About Clint Sadler

Clint Sadler was born into a military family and grew up learning what it meant to adjust to a myriad of changes. He experienced them intensely having to relocate frequently and experience different schools across various states. At a point, relocating meant moving and living in England. Clint received his Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Gallaudet University in 2005. He worked at Louisiana School for the Deaf as a Student Development Specialist for 2 years and then another 2 years as a Staff Development. Clint then moved to Austin, Texas in 2009 and started to work at Texas School for the Deaf as a Student Life Specialist. He eventually got promoted to Student Development Coordinator. In addition, Clint has also worked as a Day Residential Educator, Coordinator of Special Events, and Residential Supervisor for several dorms including Allied, ACCESS, and Middle School. 

Clint is currently the residential supervisor for the High School dorm. Clint is also proud to have had the opportunity to produce 9 productions for the Texas School for the Deaf. Texas School for the Deaf is an amazing place for a child to Learn, Grow and Belong.