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Nathan Fowler

Nathan Fowler

Nathan Fowler, NIC-A, is a nationally certified ASL/English interpreter who enjoys exploring interpreting with colleagues. In 2007, he graduated from Northeastern University, double-majoring in linguistics and in ASL/English interpreting. He was credentialed by Massachusetts in 2007, and subsequently certified nationally by RID in 2009 (NIC), and again in 2011 (NIC-A). In 2009, Nathan began studying the Integrated Model of Interpreting (IMI), and he hasn’t stopped. The IMI provides a framework for reflecting upon and understanding his work, and as a tool for discussing work with others. Since 2010, Nathan has been an active member of the Etna Project, a retreat-style professional development series based on the IMI and facilitated by Betty Colonomos. Nathan has been an active member of RID, serving on various committees, including the PDC. He has been similarly active in his local affiliate chapter, MassRID. He lives in Massachusetts, and works at UConn and in private practice.

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