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Alberto Medero has been providing interpreting services in the educational, medical, and performing arts world throughout the NYC area for the past 15 years. A proud CODA and native ASL user, he has grown up existing in both the Deaf and hearing world all his life. He credits the beauty of American Sign Language and the Deaf community for allowing him to see and experience things he never could have imagined. Currently serving as the voice interpreter for ASL Slam NYC, Alberto’s credits include Off Broadway works such as A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet, Broadway SIGNs! Twilight Zone Spooktacular, and From The Ground Up. He has interpreted for settings such as The Obama Foundation Democracy Forum, musical concerts for artists such as Post Malone, and Bad Bunny. He recently served as the interpreter for Justina Miles, Deaf performer for Super Bowl LVII, on talk shows “CBS Mornings” and ABC’s “The View.” Born and raised in the Bronx, Alberto enjoys his downtime exploring all that NYC has to offer:  traveling, listening to music, and spending time with family and friends.