Board of Directors
Moses is a practicing interpreter in Northeastern Ohio. Graduating with bachelor’s degrees in interpreting and ASL, and his master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Kent State University, he has worked as an instructor, interpreter, mentor, and manager. He is currently completing his Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction Studies, with a current research emphasis on the intersection of language learning and ideology. NIC certified, he has interpreted in k-12, post-secondary, community, medical, VRS, and VRI. Moses currently serves as the National Manager of Community Operations at Purple Communications. He is also an ordained Pastor and Elder and serves in both of those capacities in his local church body. Moses has been married for 14 years and has five beautiful children.
Image Description: President, Moses McIntosh, a white man with short brown hair and hazel eyes with large black glasses and a medium length beard is directly facing (portrait style) the camera wearing a warm toothy smile and a light blue plaid shirt with a collar. He stands in front of a blurred natural background with the sun shining through branches and leaves of green trees.
Image Description: Director of Programming, John Lestina, Jr, a clean shaven white man with short brown hair and blue eyes with large black glasses, is directly facing (portrait style) the camera wearing a warm toothy smile, black blazer, and white collard shirt with small light blue plaid stripes. He stands in front of a blurred natural background with the sun shining through branches and leaves of green trees.
Director of Finance
Director of Meetings
Vicky Emerson, RID-CT, Trauma Informed Qualified Interpreter - 2016
Image Description: Vicky is a caucasian cis-gen woman who is directly facing the camera with a full smile, wearing glasses & long dangly silver swirl earrings with her long brown hair hanging down and with a streak of silver (glitter) in her half pulled up curly hair in from of a stone stairway in front of a castle in Sydney, Ohio. Snow is on the ground.