21 November 2022

The Parent Response to "Opinion: A call for rejecting the newest reading wars" in The Hechinger Report

To the 58 signers of the Hechinger Letter to the Editor:
Dr. Randy Bomer, Dr. Celia Oyler, Dr. Laura Asceni-Moreno, Katherine Bomer, Dr. Paul Thomas, Dr. Timothy Rasinski, Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs, Mike Matthews, Dr. Sam Bommarito, Lois Bridges, Elisa Brown, Christopher Paul Curtis, Georgia Heard, Carmen Agra Deedy, James Howe, Sarah Weeks, Naomi Shihab Nye, Dr. Harvey “Smokey” Daniels, Dr. Cecilia Espinosa, Michael Fisher, Phil Daro, Prof. Lynne Einbender, Dr. Lucy Calkins, Leslie Zackman, Carl Anderson, Dr. Rachael Gabriel, Ellin Keene, Ruth Swinney, Dr. Daniel Friedrich, Dr. Ofelia Garcia, Dr. Maria Paula Ghiso, Dr. Cecelia Traugh, Dr. Phyllis Harrington, Dr. Kara Hollins, Dr. Mary Howard, Bena Kallick, Penny Kittle, Laura Kotch, Jonathan Kozol, Dr. Heidi Mills, Dr. Cara Furman, Dr. Douglas Reeves, Donna antman, Maurice Sykes, Dr. Richard Allington, Dr. Amy Tondreau, Dr. Mary Enrenworth, Marc Tucker, Patricia Vitale-Reilly, Prof. Molly Welsh Kruger, Dr. Marjorie Siegel, Anita Silvey, Dr. Kylene Beers, Dr. Connie Briggs, Dr. Erika Dawes, Dr. Mary K. Lose

Your supporting universities and public-school districts:
The University of North Texas, Teachers College, Columbia University, CBSE, Brooklyn College, Furman University, Kent State University, New York City Public School System, Denton Independent School District, Lehman College, Bank Street College, University of Connecticut, City University of New York, Bank Street Graduate School of Education, Oceanside Union Free School District, University of South Carolina, University of Maine – Farmington, University of the District of Columbia, University of Tennessee, University of Maryland, Texas Women’s University, Lesley University, Oakland University

The publishers supporting your work:
Heinemann Publishing

And, to the medium for your published letter:
The Hechinger Report

To All of the Above Named:

Parents have sat by and watched for decades while our children have not been successfully taught how to read or write within the American education system, with curriculums that have been written and supported by the signers of the Letter to the Editor for The Hechinger Report.

For decades our cries for content rich curriculum that is founded on and dedicated to the empirical data on how the brain learns how to read and write as evidenced by the work of Dr. Guinevere Eden, Dr. Stanislas Dehaene, Dr. Sally Shaywitz, Dr. Bennett Shaywitz, Dr. Mark Seidenberg, Dr. Maryanne Wolf, Dr. Louisa Moats, Dr. Joseph Torgesen, Dr. Daniel Willingham, Dr. Jack Fletcher, Dr. G. Reid Lyon, and countless others, has fallen on deaf ears. (See reference list appended to this letter for the scientific data your letter was lacking.)

Finally, in a very small way, acknowledging the outcries now echoing out of the megaphone provided to our voices by the reporting of Emily Hanford, you crafted a letter to state that your own research has been ignored, yet you do not provide a single link to a single research paper, blind study, or other scientifically recognized medium to prove data and show real results; instead what you present is only your emotional blustering that your work and the work of your self-proclaimed martyrs like Marie Clay, is ignored at best, and defamed at worse.

Sadly, in your willful dismissal of the evidence before you over the proceeding decades, you choose yet again to dismiss our pleas as misinformed, misdirected, divisive, and irresponsible.

Collectively, we are forced to send our children to compulsory education where the products you prostitute are forced onto our children who are incapable of quantifying their struggle. Few among our populace can afford private schools that may have alternative curriculums seated in the Science of Reading, and fewer still can make the necessary sacrifices to homeschool children to salvage their education.

Instead, you willingly choose to focus on the age-old straw man argument that this is solely about phonics and simply dismiss the cries of parents as “Sold a Story” fans and say that we are being divisive, and then blame us for creating a pretend war between those who believe in phonics and those who do not. Ladies and gentlemen, you’ve missed the entire point. That or you are blatantly choosing to ignore the cries of parents quite literally begging you to do better.

This has never been just about phonics. Parents, who are the champions of the Science of Reading movement, have never once claimed this “pretend” war (paraphrasing your statement: “creating a false sense that there is a war going on between those who believe in phonics and those who do not.) to be just about phonics; neither have the neuroscientists who have dedicated their lives to understanding how the brain learns how to read and mapping that process as well. From day one of our collective dissension against your curriculums we have asked for nothing less than your willing alignment to what our cognitive science has empirically proven. These are beautifully illustrated by Hollis Scarborough’s Reading Rope (https://dyslexiaida.org/scarboroughs-reading-rope-a-groundbreaking-infographic/) and Joan Sedita’s Writing Rope (https://dyslexiaida.org/joan-seditas-writing-rope/).

