Jennifer Cranston, M.Ed., possesses expertise in multiple areas contributing to the success of deaf and hard-of-hearing students in K-12 environments. In addition to being a certified teacher with endorsements in Deaf Education PreK-12, ESOL PreK-12, Elementary Education K-6, and ASL, she is a nationally certified interpreter, state qualified cued language transliterator, & D/HH Early Intervention Specialist. Jennifer has two decades of experience in the field of Deaf Education, including teaching English to deaf students in both public schools and residential settings. Currently, she is the ASL Interpreter Supervisor for Arlington Public Schools in VA. Jennifer earned her B.A. in Deaf Education and Elementary Education from Flagler College, an M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction from GMU, and is currently a doctoral candidate in the Interpretation & Translation Program at Gallaudet University. She has presented at multiple professional conferences and educational institutions, including EDHI, NAIE, VRID, PCRID, TESOL, FLAVA, GMU, APS, and the ARC.