Our Team

High quality and joyful Auslan interpreting for the entertainment industry.

FAB Interpreting was established by Kahli and Sarah Bennett who have since sourced a team of experienced and skilled Auslan interpreters and Deaf consultants with a shared vision: to provide exceptional, joyful and accessible interpreting services that cater to the unique needs of the entertainment industry and the Deaf Community. 

Sarah works as a Certified Interpreter and as a Speech Pathologist for the Deaf and HoH Community in her own practice. Kahli is one of five of Australia’s level 4 Conference Level Interpreters and has worked for years as an executive interpreter and as the lead trainer for interpreters across the country. She holds not only a Bachelor in Education but also a Postgraduate Diploma of Interpreting. Together, they have four children under 6, multiple hobbies and a passion for interpreting and providing a safe, fun and progressive work environment. 

Our team of qualified and highly skilled interpreters is the backbone of FAB Interpreting. They are trained in the art of Auslan interpreting and possess a deep understanding of the nuances and intricacies of the entertainment world. This expertise enables them to deliver seamless, accurate, and engaging interpretations of live performances, shows, and events, allowing Deaf audience members to immerse themselves fully in the experience.

 

Kahli Bennett

Kahli Bennett

Co-director

“As a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults), I’ve grown up in the Deaf community and have worked as an interpreter and as a trainer for a many years now. Being able to provide the interpreters is an exciting new way for me to work amongst the Deaf community and with my colleagues, friends and family.”

Sarah Bennett

Sarah Bennett

Co-director

“I have always loved entertainment interpreting. The Deaf community have welcomed me as an interpreter, a speechie, family member and as a friend and working within this community in any capacity is always a privilege. But being able to interpret for events where Deaf people are there solely for enjoyment? And watching their moments of laughter or revelation?…that’s pure magic!”