You proclaim with your letter that teaching phonics is a settled issue, yet your curriculums only have a smattering of phonics instruction while you still promote 3-cueing. You claim that essential too is comprehension strategy instruction, knowledge building, vocabulary acquisition, language development, writing process, culturally responsive teaching, emotional well-being and attention to educational equity, but do you actually understand any of those concepts? Do you honestly think we are collectively NOT advocating for those very things as well? By dismissing our dissension as being purely for phonics you attempt to place yourselves on a pillar of righteousness claiming you are the only ones invested in that long list of items. If you digest the data from the cognitive scientists, as well as what the advocates for the Science of Reading, aka parents, you would understand what we are really asking for. You would clearly see that we want all of those things as well but done sequentially and with explicit instruction.

You are all skilled writers who know how to use buzz words to make your arguments sound sincere, but you do not truly understand the meaning behind those buzz words, nor what the voices of dissent are seeking. You instead are far more invested in salvaging your careers instead of changing course to help save the lives and futures of our children. You are willfully blind to the support you would have had for parents if you had just stated that you did not understand and changed your ways, but instead you double down and choose to berate the very people begging you to change how you think children learn to read and write.

Further, to protect yourself and your pocketbooks you throw every educator under the bus by claiming that Ms. Hanford’s reporting reveals that educators are naively inadequate. That was a nice way of saying that they’ve blindly followed your teachings and that they are the source of the angst proponents of the Science of Reading target, when you know with all certainty that is not factual. Parents have always supported educators, but your pedagogy encourages educators to dismiss parents as hapless and unknowing while defending the righteousness of your thoughts and ideas. You are using them as pawns in this important issue which you dismiss after Ms. Hanford’s Sold a Story as being oversimplified and polarized. You, in fact, are the ones being reckless, but your recklessness is not without consequence. Those consequences are living, breathing children who are forced to attend schools where your damaging curriculums are used by educators across the country to “teach” them how to read and write. The abject harm you have caused to countless generations of people is overwhelming, yet you ask for the “rest of the story.”

You have been the only ones with the megaphones of doctrine for decades. You’ve had more than ample opportunity to prove your research and sing your own praises. Your side of the story has been heard, and the evidence of your failure is overwhelming. The 2022 NAEP scores are out and reading in 4th and 8th grade is down by 3 points which is a significant decline. This is even more revealing knowing that the NAEP is an accommodated assessment, which means the children who took it had assistance to ensure success, and the scores still declined. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the evidence that your curriculum failure is not being oversimplified or polarized. You have collectively failed to educate our children.

NAEP 2022 results for reading in both 4th and 8th grade: https://www.nationsreportcard.gov/highlights/reading/2022/.

You have had your opportunity, and you have failed to rise to that challenge.

All of us who have signed our names here are the ones invested in doing the real work, and we truly care about coming together and moving forward in a productive way, but you have proven time and time again that you are not truly invested in change, or admitting that the curriculums you’ve written and / or supported are wrong. Your continued efforts to dismiss the cries of parents begging you for change is what is wasting our time. We are here to focus on what matters most – our children.

You also do not get to brush us aside because we are “just parents.” That blatant dismissal isn’t going to work anymore. We all possess Ph.D.’s in our children, and we see their struggle. Collectively we are raising our voices so that you can plainly see with your own eyes that parents are the ones demanding you change your curriculums for the sake of all children. We know and fully understand what is needed. We have not been “sold a story” on a mythological idea that is the Science of Reading, and we are not going to let you off the hook as you attempt to PR spin your way out of this. We are informed, we are watching, invested, and paying keen attention to what you do next. We are also openly advocating for change at our school boards, and in our state legislatures.

Prove to us that you are collectively dedicated to the hard work of change for the sake of all children’s ability to read and write or do us all a favor and retire so you will stop harming them.

Reference Addendum:
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• Proust and the Squid: The Story and Science of the Reading Brain, by Maryanne Wolf
• Reading in the Brain: The New Science of How We Read, by Stanislaus Dehaene
• The Reading Mind: A Cognitive Approach to Understanding How the Mind Reads, by Daniel T. Willingham
• Overcoming Dyslexia: A New and Complete Science-Based Program for Reading at Any Level, by Sally Shaywitz, M.D.
• Parenting a Struggling Reader – Susan Hall and Louisa Moats
• Straight Talk About Reading – Susan Hall and Louisa Moats
• The National Reading Panel, Teaching Children to Read: An Evidence-Based Assessment of the Scientific Research Literature on Reading and Its Implications for Reading Instruction; https://www.nichd.nih.gov/sites/default/files/publications/pubs/nrp/Documents/report.pdf
• Comparing Reading Research to Program Design: An Examination of Teachers College Units of Study; Authors: Marilyn Jager Adams , Lily Wong Fillmore , Claude Goldenberg , Jane Oakhill , David D. Paige , Timothy Rasinski , Timothy Shanahan; https://achievethecore.org/page/3240/comparing-reading-research-to-program-design-an-examination-of-teachers-college-units-of-study
• EdReports Review of Fountas & Pinnell (F&P) Classroom, 2020; https://www.edreports.org/reports/overview/fountas-pinnell-classroom-2020
• Of ‘Hard Words’ and Straw Men: Let’s Understand What Reading Science is Really About, by Dr. Louisa Moats; https://www.voyagersopris.com/blog/edview360/2019/10/16/lets-understand-what-reading-science-is-really-about?fbclid=IwAR1v2iJQ28OUtgKT5AjyWfJf5CLUOoMPHkVWdGYjvTjEQD4YY9JyYrvqIN4
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Update 22 November 2022

Update to The Parent Response to "Opinion: A call for rejecting the newest reading wars" in The Hechinger Report

To the addressees:

I was remiss in one aspect of my original letter. I stated American schools, but you sell your curriculums across the globe. This letter is on behalf of every child educated under your curriculum, regardless of country. This letter is on behalf of all parents. We are the ones in the trenches demanding change. Our voices will be heard.

