Regan Thibodeau
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Regan Thibodeau is a native of Maine who recently moved to DC with her fiance, two children, and their family dog, Zoi. She is passionate about honoring the interpreting field and celebrating the rich history of American Sign Language. Her skills are embodied with experience from her travels and studies of other Signed Languages from Deaf communities around the world. This opened avenues her provision of workshops on Deaf Interpreting topics in places from Peru to RID. Additionally, Regan engaged in Deafblind interpreting work from volunteering as a Support Service Provider at the AADB Conference in San Diego and at various retreats (Seabeck, Nappa Valley, and New England). Regan is excited to come aboard at GIS!

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