2020 was a rough year. A lot of businesses suffered, but CEO Kristin Quinlan discusses how CLI found opportunity within all the calamity.
Black American Sign Language (BASL) is a vibrant language that has existed on the fringe for far too long. Now, Black Deaf youth are changing that. Read about the history of BASL along with an interview with ASL interpreter Rashana.
To achieve herd immunity against the coronavirus, officials will need the help of credible community messengers to reach vaccine hesitant individuals.
CLI’s leadership shares books they love — and why they love them — about true interpreter stories, patient activists, honing management skills, and a postmodern fairy tale.
Would you rather get bitten by a werewolf, zombie, or vampire? See Rochelle’s answer, although we don’t know if we agree…
We attended the Many Faces of Community Health, a Minnesota-based conference on improving the care to underserved communities. We were lucky to exhibit as well. Click for our summary!
Communication, especially during a pandemic, is more than just language. Language access managers can borrow strategies from community outreach approaches to improve language access.
For the millions of U.S. voters with limited English proficiency, language barriers can present a big challenge. Multilingual materials and language access plans are key to making the election accessible for everyone.
It’s September, and you know what that means! Pumpkins, leaves, and back to…virtual school. We sit down with two CLI moms to get their take on being parents, full-time employees, and teachers.
While we here in Portland, Oregon, enjoy another luxurious 81-degree day, our coworkers in Phoenix, Arizona, tell us what actual, real heat is like for them.
In our second post featuring CLI employees, meet Corissa. She’s a spunky dog lover who’s been bitten by the travel bug. Sing along to some of her favorite road trip tunes.
Welcome to our new series, Humans of CLI. Each month we’ll interview a different employee. First up: Elizabeth, director of HR. (aka lover of llamas)