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Kati Mitchell

Special Assistant, Government Relations and Special Projects
President's Office

Kati Mitchell

Phone Numbers

202-448-7134 (V)
202-559-5589 (VP)



College Hall 214B

Kati Mitchell earned a Master's degree in Deaf History from Gallaudet University and a Bachelor's degree in Deaf Studies from Utah Valley University. She has worked at Gallaudet for over eight years, with her primary responsibility being coordinating government relations for the University. 

Deaf Studies Senior Thesis Course Part 1- Fall 2016

Deaf Studies Senior Thesis Course Part 2- Spring 2017


  • "Are We Not as Much Citizens as Any Body?" Alice Taylor Terry and Deaf Citizenship in the Early Twentieth Century
    • In Our Own Hands: Essays in Deaf History, 1780-1970
    • May 2016
  • Gainful Employment: Historical Examples from Akron, Ohio
    • Deaf Gain: Raising the Stakes for Human Diversity. University of Minnesota Press.
    • October 2014


  •  “Written Resistance: Alice T. Terry and Edwin A. Hodgson”
    • April 2014
    • Presented via video filmed prior to the conference, co-presenter was Jannelle Legg (presented in person). Deaf Studies Today! Conference, Orem, Utah, April 2014
  •  “Alice Taylor Terry: A Deaf Female Advocate”
    • July 2012
    • Poster Presentation, Deaf History International conference, Toronto, Canada
  • “Alice Taylor Terry: Deaf Leader, Writer, and Advocate, 1878-1950”
    • April 2012
    • Deaf Studies Today! Conference, Orem, Utah
  • “The Life and Writings of Alice T. Terry: 1878-1950”
    • May 2011
    • Deaf History Lecture Series, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC


800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002


800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002