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You + Deaf N.O.W.= Hope for an Unreached People Group
“Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see” Mark Twain
“Man can live about forty days without food, about three days without water,
about eight minutes without air...but only for one second without hope.” Hal Lindsey
If you believe as we do...
...that all people deserve to be heard
...that no one should be invisible
...and that hope is a basic need
Then partner with us!
Together we can touch those who are hidden,
reach those who are lost, and bring hope to those who are hopeless.
Our Peru Team
Meet the "Pioneers"
Gina Halliburton (left) and Glorianne Martin (right) are the "pioneers" who brought life to Deaf Nations Of the World.
Gina Halliburton (on the left) is hearing and has served with people who are Deaf since 1985. Her experience as an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Investigator and Diversity Specialist for the United States Postal Service provided invaluable platforms to identify and recommended adjustments for people who were discriminated against or not allowed to be utilized to their full potential. She served over twenty years as an interpreter in a large ministry located in Southfield, Michigan. Gina is a NAD Certified interpreter recognized by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID). Her current activities include, but are not limited to: duties as a wife and grandmother (her favorite roles); Ambassador Special Services for Impact Church, a dynamic non-denominational ministry in Jacksonville, FL; volunteer for The ARC, an organization that protects the right of persons with intellectual or development disabilities; volunteer at The Independent Living Resource Center (ILRC) the largest organization in Northeast Florida serving the Deaf and others who are disadvantaged; Managing Partner of Certified Interpreter Service, LLC that provides interpreter services in northern Florida.
Gina is the Visionary and President of Deaf Nations Of the World.
Glorianne Martin, graduate of DePaul Institute in Pittsburgh, PA is a mother of three hearing children, married to a Deaf husband for 48 years, a retired postal worker and an avid church member. Glorianne has devoted her time post-retirement to giving back to the community. For several years she volunteered at the Detroit Day School for Deaf Girl Scouts where she served as a role model and mentor for Deaf girls. Glorianne stands up for Deaf Rights and is a strong advocate for the Deaf-Blind.
She is currently the Goodwill Ambassador for Deaf Nations of the World.