Pamela Collins
Short Biography
Pamela Collins, a Washington, D.C. native, began her interpreting studies at Georgia Perimeter College in Atlanta, GA. Pam, CI and CT, obtained her Associates of Science degree in Interpreting from Catonsville Community College and her Bachelor's degree in American Sign Language from Gallaudet University, graduating Suma Cum Laude and with University Honors. As an active member of the interpreting and Deaf community, Pam is currently serving as President for National Alliance of Black Interpreters - DC (NAOBI-DC), a mentor, and on the interpreting committee for D.C. Area Black Deaf Advocates (DCABDA). An avid theatre lover, she has had the opportunity to explore new heights through performance arts interpreting. In the future Pam wants to continue her undergraduate project-"Capturing the Moment"- archiving the experience of elders in the Black Deaf and interpreting communities.
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