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  4. Janet Olson, unemployed, Beaverton, OR
  5. Kelli Soucy
  6. Stacey Miller, BCBA, Breinigsville
  7. Kristie Perry, Parent, Parent, Pasadena
  8. Karen Currie, Educator, Huron Intermediate School District, Bad Axe
  9. Crystal LeGallo, Teacher, DDSD, Portland
  10. Leena Rosile, Real estate, HPU, Hilliard
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  152. Roxanne Sterling, Teacher, Santa Rosa, Miami
  153. Radhiya Juma, SpecialNeeds Teacher/ Reading Tutor, Retired, Dubai - UAE
  154. Robyn Wheldall, Researcher, Macquarie University and MultiLit Pty Ltd, Sydney
  155. Stephanie Pilkington, Nurse Practitioner, Dyslexic and parent of dyslexic, Chico, california
  156. geraldine carter, retired reading tutor, piperbooks.co.uk, Oxford,UK
  157. Michelle Martin, Literacy Interventionist, Dyslexia Therapy, Buena Vista
  158. Cindi Bess, Parent and Reading Specialist, Oceanside
  159. Kathy Halvorsen, Powhatan
  160. Catherine-Anne Lamb, Retired, Melbourne
  161. Asma Sayed, Ajman
  162. Terri Tuttle Carrera, Tv and film executive, Mom to an awesome dyslexic son, Los Angeles
  163. Caroline Lubbe, Parent, Los Angeles
  164. Lanaya Waldron, Parent, Shoreline
  165. Jessica Kramer, Energy Efficiency Consultant, Mother of one dyslexic child, Portland
  166. Meg Nelson, Parent of dyslexic/former teacher, Las Vegas
  167. Yarrow Currie, LCSW, Mom of 4, West Linn
  168. Mary Raygoza-Byers, Parent, Bothell
  169. Troy Wilkerson, Realtor, Parent, Portland
  170. Sheila Buhrer, Realtor, Portland
  171. Katy Fontneau, Parent, Boring OR
  172. Meg Hagan, Tax business owner, Decoding Dyslexia OR, Portland
  173. Kellie Yazembiak, 1st Grade Teacher, Lincoln Unified School District, Stockton
  174. Marnie Perini, Parent of 2 dyslexic students, Walnut creek
  175. Angela Olson, Teacher, Syracuse
  176. Amy Moore, Teacher, Sherwood
  177. Jess Bogdan, Reading Teacher, Ottumwa
  178. Dr. Cheryl Roth, Parent of 2 children with dyslexia, Wilsonville,OR
  179. Julie Frazier, Teacher/Mom, West Linn
  180. Dionne Bradley, retired teacher
  181. Amy Fredericks, Teacher, Public Education, Vancouver WA
  182. Katherine Buhts, Prospect
  183. Shannon Brand, Reading Specialist, Omaha
  184. Sarah Kimbrough, Snellville
  185. Molly Sjoboen, Teacher, Olympia
  186. Debra Joseph, educator and parent of 3 dyslexic learners, Red Creek
  187. Tracy Smith, former paraeducator, Parent/ Guardian of Adult Autistic son, Louisville
  188. Colleen McInnis, architect, mother of a child with dyslexia, Winchester
  189. Diane Talbot, Dyslexia specialist, SPIRAL SKILLS TUTORING, Northglenn
  190. CJ Snow, Reading Specialist, Central Elementary, Ypsilanti
  191. Susan Gaines, CPA, Parent of dyslexic child, Golden
  192. Kara Osberg, Vertical Skills Academy, founder, Golden
  193. Jennifer Parmeley, Educator/SAHM, Sappington
  194. Shannon McCormick, Physician Assistant, Mother of a child with dyslexia, Winchester
  195. Tanya Brady, Teacher Aide (Primary School), Proud mother of 2 wonderful sons who are made by dyslexia, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
  196. Dalanda, Stay at home mom, Aurora
  197. Stacy Bracewell, REALTOR®, mother of dyslexic 1st grader, Mount Dora, FL
  198. Aleesha Ast, Registrar, Boca Raton
  199. Lindsey Ackland, Small businesses owner, St. Louis
  200. Michelle Siviter, Parent of a Child with Dyslexia, St. Petersburg, FL
  201. Rachel Bertin, Education specialist, Strategies for Learning, Orinda
  202. Christina H. Lim, Dyslexia Specialist, Learning Success, Montgomery, AL
  203. Barbara Munro, Retired, Natick MA
  204. Angela Matthews, First Grade Teacher, New Baltimore
  205. Lindsey Bailey, Homeschool mom, Quitman
  206. Judy Crawford-King, Tutor, Private tutor for children with learning differences, Fairview Park
  207. Lisa Fuller, 1st grade Teacher, Las Vegas
  208. Joan Cohen M.S.,Fellow/AOG, Educator/Consultant, Self, Hamden
  209. Shantell Berrett, VP of Content Development, Reading Horizons, Kaysville
  210. Adam Ratterree, Painter, Maine RSU71, Belmont
  211. Christie Toops, Educator, Reading Teacher, Colorado
