Angela Myers was educated at Indiana University (B.S. in Education), at the University of New Mexico (B.S. in Sign Language Interpreting), and at Western Maryland College (M.S. in Deaf Education).
She has experience in the community and at previous jobs includes RID Local Test Administrator, ICRID Satellite Coordinator for South Bend, Ind., ICRID Member-at-Large, and ICRID Newsletter Editor. She is credentialed from RID with certificates of interpretation and of transliteration. Also, she has her Indiana Interpreting Certificate. She is a member of RID, ICRID, OCRID and CIT.
Edwin Carrington teaches ASL, Deaf culture, and some interpreting courses. Prior to coming to Bethel in August 2015, Carrington taught ASL I-III to students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for eight years. While he was there, he attended graduate school at the University of Illinois at Springfield, where he earned his master’s degree in Liberal & Integrative Studies: Deaf Material Culture in 2014. Carrington has exclusively focused on collecting and researching original Deafmade contraptions for the past eight years and continuing into the present.