She holds a BS degree in Social Work and an MS degree in Career and Human Resources Development from RIT. She is currently an Assistant Director assisting deaf and hard-of-hearing students with their employment searches in fields such as Applied Computer Technology and Information Technology. She teaches courses related to job search processes, helps students develop their interviewing skills, advises them about employment trends, and coaches them on finding co-op/internship opportunities. She develops and enhances employment opportunities for deaf and hard-of-hearing students and graduates of RIT. Based on requests from companies and organizations, she travels and conducts employer training workshops "Working Together: Deaf and Hearing People" regarding accommodations and integration in the workplace. Most currently, she is on the team for the Training Resources and Career Coaching for the Deaf(TRACCD) program, which helps deaf people whose career or career advancement has been derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic get back on track.
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May 6, 2022
RIT grads told to ‘enrich the world’ with grace
RIT celebrated its 137th academic convocation Friday morning in the Gordon Field House and Activities Center. Keynote speaker Kimberly Bryant, founder of the nonprofit organization Black Girls CODE, told the graduates to be proud of their achievement, be excited about what is next in their lives, and remember—with grace—what it took to get to this milestone.
March 8, 2022
Local woman highlights challenges deaf Ukrainians face in war
WROC-TV talks to RIT/NTID’s Regina Kiperman-Kiselgof about her effort to assist deaf people in Ukraine.