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Audrey Ramirez-Loudenback


Western Oregon University                                     Fall 2007 - 2009   
Bachelor of art, American Sign Language/English Interpreting
Bachelor of science, The Arts
(theater, dance, music)                                          Fall 1999 - 2003
Minor: mathematics

Portland State University                                         Winter 2006 - Summer 2007
Graduate Level Courses Completed:
            EPFA 526 Facilitating Student Success in Higher Education
            EPFA  510 Women in Higher Education
Including: Educator’s Program in Morelia, Mexico, Summer 2007
            ED 507: International Comparative Education

Interpreting Experiences:

  • RID/NAD National Interpreter Certification       June 2009
  • EIPA performance exam cumulative score: 4.0    May 2009

Work Experience

  • Western Oregon University                                   Summer 2009 - Present

Part-time Hourly Interpreting

  •  Chemeketa Community College                           Spring 2009 - Present

Part-time Hourly Interpreting

  • Freelance work within the Salem area                   Spring 2010 – Present
  • Theatrical Interpreting                                          Fall 2009  - Present

Romeo and Juliet at Western Oregon Universtiy     Winter 2013
The Quilters at Blanchette High School     Spring 2012
The Museum at Chemeketa Community College     Spring 2011
The Overcoat at Chemeketa Community College     Fall 2010
Thunder City at Chemeketa Community College     Winter 2010
Rabbit at Western Oregon Uniersity                      Winter 2010
Eurydice at Chemeketa Community College           Fall 2009

Volunteer Experience

  • Volunteer Interpreter for Extreme Home Makeover at Oregon School for the Deaf        September 2010
  • Deaf-Blind Retreat at Seabeck: Volunteer SSP     August 2008 & 2009

                  Interpreted for close-vision and tactile Deaf-Blind adults

  • Volunteer Interpreter for Young Life WildHorse Family Ranch
                                                                                  June 20-26, 2009

Professional Experiences:

ASL/English Interpreting Program
Western Oregon University
Professional Supervision for Interpreting Practice Program
Supervision Leader           Fall 2013 to present

  • Facilitate monthly discusses about ethical decision making in the field using Demand Control Schema structure
  • Attend annual trainings
  • Attend montly follow-up meetings to discuss how to improve the facilitation process


ASL/English Interpreting Program
Western Oregon University
Professional Supervsion for Interpreting Practice Program
Mentorship Coordinator           Fall 2012 to Fall 2013

  • Recruit participants for the program (mentors, recent graduates and supervision leaders)
  • Coordinate monthly Supervision Sessions that we're held in various locations including through web video conferences
  • Establish and maintain communication with all program participants about expectations and plans for the program
  • Meet with program director about goals and program planning details

Multicultural Student Services and Programs
Western Oregon University                                         Summer 2009
Interim On-Track Advisor

  • Represent office at Summer Orientation and Registration events
  • Communicate with incoming Diversity Scholarship Recipients
  • Provide advising for current and incoming students

Student Enrichment Program (TRiO SSS Program)
Western Oregon University
Educational Advisor                                                 September 2005 – March 2009

  • Academic Advising: Advised 90 students

  Students in Good Academic Standing are required to met with me twice per term for academic advisement. Students that are not in Good Academic Standing met with me weekly until they are back in Good Standing.

  • Personal Counseling          
  • Financial Aid Counseling
  • Graduate School Counseling
  • Teaching:  Co-Taught Career Planner: Fall 05, 06, Winter 06, 07,08, Spring 06, 07, 08
  • Presentations:  For various groups and individuals visiting the campus to provide information about TRiO SSS programs.

Leadership, Scholarships & Awards: