The Advocacy, Education, and Outreach committee is responsible for promoting advocacy in regards to legislative issues pertaining to members of the interpreting profession, as well as those impacted members of the Deaf community. The committee is responsible for educating organizations and entities about current laws, professional standards and/ or needs regarding the provision of qualified interpreters. The committee also seeks to identify and strengthen relationships and partnerships with other stakeholder groups and organizations.
Number of members: Chair, plus 5
Carly Hudson is the Advocacy, Education & Outreach Committee Chair. She graduated from Florida State College of Jacksonville (FSCJ) with her A.S. in Interpreting and continued her education at University of North Florida (UNF) to receive her B.S. in ASL/English Interpreting. She interprets in various settings such as K-12, medical, performing arts, and video relay. In her free time, she runs Professional Young Interpreters in Jacksonville and enjoys reading, letterboxing, and hiking.
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