Kathryn Crowe (Iceland) has worked as a speech pathologist, academic, and researcher in a range of early childhood, school-aged, and tertiary settings. Kathryn’s research has focused on cultural and linguistic diversity in children with hearing loss and their families.

Dr. Suzanne Hopf (Fiji) is specialised in cultural and linguistic diversity and children with communication impairments in developing contexts and has a huge focus on interprofessional practice

Pauline Van Der Straten (Belgium) is completing her PhD looking at speech assessment of bilingual children with/without cochlear implants and very involved with professional practice for speech-language pathologists serving multilingual populations. 

Rodney Adams (Australia) is a Deaf Indigenous Australia who is a ToD and Auslan lecturer, with expertise in Indigenous languages, particulary Indiginous signed languages. He is also the CEOI of Deaf Australia.

Dawn Walton (US) is a ToD, interpreter, and a researcher in the Center for Education Partnerships at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. She has experience working with college-aged DHH multilingual learners with language and literacy challenges. 

Ewa Domagała-Zyśk (Poland) is a professor at the Institute of Pedagogy, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. She specialises in researching the teaching of English as a foreign language to DHH students