  212. Kay Byrne, SLP, SLP, Slingerlands
  213. Janice Stokes-Naumann, CALT, mom of 5, Texas, Houston
  214. Roukia omarahmed, Houston
  215. Abdinasir Ismail, Software Engineer
  216. Jackie Koziatek, Reading specialist, Educator, Pittsburgh,PA
  217. Rhodora DeGuzman, Nurse, Parent, Chula Vista
  218. Wendy Brantley, Literacy Educator, Dyslexia Tutor, mom to a striving reader, Tennessee
  219. Laura McGowen, Mom, Teacher, Nashville, Indiana
  220. Michael Abraham, Teacher, Abraham Education, Minneapolis
  221. Mika Stjernvall, Mom, San Francisco
  222. Dr Scott Smith, Educator, Decoding Dyslexia - OR, Hermiston
  223. Ivana R Cowie, Histology Tech, Pathgroup, Atlanta,GA
  224. Eliza Finkelstein, literacy advocate, FULCRUM, Berkeley
  225. Janda McManus, Photographer, Stockton
  226. Susan Boyd, Dyslexic military spouse with Dyslexic children, Florida
  227. Michele Linch, PhD, Educator, Little Rock
  228. Nicole Chick, Literacy Specialist, Early Literacy Labs, Waitsfield
  229. Jennifer Halsall, Orton Gillingham tutor, mother of a dyslexic child, Arvada
  230. Abigail Kurlfink, Homeschool Mom of Child with Dyslexia, Homeschool Mom of a Child with Dyslexia, Rockwood
  231. Kelly Fitzpatrick, ABA, mother of a dyslexic child, Winchester
  232. Rachel Thrall
  233. Amanda Davis, reading interventionist and reading clinic owner, MindRise Learning, Saint Augustine
  234. April Bartoletti, Physical therapist, Minneapolis
  235. Indra Epple, Winchester
  236. Karen Pavlik, Retired RN, Cortez Florida
  237. Colleen Dolan, Educational Therapist, Marin Country Day School, San Rafael
  238. Matthew capobianco, Consulting, Healthxare, 01890
  239. Michela C Capobianco, Mother of 4, one of whom is dyslexic, Winchester
  240. Sarah Davis, , Mother of 2, one of whom is dyslexic, Cohasset
  241. Carrie M. Hall, Web designer, Mother of severely dyslexic child, Jacksboro, TN
  242. Aurora De Luca, Photographer, Mother of dyslexic child, Winchester
  243. Erica A. DiGrazia, Hiring / Talent Acquisition, RIDGEFIELD, CT
  244. Pam Schmidt, Grandparent of dyslexic grandson, Los Angeles
  245. Pip Cleary, Parent
  246. Andrea Rowson, Literacy Specialist, Columbus, OH
  247. Michelle Hallock, Education, Deposit
  248. Cathryn Hurley, Education, Ridgely
  249. Katie Eynon, Tutor for dyslexic kids, Fishers, IN
  250. April Schoenberg, MTSS Literacy Support Specialist, Olathe School District, Olathe, KS
  251. Sabine Triplett, Parent, Houston
  252. Martina Werner, Scientist, Parent, Winchester
  253. Margaret Wulff, Retired teacher, Year, Valley Park
  254. Sarah Wilson, Parent, Australia
  255. Sharon Mulkern Ware, Associate Professor/Director of Literacy Internship Program, University of Saint Joseph, West Hartford, Connecticut
  256. Janet Beatrice, Reading Tutor, Maynard
  257. Leslie O'Hagan, Brentwood Bay
  258. Erika Sanzi, Cumberland
  259. Jeanne Walters, Dyslexia specialist, tutor and advocate, Blossom, Learn & Grow Tutoring, LLC, Santa Rosa
  260. Shayna Virginillo, Tutor, Vancouver
  261. Paul Gramenz, Physician, Cave Creek
  262. Robin Sullivan, Educational Therapist, The Rochester Reading Center, Chatfield MN
  263. Shelby Riha, High School Science Teacher, Maine East High School, Darien
  264. Anne Morgan, Former Teacher, Homeschooling Dyslexic Child, Fort Benning
  265. Melinda Bender, Proud Parent of a Dyslexic Child, Goshen, NY
  266. Heidi Salerno, Deputy Attorney General, Pasadena
  267. Aoife O’Donovan, PhD Psychologist, San Francisco
  268. Barbara McCarthy Green, Retired lawyer, Mom of dyslexic MSW (5 years Orton Gillingham), Indianapolis
  269. Christy cosmano, Pharmacist, Prosper
  270. Pam Bender, Speech Pathologist/mother, Canal Winchester
  271. Candice Zaniewski, Talent Acquisition Consutlant, Mom to 2 children in public schools, 1 of whom is dyslexic, Sherwood, OR
  272. Jane Gramenz, Dyslexia Specialist, Mom of child with dyslexia, Ms. Jane’s Tutoring & Dyslexia Services, Cave Creek
  273. Tracy Strong, Nurse Practitioner, Mom of a child with dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia, Tampa, Fl
  274. Kacy Pierce, Mom, Dallas
