Projects with deaf people and communities.
Training language and education professionals.
Mentoring deaf and hard of hearing students.
Dr Gabrielle Hodge (BA Hons, PhD) is a deaf researcher and writer based in Naarm / Melbourne. She is a trained linguist with fifteen years experience researching and teaching in Australia and the United Kingdom. Gabrielle specialises in research relating to deaf people, sign languages and communication. See below for more information about her work or view her publications.
Gabrielle designs and delivers research and social impact projects with institutions and not-for-profit organisations. She develops training packages for language and education professionals, including sign language interpreters and teachers. She also builds capacity with deaf and hard of hearing students by offering academic and career mentorship directly in a sign language and without the need for interpreters.
Living and working on the sovereign lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. I pay my respects to Elders past and present. A percentage of my monthly income goes to Pay the Rent.