Amanda Mueller holds a Masters of Interpreter Pedagogy from Northeastern University and a BA in Psychology with minors in communications and philosophy from Valparaiso University. Interpreting professionally since 1994, she is currently a staff interpreter at Gallaudet University and holds her RID CI/CT, NIC Master and SC:L. Equally passionate about rescuing pitbulls and playing in nature, this Chicago-girl has been exploring the east coast by visiting 28 of the 72! MD state parks as well as neighboring state's outdoor beauty with her family since they moved here in 2009.
Vernice have been working as a professional interpreter for five years and moved to the Washington D.C. area from Atlanta, G.A in 2017. She obtained her Bachelor degree in Public Administration and Justice from Northern Arizona University and her Associates of Arts from Pima County College Interpreting Training Program.
Passionate about working with a diverse group of interpreters and Deaf individuals, the move to Washington D.C. area was a natural fit. An Avid traveler, Vernice has traveled all over the United States and internationally to interpret to places like Zimbabwe, Cuba, Europe, Arizona, Georgia, New York, Pennsylvania to name a few.
Vernice is a social butterfly and is thrilled to be a part of the Women of the Wild gathering. She is looking forward to building long-lasting relationships with each and every one of you.