Jacquie Ring is the Manager of the Language Access Services Section at the National Center for State Courts. Ms. Ring provides oversight on state court interpreter testing activities, and manages language access policy work for state and national initiatives. Ms. Ring has over twelve years of experience working with language specific programs in commercial and government settings. Her professional experience includes managing the development and maintenance of court interpreter test content and testing standards; overseeing statewide court interpreter activities, and providing oversight on language related data collection, research, and reports. Additional work includes project management for language testing and training initiatives with a major language testing firm, the development and instruction of language curriculum abroad and in the states, and program development for immigrant populations. Ms. Ring holds a Master’s Degree in social work and community organization from Hunter College in New York, and a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College.