Years ago Greyson Van Pelt interpreted American sign language at the University of Buffalo for then President and Nyle DiMarco.

Nyle DiMarco visited the University of Buffalo to deliver a speech titled “Living Out Loud” explaining how his work in advocacy for the Deaf community is building bridges. He is filling in the gaps in the entertainment industry along with supporting new awareness of language deprivation globally.

Nyle brought along an interpreter from Flamingo Interpreting to interpret his speech including a fifteen minute question and answer with the audience.

There were other incredible interpreters at the University of Buffalo who interpret American sign language and English in the twin tier region as well as the larger city of Buffalo. One of the American Sign Language Interpreters was from Rochester, New York and studied at the National Technical Institute of the Deaf (NTID).