Jennifer Harvey is the Project Director for the Training and Assessment Systems for K-12 Interpreters (TASK12) project as well as the Interpreter Mentorship, Education, and Training (IMET) project with TAESE at Utah State University. She is nationally certified with over 30 years of extensive experience as an American Sign Language interpreter practitioner, educator, and mentor. She has developed and administered innovative grant funded programs designed to support interpreters in their professional growth toward certification through effective mentorships. She works closely with various TASK12 member states providing technical assistance, assessments and training for educational interpreters. She comes from a heritage language background and honors with pride the rich experience of being raised by wonderful parents who are Deaf in a bilingual, bicultural environment among a community she treasures. Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Educational Interpreting and a Master of Science degree in ASL/English Interpreting Pedagogy.