Joy SchultzProgram Director, Interpreter Education Department: Public Services McLeod Building (S) 511-E
Wilmington Campus 910-707-4727 firstname.lastname@example.org
After graduating with a Masters of Science in Deaf Education from NTID in 2004 with ambitions to teach high school science, Joy realized that what she really wanted to do was to teach American Sign Language (ASL). A few years into motherhood, Joy started teaching ASL at UNC-Wilmington in 2009. Six years later, Cape Fear Community College saw the need and decided to create an Interpreter Education program. Joy then spearheaded the new program from the ground up as the program director. It was at that time she realized her love for teaching ASL and inspiring future interpreter-students was the perfect combination right in front of her.
B.A., Environmental Science, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
M.S., Deaf Education, Rochester Institute of Technology
Master Level – National American Sign Language Teacher’s Association