Sarah Kimbley is a third year student in the PhD in Educational Neuroscience program at Gallaudet University. She received her BS degree in psychology and MS degree in Experimental Psychology at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). She currently works in the Numeracy and Educational Neuroscience Lab with Dr. Ilaria Berteletti. In the lab she is actively contributing to the projects of early impacts of language modality on acquisition of early numeracy. She is also actively contributing to fMRI data collection on arithmetic processing and sign language phonology. Her dissertation will focus on the impact of deaf individuals’ language experience and working memory ability on their neural arithmetic processing. Outside the lab, Sarah enjoys photography, hiking, indoor rock climbing, and crossfit!