2012 Presenter


ASL Immersion Weekend 2012
April 13th, 14th, and 15th

Sharon Lott is the ASL faculty at Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC). Prior to this job, she was a Staff Development specialist at North Carolina School for the Deaf (NCSD). She coordinates and teaches ASL, Deaf Culture, Linguistics and a variety of other sign related topics at NCSD. She is a National SLPI: ASL Trainer for rater and trainer for the SLPI with experience in providing training as far as Ghana and Kenya, Africa. Sharon was also an integral part of the NCSD Mentorship Project. Mrs. Lott performs evaluations for Do-It Center for Northern Colorado University. Sharon has over 25 years’ experience teaching ASL at numerous of Colleges/Universities in NY and NC. Locally she has taught at Lenior-Rhyne College, Western Piedmont Community College, Gardner Webb University and Appalachian University. She possesses Professional Level ASL certification from the American Sign Language Teacher Association (ASLTA). She holds a Master’s Degree in Career Development and Human Resources. Currently, she is a student at Gallaudet’s new program, Master in Teaching Sign Language which she will graduate this summer.