Kendra Timko-Hotchkeppel

BMC Facilitator Bio

The Bilingual Mediation Center works with professionals in the arena of teaching, interpretation, and assessment. These colleagues are of the highest caliber and meet or exceed our standards.

Kendra Timko-Hochkeppel, MCDHH State-Screened Deaf Interpreter. She received her B.S. in Education from Northeastern University and a M.A. in Social Work from Salem State University. She works full-time as an interpreter in private practice. She is 3rd generation Deaf, and was born and raised in Connecticut. She currently resides in Massachusetts with her husband and 2 KODA teen daughters. She has extensive experience at the Deaf Foundations of Interpreting Seminar Series, including facilitation. Kendra has also been a part of the BMC Facilitators Roundtable and Sharing our R: Unpacking our Formative Experiences. She is an IMI practitioner through and through. In her free time, she enjoys spending time camping with her family, reading a good book and playing disc golf when she has the chance. 

Foundations of Interpreting

The Foundations of Interpreting Seminar Series provides insights into The Integrated Model of Interpreting and the processes we engage in while interpreting. Click here for more information on the series as well as a schedule of current seminars being offered.

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