Mitch Bartlett received his Associates of Applied Science (A.A.S) in Interpreter Training from Johnson County Community College (JCCC) in 1995 with honors. He is certified in Kansas at a level 5/5 and maintains a Comprehensive Certification in Missouri; both of which are the top levels an interpreter can attain. Mitch is also a certified evaluator for the Kansas Quality Assurance Screening (KQAS.) Mitch is the founder and coordinator for the annual Deaf Night at the Royals charity event. He currently teaches American Sign Language/Deaf Culture classes in business settings on a weekly basis. He is a Practicum Lead for interpreting students in the KC area.
Niki Stillman began her love of sign language during her senior year of high school in 2001. What started out as learning about Deaf culture and sign language one hour a day quickly lead to graduating from Johnson County Community College in 2004 with an A.A.S. in Interpreter Trainig. Niki worked for the Shawnee Mission School District from 2004 to 2007 before joining Interpreting Solutions, LLC as a staff member. Niki is certified as a KQAS level 4/4 and MICS Advanced.
With over 40 years of combined experience from the above staff, not to mention many more years of experience from our long list of freelance interpreters, you can see why you can put your trust in us.
In addition to the staff at Interpreting Solutions, LLC, here is a list of attributes that makes us exceptional:
- 24-hour interpreting service
- An Office Manager - one point of contact
- Telephone answered 24 hours a day
- Certified, Level 5 Interpreters (staff and freelancers)
- Confirmation Numbers
- Spanish Interpreting also available
- Competitive prices with professional service!
If you’re looking for reliability, quality AND experience, look no further! Call Wendy at 913-980-4120 and we can discuss your interpreting needs. We would be happy to offer you a list of references from area customers!
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