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Getting to Know SDCOE: Kathryn Hall Sign Language Interpreter

Kathryn Hall’s colleagues describe her as hardworking, resourceful, and collaborative.

“Kathryn’s sense of joy and humor is an absolute delight to encounter,” said Amanda Bosworth, a colleague who nominated her. “She makes going to work an enjoyable time.”

Hall has been a sign language interpreter for 10 years, working from the North County Regional Education Center in schools across North County. She has worked with students from preschool-age to adult and has developed a strong rapport with them all.

“She always gives 100% when she is on the job,” Bosworth said. “She will go above and beyond to maximize students’ learning.”

Her caring nature isn’t only at work, though. In 2015, she founded a nonprofit organization called Deaf Heart Inc. to support adult students who have aged out of the school system and still need support.

“When Kathryn recognizes a need in the community she will find a resource — or create one,” Bosworth said.

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