Angela Herbert has worked as an ASL/English interpreter both in educational and freelance settings including K-12, post-secondary, medical, mental health, performing arts, conferences, and twelve-step programs. She holds national certification through the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) and has served as a co-facilitator for Northeastern University’s ASL Summer Symposium for the past nine years. She is an alumna of Northeastern’s ASL-English interpreting program and also earned her MEd in Deaf Education from Boston University. Angela has taught at Northeastern for ten years and is currently a full-time faculty member specializing in the area of ASL-English Interpreting. Angela is now serving as interim co-director of the ASL Program.
MEd Deaf Education, Boston University