  275. Beverly Burnham, Reading Specialist, Bluestem Elementary, Augusta,KS
  276. Lori Mor, Teacher, Teacher and Mom of 2 dyslexic children, Dallas
  277. Christi Parker, Mom of a child with Dyslexia, Houston, TX
  278. Libby maxim, Retired teacher, kidsReadFirst, West chester pa
  279. Tom Rawson, Parent, educator, Cambridge, MA
  280. Christine Chiappinelli, Parent, Dyslexia Therapist, M.A., LDT, CALT, n/a, Texas
  281. Deborah DeBacker, President, Stop Common Core in Michigan, Troy
  282. Robin Blackmore, Piano teacher, Creston
  283. Megan Giliault, Oregon, USA
  284. Ellen Esposito, IBCLC and mother to a dyslexia daughter, Fort Lee
  285. Maria Aielli, Teacher, Mount St. Joseph University, Cincinnati
  286. Rebecca Karper, Ohio
  287. Aimee Orta, Chicago
  288. Wendy North, Teacher, --None--, Guilford
  289. Dana Manning, Mother/School Psychologist, Halifax
  290. Sarah Gates, First Grade Teacher and Parent, Noblesville
  291. Kathryn Johnson, First Grade Teacher, Rochester
  292. Alejandra Rosas, Parent of Two dyslexic children, Hoschton,Georgia
  293. Karen Navantieri, Teacher, mother of Dyslexic son & husband, Safety Harbor
  294. Kayla Fawe, Photographer/Homeschooling Mom, Saint Charles
  295. Regina Geesey, K-12 Administer, River Valley School District, Indiana
  296. Michele Hudak, EdD, Special Education Director/Independent Consultant, True North Academy, Phoenix, AZ/Latrobe, PA
  297. Faith Green, Crestwood
  298. Lisa Klein, Teacher / Mother, Nashua
  299. Trisha Barker, Mother of child with dyslexia, Springwater, ON, Canada
  300. Pooja Patel, Teacher and Parent, Fort Lee
  301. Jennifer Keeler, Mother of two children with dyslexia, Cumming
  302. Catherine Cook, former Reading Recovery Teacher, Teacher, School District #27, British Columbia, Canada, 150 Mile House,
  303. Sonia Gomez, NP, Parent of daughter with Dyslexia, Concord, CA
  304. Pamela Lang, Teacher/ Private Tutor, LPSB, Denham Springs
  305. Shannon Gala, Homemaker, Prospect
  306. Katie Prentice, Teacher and Parent, Austin
  307. Linda Nartker, Concerned, Helping children, Kalida
  308. Beth schierse, Teacher, Downingtown
  309. Annie Lewis O’Donnell, Education Consultant and Mother of Two, Naples, FL
  310. Karen Kellerman, Reading Specialist, Hillsborough, NJ
  311. Nicole Prihoda, Congers
  312. Christina Morreale, Mother of 2 Elem Aged Children, Seabrook
  313. Rhonda Nelson, MTSS Literacy Facilitator, Bettendorf
  314. Nikki Panos-Lavi, Teacher &parent, Bellevue
  315. Cathy Merritt Caton, Mother of a dyslexic teen, analyst and volunteer parent advocate, Clifton VA
  316. Debra Thompson, Parent of Dyslexic child and Public School Teacher, New York
  317. Kristine Futoran, Attorney, Parent of Child with Dyslexia, Los Angeles
  318. Dori Richardson, Parent of Dyslexic Child, Talbott
  319. Annmarie Mcewan, Head of School, The dePaul School, Clearwater
  320. Catherine Naglik, Parent of Dyslexic Child, Whitby, Ontario Canada
  321. Dondi Tondro-Smith, Grad Student, Antioch University, Wilson
  322. Becky Pallone, Kindergarten Teacher, Quakertown
  323. Carolyn Andrae, Physician Assistant, Minneapolis, MN
  324. Sara Ray Brooks, Parent, Monroe
  325. Jennifer Schweigerdt, Private Reading Tutor, Parent, Lees Summit, MO
  326. Andrew Zobay, Program Manager, Parent, Los Alamos
  327. Pauline Meyer, Chiropractor, Waverly
  328. Alyssa Thomas, OG Tutor, Parent to 2 Dyslexic kids, MA
  329. Ryan Edward, 1st grade teacher
  330. Audrey Kelly, Librarian, Richmond, Virginia
  331. Christy Ray, Columbus
  332. Cassie Long, Dyslexia Specialist, Farmersville
  333. Adelina Rodriguez, Self Employed, Walnut
  334. Andrew Wexler, Educator, Houston
  335. Carmen Gutierrez, Hanford
  336. Sarah Johnson, Parent and advocate, Mom of 3, St. Catharines
  337. Julie Swanson, Mother to 3 dyslexic children/advocate, Houston
  338. Lauren Walker, Parent, Parent and Advocate, Houston
  339. Michelle Grorud, Mom, Crestwood KY
  340. Dawn Miller, Vocational Instructor and Mom to an adult with Dyslexia, Lake Land College/IDOC, Pittsfield
  341. Jessica Tolerba, Reading Intervention teacher, Palo Alto School District, Palo Alto, CA
