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Analysis of RID’s Conference Structure and Offerings: How to Remain Relevant to the Profession

ASL:   English: RID's Conference Structure and Offerings: How to Remain Relevant to the Profession Anna Witter-Merithew, M.Ed. CSC, SC:L, OIC:C, SC:PA, CI and CT Interim Executive Director In consideration of the 2017 RID National Conference planning as well as the future of our conference structure, the RID Board of Directors has requested that RID [...]

2018-04-24T06:15:16-05:00October 30th, 2015|Categories: From RID Headquarters, From the Executive Director|0 Comments

Interim Executive Director Anna Witter-Merithew on RID HQ Restructuring

ASL: English: Hello. I am Anna Witter-Merithew, the Interim Executive Director of RID. The purpose of this video is to inform the membership of some exciting changes within RID HQ, related to staffing, their duties, roles, and titles. When I was first hired at the end of March, one of the primary tasks the Board [...]

2018-04-24T06:15:17-05:00September 16th, 2015|Categories: From RID Headquarters, From the Executive Director|0 Comments

Interim Executive Director Anna Witter-Merithew on Testing and Certification Risk Assessment

  Hello. I am Anna Witter-Merithew, Interim Executive Director of RID. In that role, I expect to work here at RID for a finite period of time – 9 months, 10 months, or so. During that time, RID will search, screen, and then select the new permanent Executive Director. Because my work at RID is [...]

Missouri Rules Governing Interpreters in the State

On April 1, 2014,  RID filed comments about proposed amendments to the Missouri rules governing interpreters in the state. The comments address concerns around certification equivalency set forth in the rules. A very special thank you to MO-RID president, Kathleen Alexander, for her support and advice through the commenting process. You can view the comments [...]

2018-04-24T06:15:41-05:00April 1st, 2014|Categories: Advocacy News, From RID Headquarters, From the Executive Director|0 Comments