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Interpreter Certification Board

The Interpreter Certification Board (ICB) is an advisory board that governs and addresses issues related to certified interpreters in the state of Utah. This board meets on a quarterly basis and is comprised of representatives from the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation, Board of Regents, Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DSDHH), Deaf community members and interpreting professionals. Visitors are welcome with the exception of executive sessions that may be held at a meeting.

2018 Meeting Schedule

The advisory board meets at least four times a year at the Sanderson Community Center of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing at 5709 South 1500 West, Taylorsville, Utah. Dates and times may change depending on board needs.

Date and Time Location Agenda Meeting
Minutes
November 7, 2018
3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Sanderson Community Center
5709 South 1500 West,
Taylorsville, Utah
January 2018 Agenda
August 1, 2018
3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Sanderson Community Center
5709 South 1500 West,
Taylorsville, Utah
January 2018 Agenda
May 2, 2018
3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Sanderson Community Center
5709 South 1500 West,
Taylorsville, Utah
January 2018 Agenda January 2018 Minutes
February 7, 2018
3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Sanderson Community Center
5709 South 1500 West,
Taylorsville, Utah
January 2018 Agenda January 2018 Minutes

Board Members

Michelle Draper - Chair (certified interpreter)

Amy Hardy - Vice Chair (certified interpreter)

Amelia Williams (certified interpreter)

Allyson Hamilton (certified interpreter)

Ben Daniels (Deaf community member)

Clay Anderson (DSDHH)

Crystal Thomas (Utah State Board of Education)

Duane Kinner (Deaf community member)

David Davenport (Board of Regents)

Kristi Mortensen (Deaf community member)

Roberta Dunlap (Deaf community member)

Board Duties

  • Recommend
    • appropriate policies and procedures
    • budgetary matters
    • testing standards
    • certification renewal and maintenance of certification
    • standards of supervision of persons training to become certified interpreters
    • certification qualifications
    • rules governing applications for certification
    • a fair and impartial method of examination of applicants
  • Define unprofessional conduct
  • Establish rules for reinstatement and renewal of certification
  • Review complaints involving unlawful or unprofessional conduct of a certified interpreter