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Women Who Mean Business



EIS President to Receive Honor

Empire’s owner and President, Theresa Slater, has been chosen as a recipient of the ‘2010 Red Cross: Women Who Mean Business’ award. The award is given to women who ‘share their energy, insight and passion for excellence and achievement with their community.’ Congrats to Theresa for this great honor!
The EIS Summer Newsletter has arrived!
EIS Brochure Now available in Spanish

Recently, Empire Interpreting Service™ completed its first step in transitioning all of its informational material into several languages. Please click on the photos below to see the transition of our brochure from English into Spanish.

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Certified WBENC

Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) recognizes EIS

The WBENC recently recognized Empire Interpreting Service™ as a Nationally Certified Women's Business Enterprise. We consider it a great honor to now be part of such a prestigious organization.
Go here to learn more.

Professional Attire Center of Attention in 'NAJIT Proteus' Article

EIS prides itself on the Professionalism provided by its staff and its Interpreters. Our professionalism is reflected not only in our service, but also in our apprearance. This topic was the center of focus in an article in Volume XVII, No. 3 of the Proteus. Click here to read.
D-PAN
Deaf Performing Artists Network

The Deaf Performing Artists Network, a new national nonprofit organization, was formed to make music and music culture accessible to millions of underserved Americans, as well as to create career and learning opportunities in the music business for deaf and hard of hearing artists and technicians.
D-PAN studio
D-PAN begins by taking an easy, simple step: By creating deaf-centric reinterpretations of music videos using the standard American Sign Language (ASL), enabling performing artists to communicate to the hard of hearing worldwide. In creating these videos, D-PAN will open up a new channel for dialogue with a vibrant, active community who are anxious to participate in music culture at all levels – as creators, as performers, as consumers.

Take a look at D-PAN's ASL Videos including Christina Aguilera's 'Beautiful'