  342. Anne Marie Bachmann, Mom of Dyslexic Children, North Port, Florida
  343. Alison Henry, San Francisco
  344. Rebekah Wilkie, Teacher, Elementary School, Dilworth
  345. Adrienne Caldwell, Educator, Tree Child School, Mound
  346. Sara Kilty, Teacher and Mother of a dyslexic child, Enfield and Granby Public Schools, Granby CT
  347. Robert Rogers, Physician, The Reading League Texas, Fort Worth
  348. Leca Addison, Teacher, Seminole ISD, Seagraves
  349. Donald Meagher, Parent, Crestwood
  350. Wendy Brydon, Speech-Language PathologistLP, Quebec
  351. Amy Augenblick, Parent, Great Falls
  352. Jacqueline Fadel, Parent advocate, Blacklick
  353. Dr. Kayla Steltenkamp, Assistant Professor, Thomas More University, Crestview Hills, KY
  354. Emily M Johnson, Speech-Language Pathologist, School SLP, volunteer reading tutor, Hickory, NC
  355. Kyle Butler, PhD, parent, Northampton, MA
  356. Erika Jungwirth, high school English teacher, Masters in Education and Literature, Saint Paul
  357. Denise Gillman, Parent, Pewee Valley
  358. Christy Wilson, Public school teacher, Lexington
  359. Luke Sheperd, Biologist, Parent of a dyslexic child, Fremont
  360. Harold Koffler, DADvocate, Recruiter, Parent of a child who is dyslexic and suffered in public school, Columbia, SC
  361. Mandy Brown, Parent, Canberra, Australia
  362. Lauren Zurenda, Parent, Chapel Hill, NC
  363. Elizabeth Bevars, Library Program Director, Teach My Kid to Read, Trumansburg
  364. Heather Stroh, Parent, Renton
  365. Monie deWit, Photographer, Santa Barbara
  366. Laura Johnson, Literacy Specialist, Lombard
  367. Carlos Chacon, Parent, Houston
  368. Fannie maryles, Teacher, Staten Island
  369. Erika Williams, Teacher, CEDP Parramatta, Sydney
  370. Kelly Gorman, Retired sped teacher, Rosemount
  371. Allison Preve, Educator, Decoding Dyslexia San Diego, Poway
  372. Lorin Peritz-Sharp, Parent of Dyslexic child, Palo Alto
  373. Brandi Dunk, Business owner, Lagrange
  374. Valerie Capriotti, Mother and wife of two beautiful, dyslexic humans, LETRS PLF; Academy of Orton-Gillingham, West Sayville
  375. Thomas Rogers, Sheriff Deputy, Katy
  376. Cheri Rae, Executive Director, The Dyslexia Project, SANTA BARBARA
  377. Jennalie Blackwood, Parent - Clinical Pharmacist, Saint Louis
  378. Elise Lovejoy, CEO/Founder, Express Readers, mom to a struggling reader, Pasadena, CA
  379. Christine King, Teacher, Patterson elementary, Fenton
  380. Rachel Smith, Parent of dyslexic children, Atlanta
  381. Mandy Horton Walker, Educator, Love 2 Read, Inc., Hobe Sound, FL
  382. Melissa Hostetter, Teacher, Springfield
  383. Reid Lyon, Ph.D, Neuroscienst, NIH, Retired, North Fort Myers
  384. Dr. Valdine Bjornson, Reading Clinician; FIT/OGA, Reading Learning Clinic Manitoba, Winnipeg
  385. Karla Rogers, Admin, Katy
  386. Jennifer Syamala, Homemaker, Crestwood, KY
  387. Meredith Naim, Lake Worth
  388. Sharon Hoover, Teacher, Keller, Public school
  389. Lori C. Josephson, M.A. independent Independent Educational Consultant, Dyslexia Specialist, Parenting to Foster Language and Literacy-Lori C. Josephson LLC, Akron OH
  390. Jennifer Kiilerich, Mom of a child with dyslexia, Brentwood, TN
  391. Kaley Bennett, Parent of a dyslexic child, Goshen
  392. Michelle Adalian, Literacy Coordinator, Mechanicville City School District, Mechanicville, NY
  393. Jennifer Garity, Reading Specialist, DeForest, WI
  394. Joseph Owens, Physician, Michigan
  395. Cassandra Trull, Teacher, Springfield
  396. Gabrielle Matte-Roy, One of the student who could not learn to read, Reading now because my mom took care of it, Milton, Ma
  397. anonymous
  398. Melissa Runyon, Psychologist, Crestwood
  399. Melinda Gage, Parent, Special Education Advocate, Issaquah Special Education PTSA, Sammamish
  400. Marion J King, Special Education Activist, Foxborough, MA
  401. Summer Golden, Former Educator, Advocate, Mother of a child with Dyslexia, McKinney, TX
  402. Katie Houston, SAHM, Advocate for my 3 boys, Jackson Twp.
  403. Tessa King, Reading Tutor, White Bear Lake, MN
  404. Kara Dunivin, Occupational therapy practitioner, Spring Valley
