SOE Alum Makes a Business Interpreting Sports

Brice Christianson having a conversation with another person using sign language

Brice Christianson is an alumnus of UWM’s Interpreter Training Program in the School of Education who has made a business out of sports and entertainment interpreting. He launched P-X-P (which stands for “play by play”) two years ago. He’s a professional sign language interpreter and the founder and CEO of the business.

He has interpreted news conferences and ceremonies for the Milwaukee Bucks, and earlier this year he interpreted the state of the league address for National Hockey League commissioner Gary Bettman before the Stanley Cup finals. That was the first time the NHL used an ASL interpreter for the event.

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