This video was created by Jr. NAD members during the #JRNAD2015 National Conference in Orlando, Florida. If you're reading this from your mobile, view the video here.
We're looking for interested people to run for available board positions for the NAD! Apply at phoenix.nad.org by June 3, 2016. If you're reading this from your mobile, watch the video here.
We've got an exciting line up of emcees who are ready to take the stage this summer during #NAD2016 in Phoenix, Arizona! Register at phoenix.nad.org before May 31, 2016. If you're reading this from your mobile, view the video here.
To inspire, encourage, and advocate for deaf and hard of hearing children -- these were the motivations that sparked Stacy Abrams’ #whyIsign campaign, and inspire she has! The NAD recognizes Stacy Abrams for April’s #NADhandwave for this creative and unique campaign. From her website www.whyisign.com to Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, the #whyIsign campaign has gone viral and inspired many members
Hailing from Chicago, Carol Nemecek-Kowalski embodies the passion for leadership and advocacy, and we are thrilled to recognize her for this month’s #NADhandwave! Carol invests a great deal of her time and efforts in the deaf community and holds a special place in her heart for the Chicago Club for the Deaf (CCD). In case you didn’t know, CCD is one of the oldest deaf clubs in Illinois, as it was established in 1942!
Victorica Monroe, a Mississippi native, is this month’s #NADhandwave recipient! She has been nominated in recognition of her strong leadership and activism regarding #GallyCampusRacism.