  405. Rebecca W. Miller, Managing Director, FixLexia, Omaha, NE
  406. Sandra Bermudez, CEO, The Lucy Project, Miami
  407. Debbie Draper, Educational Consultant, Debbie Draper Education, Nuriootpa
  408. Kea Herron, MA, ABD, Certified Dyslexia Specialist, Parent, Tutor, & Owner, Bee's Knees Literacy LLC, Tallahassee
  409. Jennifer Ralston, ELA Curriculum Specialist, MD Public Schools, Frederick
  410. Elizabeth Hanna, Dyslexia Specialist, teacher, parent, Cambridge
  411. Ema Jitsukawa, Early Literacy Tutor, Parent, OUSD, Oakland
  412. Susan Patrick, Parent, Parent of three including one dyslexic child, Greenville, SC
  413. Valerie Rinaldi, Stay-at-home parent, Parent of 2 dyslexic children, Yorktown Heights NY
  414. Katrina Pinkston, Ward
  415. Brenda Wallace, Advocate, Building Better Worlds, Phenix City
  416. Alistair Munro, St. Augustine
  417. Jane Pfautsch, Cognitive Language Intervention Specialist, Acacia Center, Granville Ohio
  418. Tami Adkison, Education coach, Gilbert
  419. Savannah McCay, Educator, Reading Specialist, Educator Mentor/Trainer, Parent
  420. Jamie Young, Nurse Practitioner, parent, Schenectady
  421. Sue Breazeale, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Self employed, Orlando
  422. Shannon Schloss, Reading Specialist and Parent to Dyslexic Children, Athens, Ohio
  423. Lark Barker, Parent of a dyslexic child; advocate; OG Educator, Decoding Dyslexia Ontario, Toronto
  424. Sarah Kiefer, Parent, Skaneateles NY
  425. Carin Ilkig, Dyslexia therapist and diagnostician, Winter Garden
  426. Robbin VanNewkirk, Chapel Hill
  427. Karen Godfrey, Parent, Dansville
  428. Barbara Cumming, Teacher, Australia
  429. Kristin Hospodar, Parent, Parent to dyslexic children, Pittsburgh
  430. Cynthia Bauman, Reading Specialist, Parent of a child with dyslexia, Rochester NY
  431. May Washko, Parent of a dyslexic, I used og to teach mine. Schools failed "SLD", Lincoln Park
  432. Kelly Ramirez, Reading Specialist, Roanoke, VA
  433. Gina Hayunga, Intervention teacher, dyslexic, parent of a dyslexic child, Rockford
  434. Dawn DiPasqua, ROCHESTER
  435. Jessica McGuth, Reading specialist, Education Essentials, LLC, Wyncote
  436. Donna Anderson, School Psychologist, Columbus
  437. Amanda Kaune, Paoli
  438. Grady Morgan, Student, Student with dyslexia, Paoil pa
  439. Charlie Morgan, Brother, Paoli,PA
  440. Theresa Lundquist, Parent of a child with Dyslexia, Mother demanding better for all students!, Grand Island
  441. Kristi Lamborn, Parent, LOS ALAMOS
  442. Casie Beldo, Advocate/Parent of Dyslexics, Andover
  443. Katherine MacFarland, Supervisor, Troy
  444. Melissa Morgan, Mother, Child with dyslexia, Paoli, PA
  445. Nicolette Johnson, Certified Academic Language Therapist (CALT), Dyslexic Reading Solutions, Highlands Ranch
  446. Lillian Stewart, Academic Language Therapist, Dyslexia Institute of MN, Rochester, MN
  447. Tracy Young, Reading Tutor, Freehold
  448. Rebecca Levenson, Rebecca Levenson Consulting, Berkeley
  449. Erin Maas, RN/parent, San Anselmo
  450. Shauna Barton, Dyslexic Educator & Parent of a Dyslexic Child, St. Louis
  451. Dwight Yochim, Manager, Canada, Coquitlam
  452. Dena Glynn, Teacher, San Diego
  453. Liz Ritz, Educator and Mom, Oak Harbor
  454. Rebecca Semler, Parent, Learning Specialist, and Tutor, Memphis
  455. Erica Mueller, Teacher, Fairfield, CT
  456. Allison Ibanez, Mom, Greenwich, CT
  457. Shannon Soller, Co-Founder Beauty Beyond, Parent Support Leader Decoding Dyslexia CA, Los Angeles
  458. Eliza LaRochelle, BCBA, Lawrence Public Schools, Lawrence
  459. Gail Howard, Teacher, Douglas County School District, Highlands Ranch
  460. Karen Swingle, Teacher and Grandmother and aunt of four dyslexic children, Retired language arts teacher, Jesup, Georgia
  461. Kelly Graham, Mother, Marietta
  462. Ellen Byron, Attorney, Project Monarch, Champaign IL
  463. Fay Van Vliet, Director of Programming, Dyslexia Institute of MN, Rochester, MN
  464. Kristin A. Allan, Attorney and Cherry Creek School District BOE member, Kristin Allan, ENGLEWOOD
