Phyllis Rogers

MA, Deaf Education, Gallaudet University

Phyllis Rogers is currently Mentoring Program Lead/Interpreter III at Gallaudet Interpreting Service. She designed and developed both the GIS Visiting Interpreting Program for interpreter development and the training program, “Results! Mentoring” for interpreter mentors. Her BA degree is from Marquette University and her MA from Gallaudet University. She has been interpreting for more than 20 years and holds CSC, NIC-Master, and SC:L certifications.

Selected publications:

Rogers, P. (2005). Sign Language Interpreting In Testing Environments. In J. L. Mounty, D. S. Martin, (Eds.), Assessing Deaf Adults (pp. 109-122). Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.
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