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Seven Questions: Robin Comforto

Robin is a TypeWell transcriber and Associate Faculty Member at Oregon State University. "I was a fast learner as well as a fast typist," she says. "My typing teacher encouraged me to cut class once in a while..."

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Seven Questions: Christy Joy Hack

Christy works from home as an independently-contracted TypeWell transcriber for Intellitext (where she also provides administrative support) and Alternative Communication Services (ACS)...

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Seven Questions: Teresa Pace Walker

TypeWell is grateful to Teresa Pace Walker for serving as volunteer coordinator for our recent conference, and we're pleased to shine the spotlight on her for this month's 7 Questions! Have you ever wondered what's peeking out from her tote bag? Read on to find out...

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Seven Questions: Kevin Rovegno

This month Kevin Rovegno shares thoughts on his role as a classroom transcriber, including his favorite keyboard snack. Ole`!

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Seven Questions: Andrew Hansen

The very first client I worked with as a TypeWell transcriber was born and raised in Switzerland. This person was completely deaf until the age of 16. Then my client received a cochlear implant and heard speech for the very first time...

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Seven Questions: Jason Kapcala

This month we meet with Jason "Kap" Kapcala, a TypeWell transcriber and the Coordinator of Auxiliary Aids at West Virginia University in Morgantown.

Question: If you had to describe your job to someone with no knowledge of TypeWell — in 30 seconds or less — what would you say?

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Seven Questions: Joyce Dworsky

In our continuing series 7 Questions , we interview transcribers and coordinators who are part of the TypeWell community.

Meet Joyce Dworsky, transcriber and Owner/Executive Director of Vital Signs, LLC based in Silver Spring, Maryland...

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Seven Questions: Dave Wollenhaup

We are pleased to resume our series of 7 Questions, in which we interview transcribers and coordinators who are part of the TypeWell community. Meet Dave Wollenhaup, a transcriber and Owner/Operator of Equal Access Services, based in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Learning to type with poker chips on your wrists? Only in Vegas...

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Seven Questions: Brynn Elliott

Brynn lives in Laramie, Wyoming and is the Communication Access Services Coordinator at the University of Wyoming, the only university in the state.

The most important trait for a coordinator? "Flexibility!" says Brynn. "Go with the flow. Schedules change, new students crop up, and transcribers get sick. Roll with it...."

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