Oregon Registry of
Interpreters for the Deaf
ORID is a community of volunteers striving to promote the socialization and professionalism of our interpreting community. Collectively, we empower local interpreters to continually advance our community, the profession, and its standards through a collaborative approach prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion. As an affiliate chapter of RID, we represent Oregon and Southwest Washington’s interpreters at the national level by initiating leadership at the local level.
Please join ORID in improving the interpreting community of Oregon by becoming a member, and actively participating in setting the organization’s agenda.
Meet our 2020-2021 ORID Board
See yourself here! We'd love you to join us on the board or a committee!
Elise Mongeon Woman with blonde hair, navy blue shirt and black blazer smiling at the camera with a green background.
Saamanta Serna Woman with short black curled hair wearing a gray jacket standing in front of a river and foggy cityscape and smiling.
Brandon Heaps Man with beard and navy blue polo smiles at the camera with a green background.
Sandy Pascual Woman with wavy brown hair, with a dark purple shirt and black blazer, smiles at the camera.
Susan Quinn Woman with short brown hair and black blazer smiling at the camera.
Laurielle Aviles Laurielle has short black hair, black framed glasses, and a black blazer over a red button-up shirt and a tie. They are smiling at the camera.
ORID hosts and partners with other organizations to host workshops on a wide range of topics. We plan workshops around the state so they are available to interpreters throughout Oregon and provide information about virtual on-demand options for professional development.