ASL Interpreter Network is an interpreter referral agency established in 2001 maintaining professionalism, community commitment, and a strong sense of customer service providing nationally certified sign language interpreters to work in a wide array of settings: medical, mental health and legal appointments, highly technical fields, business meetings, job interviews, conferences, training classes and workshops. From the highly technical customer requiring specifically educated interpreters, to the person with limited language abilities who needs extra communication tools, we can do it all. No assignment is to complex for us to provide the service you need in a professional and timely manner.
Robbi Crockett MA, MS, NAD IV, NIC-A, CMHI
A CODA and graduate of Gallaudet University with a MA in Mental Health Counseling and MS in Administration. During her graduate studies she also led as President of the Graduate Student Association and State Representative for the National Association of Professional Graduate Students. She chose her first career in communications working as an announcer and reporter for Fox Television and Radio Media, but always had one foot in the Deaf community. During her undergraduate studies she worked part time as a radio drive time announcer and case manager for the Deaf transitioning from the State hospital to living independent in the community. In 1997 she accepted a scholarship to Gallaudet University pursuing 2 masters in 2 years and moving to Seattle to complete a 3 month internship that became a permanent home in the Northwest; opening ASL Interpreter Network in 2001. She continues to work various regional, national, and international conferences since 1996, including NAD/RID, Deafway 2002, National Emergency Management and Mental Health conferences; including presidential campaigns on both sides of the political divide for national and state offices. She served 8 years as Vice President of Washington Gallaudet Alumni Association (www.waguaa.org) and 2 years on the board of Abused Deaf Women Advocacy Services (www.adwas.org) and is currently the consultant on the WA State Medical Interpreter Task Force