Now and then you meet someone who has found her calling. Earlier this year I met Jennifer Trupiano.
Trupiano hears perfectly well, but since childhood she’s had a desire to learn American sign language, one of the systems deaf people use to communicate.
“I’ve always just been fascinated by the language and the culture,” Trupiano says.
So when she learned that the fledgling Las Vegas Charter School of the Deaf was taking shape, she volunteered.
Read the column in Friday’s Review-Journal.