Daniel Greene ASL Interpreter Arizona

Daniel Greene

NIC Master, 2010; RID CT, 1999; RID CI, 1998; NAD IV, 1991
MA in Interpreting Studies with an emphasis in Teaching Interpreting, BA in Single Subject Teaching of English with a concentration in Communications & Media Study
Current: Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID), Arizona RID, Mano a Mano (Spanish-English-ASL interpreters), Interpreting Institute for Reflection-in-Action and Supervision (IIRAS), American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), American Sign Language Teachers Association (ASLTA), Arizona Court Interpreters Association Previous: Professional Supervision of Interpreting Practice (PSIP), San Diego County RID (SDCRID)
Interpreting Preferences
Medical, legal, conference, post-secondary education. Have experience and training in oral transliteration and trilingual (Spanish-English-ASL) interpreting. People say ASL-to-English (voice) interpreting is one of my strengths.
Family & Hobbies
My husband & I have been married since 2004, and we live with two cute chihuahuas and a beautiful Maine Coon. My hobbies include; Traveling, walking, hiking, and photography.
Fun Fact About Me
My grandfather was Johnny Drake of Glen Miller's Modernaires. My mother, Jonni (not Joni), was named after him.
Worked With AZFLIS
Has Interpreted For
Has Lived In Arizona