Adjunct Faculty at the University of Northern Colorado: Skills Development for Legal Interpreters,
Introduction to Civil Procedure, Introduction to the American Judicial System, Criminal
Law, and ASL Linguistics.
Nationally certified ASL-English Interpreter through the Registry of Interpreters
for the Deaf (CI, CT, SC:L, & Ed:K-12)
Heritage signer with deaf parents
Research/Areas of Interest
Heritage language users of signed language
Interpreter education for L1 users of signed language
Interpreting in legal settings
Interpreting in educational settings
Williamson, A. (2016). Lost in the shuffle: Deaf-parented interpreters and their paths
to interpreting careers. International Journal of Interpreter Education 8(1), 4-22.
Williamson, A. (2015). Educating the heritage signed language learner. RID VIEWS,31(3), 35-37.
Williamson, A. (2015). Heritage learner to professional interpreter: Who are deaf-parented interpreters and
how do they achieve professional status? Master's thesis. Paper 22. www.digitalcommons.wou.edu/theses/22/