Lecturer, Deaf Studies
Megan Wylie Potts (she/her) is a lecturer in education of the deaf and hard of hearing /educational interpreting/American sign language (ASL) program. Megan earned her MS degree in ASL interpreting pedagogy from the University of North Florida in 2017. She has been teaching ASL for two years at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She is a member of the American Sign Language Teachers Association.
A professional ASL interpreter in the Knoxville area since 2007, Megan is nationally certified by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID). Additionally, she serves as the current president of the Tennessee state chapter of RID. Megan is also an interpreter mentor and evaluator for both emerging and practicing ASL interpreters in Tennessee.