Mentoring Specialty Areas: Interpreting Process: ASL to English Interpreting process: English to ASL CASLI (Formerly NIC) Test Prep VRI and DeafBlind Interpreting Teaming with Deaf Interpreter Theater/Performance
Sadi Dudley is a licensed sign language interpreter in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She holds a Board of Evaluation of Interpreters (BEI) – Advanced certification. Some of her work experiences are within the following settings: medical, theatrical/performances, all education levels, DeafBlind, VRI, vocational rehabilitation, and some government settings. She received her B.A. and interpreting certificate from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and her M.A. in linguistics from Gallaudet University.
During her time at Gallaudet, she gained knowledge of varied depiction usage as a research assistant under Dr. Mary Thumann, Ph.D. for her pilot study, Examining the Use of Depiction across American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASPLI) Assessment Levels.
In addition, Sadi is passionate about goal setting and confidence building. She demonstrated this skill set when she completed her thru hike of the Appalachian Trail (AT) in 2021.
When not working, Sadi enjoy hiking, aerial yoga, cooking, camping, and spending time with her partner and their two zany animals, Marlow (dog) and D.O.G. (cat).
The Education-2-Excellence Program is provided by ASLIS and is supported by grant funding from the Minnesota Department of Human Services, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Division.