Hallenross and Associates, LLC

Excellence in Interpreting since 2003

Saying it like YOU mean it!

P: (614) 296-8937 interpreting@hallenross.com

Upcoming Event!

Image description: Privilege: Identify it, Chew on it! A Series of Discussions.  Free! (must purchase book separately) Nov 19, 2020, - Feb 4, 2021. 6PM - 7:30PM EST. Meets every 2 weeks. 90-minute sessions. Limited to 10 people. Meetings conducted in ASL. Book: So You Want to Talk about Race? by Ijeoma Oluo.  Register today! Email pd@hallenross.com. 1.7 CEUs available for $7 fee. Request CEUs when registering.  Books up next: "I'll Figure it out" and "Haben".  Objectives: This series of discussions is designed for us to identify and chew on the concept of privilege, in its many iterations. We will also chew on our complicity in social injustice on a personal and systemic level as both individuals and professionals. The discussions will focus on a set of readings authored by individuals who have experienced many forms of social injustice.  Facilitators: Meredith Burke (she/her/they/them) and Linda Ross (she/her).  The discussions will be facilitated by Meredith Burke, a DeafDisabled, white, queer, middle-class person, with assistance from Linda Ross, a white, moddle-class senior citizen. Linda had recently been checking herself often and learned she is not the ally she thought shew as. They will act as participants and facilitators for the discussion. While they will not be formally teaching or speaking as authorities, they recognize they will be facilitating from a position of privilege.  For full facilitator bios, go to wwww.hallenross.com/about-us/our-team.  Provided by Hallenross and Associates, LLC.

The Hallenross Promise

We are the most respected name in quality American Sign Language interpreting services in the Greater Columbus Area.

Saying it like YOU mean it!

Quick Responses

We respond to all inquiries within 48 business hours because we know your time is valuable.

Customer Service

We confirm all assignments with the names of the interpreters who have been assigned.


All of our interpreters uphold the Code of Professional Conduct, ensuring respect and effective communication.

Commitment to Quality

We have the most experienced and qualified interpreters in the state and are the most respected name in the field.


Our interpreters are either certified or actively on the path to certification.

Fill Rate

We are able to fill more last minute appointments (<48 hours notice) than any other interpreting agency in Central Ohio.

Our Services

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We provide interpreting services to federal, state, and local government entities, corporate and private business, school districts, and more.

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We offer video interpreting services through the platform of your choice.

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We offer a variety of seminar and training opportunities to help you achieve your professional and personal goals.

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We offer both community and corporate ASL classes, taught by Deaf users of ASL.

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We are an approved RID Sponsor and will process your PINRA or independent study opportunity.

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We provide professional consultation services to businesses on topics including: competencies and qualifications of staff interpreters, and various aspects of Deaf culture.