Marlee Dyce received her master’s degree from Northeastern University in Boston where she studied education and sign language interpreting. She currently teaches courses in Sign Language Interpreting, Process Models, and Translation. She holds certifications in interpreting including an NAD IV, NIC Advanced, and SD State Level 5. Marlee has been a community interpreter for 16 years working in a variety of settings, including medical, legal, mental health and Video Relay Service. She has spent recent years studying the effects of gender on interpretation and is currently researching academic acceptance of American Sign Language in post-secondary settings. Marlee joined CCIE as a commissioner in July, 2016.