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Stephanie Sforza

Interpreter II/Deaf-Blind Services
Gallaudet Interpreting Service

Stephanie Sforza

Phone Numbers

202-568-8817 (VP)



Peet Hall 518

Sforza wants to live in a world filled with innovative interpreters, and cookbooks that come bundled with a mug of wine.  She hailed from The Bronx, with a British mum, who taught her how to speak British.  Sforza was a Middle School and High School teacher, taught Science, History, Health and Deaf Studies at Austine School for the Deaf in Vermont,  The Learning Center for the Deaf in Massachusetts and PS. 47 The Bilingual School in NYC for few years before became an Interpreter.  She graduated from Gallaudet University, in Masters in Interpretation in 2012. As an Interpreter and a mentor with more than 20 years of experience, she’s worked for many different agencies. Sforza was a MC to the most popular ASL Trivia in Washington, D.C.   When she’s not interpreting or mentoring, you can find her whipping up delicious meals for her family and framily, hosting game nights and spending quality time with her family.

Interpreting in academic, legal, mental health, business, and medical settings.  Co-coordinating interpreters for Gallaudet University National Academic Bowl and coordinate interpreters for Gallaudet University National Battle of the Books.  

Discourse Analysis, 2013 (Gallaudet University)

Trainer for TSCI interpreters 2012 -2013

Introduction to Deaf Interpreting

Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID)

National Association f/t Deaf (NAD)

ASL Trivia co-founder

Research thesis “DI(2) = Team Interpreting” published in Deaf Interpreters at Work: International Insights in 2012.


800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002


800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002