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Improving education for 70 million deaf people and their families

What Friends Say

Thomas Horejes, Ph.D. Executive Director DEAF Inc.
I really love how Veditz is progressing; such an important key missing piece for mentorship, quality ASL education and for ITP students
Anna Nichols College Student Columbus State Community College
I really think this is amazing. This couldn't have come along in a more perfect time in my life!
David Simmons, M.A. University of Texas as Austin, 2016 Foreign Language Teacher of the Year
As George Veditz quoted in 1913; It is my hope that we will all love and guard our beautiful sign language as the noblest gift God has given to deaf people. And it is our duty to maintain the gift and is presently delivering this mission.
Fern Reisinger, M.A. Retired Director of Education at the American School for the Deaf
Awesome! This is great. I hope to see this endeavor catch the deaf community on fire!!
Regan Thidodeau, M.E. Nationally recognized university educator and interpreter of ASL.
Everything looks exemplary! So excited about Vedtiz.

In the news

DTV News - Timeline | Facebook
August 2, 2016
There is a new company called Veditz. What is it all about? Join us as we find out in a special report! #DTVNews #DPANtv #Veditz #Education #ASL Thank you Arlene for your hard work and your contribution to the story. [CC Available]
5 Crowdfunders to Watch - Women Offering Equity
July 28, 2016
Our crowdfunding column covers new ground this week by focusing on women entrepreneurs who are searching for equity investors. When people think of crowdfunding, they tend to picture raising money on platforms like Indiegogo and Kickstarter, where contributors give small amounts of money to a company and receive a perk in return.
You Can Now Start Investing In These 4 Social Impact Startups On WeFunder - Causeartist
May 26, 2016
Very exciting news for social impact startups. By now you have probably heard that Title III of the JOBS Act has finally been enacted and now almost anyone can invest in early age startups. Previously, U.S. law prohibited unaccredited investors from attaining equity in private companies.
What People Say