Nicole Stelzner is the Co-Program Manager of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Department within the Accessibility Resource Center as well as a Nationally Certified Interpreter for the Deaf. Ms. Stelzner graduated from the Interpreter Training Program at the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee in 2003 where she also obtained a degree in Exceptional Education. Nicole worked in multiple settings before returning to UWM in 2007 as a full time staff interpreter, C-Print captionist, and Cued Speech Transliterator. In 2014, she became the Co-Program Manager of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Department where she works side-by-side with Amy Hogle.
Nicole has a strong belief in community service and involvement, so she spends a lot of her time giving back to the community any way she can. She continues to work as a Video Relay Service Interpreter and maintain her National Certification by attending various conferences and workshops. She is also a certified foster parent and adoptive resource with SaintA.
In her free time, she loves to do a variety of things. Ms. Stelzner loves to travel, but when she is not traveling, she likes to spend time outdoors, either (but not limited to) hiking, camping, swimming, boating or working out. She also appreciate just curling up with a blanket and a good book, hanging out with friends and family, enjoying a good meal or catching a movie.
NIC Certified, Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
BS in Exceptional Education, focused in Interpreting
Interpreter Training Program, Certificate of Completion, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
MS in Organizational Leadership, Marian University