Loretta Roult is the Director of ASL Diagnostic and Evaluation Services at Gallaudet University. She also serves as the team leader for ASL Placement Testing, Diagnostic Assessment and Classroom Observation. Born to Deaf parents, Ms. Roult was raised and educated in New York City. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Gallaudet University and earned a Masters degree from New York University in 1987. Before her employment at Gallaudet, Ms. Roult had been involved with ASLPI evaluations on a contractual basis and, for more than twenty years, taught ASL and presented on ASL, Deaf culture and Deaf folklore in the greater New York City area and Maryland. She also freelances as a Deaf-blind interpreter. Ms. Roult is a board member of the Frederick American Sign Language Teachers Association (FASLTA) and is active in many civic and community activities. She was Entertainment Chairperson for the Deaf Women United (DWU) 2005 conference in Maryland. Ms. Roult researched, developed and wrote the Menstruation Monologues, which has been performed at a number of local venues throughout the metropolitan area as well as select appearances nationwide. Ms. Roult has also served as a workshop chairperson for the Maryland Association of the Deaf (MDAD). She currently resides in Frederick, Maryland with her husband, two daughters and two dogs.