Andrea Osman is the Director of Admissions and Program Evaluation as well as the Summer Programs Coordinator at CID—Central Institute for the Deaf. She received her undergraduate degree in deaf education and dance from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, during which she participated in a grant focused on providing in-services to teachers in rural areas working with children who are deaf and hard of hearing. Andrea worked for many years as an itinerant teacher for the deaf for Cumberland County Schools in North Carolina before deciding to pursue her master’s degree. She completed a master’s degree in Deaf Education from Washington University, and began working for CID in 2006. Andrea also has a master’s degree in Public Policy Administration with a certification in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from The University of Missouri – St Louis.