Hello Everyone! What can I say about myself? I am an advocate, Deaf interpreter, and ASL teacher. I LOVE art and am self-taught. My current focus is on mixed media. I'm excited to share this summer's Sign of Fun camp experience and look forward to meeting everyone!
Hello beautiful people! I would like to introduce to you all who I am. I am a proud Black Deaf advocate, a single mother, a college student, and a self-taught hairstylist. I am pursuing my education at J. Sargeant Reynolds for an early childhood education and Deaf studies degree. I loveeeee nature! I love spending quality time with my two young children. I enjoy socializing with the Deaf community. My biggest goal is to set up an inclusive daycare in Richmond for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deafblind children.
Hello, hello! My name is Michelle. I have a passion for advocacy and language acquisition. Our children need role models so they can be a viable part of society! At Signs of Fun, I will have the opportunity to help increase language skills and be a role model for these beautiful children!
See my bio in ASL HERE
Meet Mr. Darrell Avery:Hello! My name is Darrell Avery, and I am excited to join your SoF Summer Camp. This is my 20th year teaching a Special Education mixed grades class at Harry E James Elementary School in Hopewell, Va. I live in Hopewell, Va. I graduated from VA School for the Deaf and Blind in Staunton, Va. I attended Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.
This SoF Summer Camp will be so much fun, and I can’t wait to get to know you guys better! I’m looking forward to meeting you everyone.
Food: Firebird and Olive Garden
Drink: Sweet Tea
Hobbies: travel, sports, reading, museums, amusement parks, beaches, watching Netflix movies, and being outdoors and indoors. I’m an all-around enthusiast of almost everything!