaf/hard of hearing.
Sue Tellez: Teacher of deaf and hard of hearing students and community college sign
Susie Ternes: Audiologist, sign language instructor, educational interpreter, sibling
of a deaf adult.
Carol Turner: Experienced educational interpreter and community college instructor.
Has conducted national and international seminars.
Esther Zawolkow: Daughter of deaf parents, co-developer of S.E.E.; experienced educational
interpreter. Has C.S.C