Who We Are
Kashandra has been teaching since 1999, serving Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD since 2005. Ms. Ball has been involved with TASLE since 2016. She became the chairperson in 2019. She considers TASLE workshops fun, interactive, and rich in networking as well as resource-sharing. Kashandra has greatly enjoyed her time as Chairperson of the committee, blessed to have been surrounded by great teamwork and collaboration. During free time, she loves to travel, play card/board games, enjoy craft bazaar/festivals with friends, work on family genealogy, and enjoys spending time with her Dachshund.
Carla Berghult has been involved in TASLE since 2016. She has been in the field of education for over 30 years! Whether it be in Deaf Education, ASL, Workshops, Retreats, or Vocational Training she is always in the teaching mode. As a graduate of Regent University, (MA) Texas Woman’s University (BS), and Riverside City College (AA), she has certificates in Texas/Georgia as a Teacher of the Deaf and Texas/Georgia as an ASL Teacher. Carla has been selected for several “Who’s Who Among America’s Teacher Award(s)” -- 1994, 2004, & 2005. Taught ASL at Central Texas College, Floyd College (GA), Georgia State University, and University of GA at Athens. Currently she is teaching at Keller ISD in Keller, Texas. On a personal note, She loves to travel, go camping, and go hiking whenever possible.
After graduating from Abilene Christian University Lisa was involved in the hotel industry for the next 20 years. She has experience in both private and public schools since 2008, which includes serving on the district's curriculum writing team. She has been involved with TASLE since 2016, serving as participant, presenter and now as part of the leadership.
When not teaching, Lisa enjoys hanging out with her family, playing board games, and watching professional football.
David DuVall has been teaching ASL since 2013 and now teaches in the Southeastern Houston area. He has been involved with TASLE since 2016, serving on the committee since 2017. He has a heart for working with fellow ASL colleagues and students and as time allows, enjoys traveling and visiting various professional baseball stadiums.
Rebekah Eudaley is an ASL Teacher at Aledo High School. She grew up in Austin in a church with a large deaf population where She fell in love with ASL. Rebekah graduated from Lamar University in December of 2017 with a degree in American Sign Language. She finished her 4th year of teaching in May this year. She presented at TASLE 2019 and joined the committee in 2020.
Pamela has been teaching ASL at private schools in the Austin area since 2017. She has been involved with TASLE since 2018. Pamela holds an MS degree in Education of the Deaf, a BA degree in Communication Studies, an AA degree in Speech Communication, and certifications in Social Work, Social Media, and Trust-Based Relational Intervention Training (TBRI). She has experience as a Social Media manager, blogger, motivational speaker, and sign music performer. Pamela and her husband, also deaf, have four adult hearing children.