  465. Winifred Winston, Advocate & Parent of a struggling reader, Dyslexia Advocation, Inc, Baltimore
  466. Catherine Murphy, RN, OG Tutor, advocate, parent, Decoding Dyslexia Maryland- Howard County Chapter, Clarksville
  467. Jennifer Abrams, Parent of a child with Dyslexia and Social Worker, Englewood, CO
  468. Melissa A Wren-Dail, Veterinarian, New orleans
  469. K. Camille DeLouche, Retired teacher, Orlando
  470. Ashley Nihart, Occupational Therapist, Parent of child with dyslexia, advocate, Building Blocks Therapeutic Learning, Mandeville
  471. Virginia Arocha, CALT Dyslexia Therapist/Reading Specialist, Castroville
  472. Laura Schultz, Advocate for Reading & Dyslexia, Decoding Dyslexia Maryland, Maryland
  473. Michelle Oakes, Dog Handler
  474. Sara Buetow, Parent, Advocate, Tutor, Bellingham
  475. Nicole Leaf, Parent and Special Education Paraprofessional, Prior Lake
  476. Cindy Russell, Nonprofit leadership, Dyslexia Institute of MN, Rochester, MN
  477. Janetta Davenport, Educator, Parent of a child with dyslexia, Tennessee
  478. Bridget Ligas, Teacher, Vestal central schools, Vestal
  479. Kari Roppe, Reading Specialist/Interventionist/Certified Dyslexia Specialist, Webster School District, Danbury
  480. Janet C Karsas, retired teacher, INDIANAPOLIS
  481. Malakai Valgean, Just graduated in June 2022, 18yr old who never learned to read with these curriculums, Essex Jct
  482. Danah Wagner, Substitute Teacher, Newnan
  483. Krista Hotelling, Educator and Parent
  484. Pam Gjellum, Educator/Consultant, LETRS PLF, CALP, Del Norte
  485. Laura Kowal, Mom of dyslexic child, Skaneateles
  486. Christine Elegante, K-3 Literacy Specialist
  487. Shelly Lawson, Educator and Parent, Knoxville
  488. Kathleen Morgan, School Counselor and mom, Medway
  489. Clare Maeda, Teacher, Aurora Public Schools, Aurora
  490. Julya Johnson, Mom to a dyslexic child, Knoxville
  491. Frederick Moore, retired, North Vancouver
  492. Heather South, Reading Specialist Teacher and parent to three children, Kennesaw
  493. Tamara Gallucci, Personal Trainer, Castle Pines
  494. Tayo S McGuirk, M.Ed., Educator & Parent of 2 learners w/dyslexia, DenCoKID, Denver CO
  495. Dean Fadel, Parent Advocate, Dyslexia Reads and Succeeds, Columbus
  496. Rebekah Murray, Mom, Denver
  497. Brodie Boilard, Mother to a Dyslexic child, Breckenridge
  498. Anella Wetter, CSO, 95 Percent Group, Illinois
  499. Emily Kadehjian, Mom & Advocate, Dedham
  500. Tambra A Amerine, Retired, N/A, Arcadia
  501. Kara wishman, Parent of 3 dyslexics, Parent Advocate, Urbandale
  502. Andrea Bishop, Teacher/Tutor/Parent, Mom/Upstate Literacy, LLC, Piedmont
  503. Katherine Braun, Teacher, , Lenox
  504. Diana Murray, Special education teacher, Show Low, Arizona
  505. Megan Bonselaar, Mother to a dyslexic child and occupational therapist, Buford
  506. Leia Schwartz, Dyslexic Student, New York
  507. Celina Morgan, Parent, Los Alamos
  508. Sara Erbes, Mother to a Dyslexic Child, Marion
  509. Kimberley Cobb, Teacher, Private Tutoring, San Antonio
  510. Cerissa Stevenson, Parent and teacher, Fort Collins
  511. Patricia Eleftheriou, Special Education Teacher, North Billerica
  512. Kate Mayer, Parent (5), educator, literacy advocate, Everyone Reads PA, Berwyn, PA
  513. Denise Emert, M.Ed., CALT, Educator, Pryor
  514. Kelly Herper, Reading Specialist, Fairfield Township
  515. Lauren McCarthy, Special Education Teacher, OG-Teacher Trainer, Wyckoff
  516. Anna Zobay, Parent, Los Alamos, NM
  517. Tracy Owens, Houston
  518. Trish Merrill, School Psychologist, New Hampshire
  519. Lisa Loschiavo, Dyslexia Advocate, dyslexic mom and dyslexic myself, ROCKLIN
  520. Kimberly Blumke, Literacy Consultant, Alanson, MI
  521. Kathleen Hovey, Dyslexia Interventionist, Los Alamos
  522. Lela Crawford, Teachrr, TCSC, Tipton
  523. Valerie Taylor, Firefighter, Naramata
  524. Jaymee Dow, Colorado Springs
  525. Elke Blanchard, Reading consultant, Southington, CT
  526. Trona jurden, Dyslexia therapist, Lavon
  527. Michelle Giglio, 2nd Grade Teacher, Charlotte County Public Schools, Port Charlotte
  528. Amanda Tima, Sonographer, South Lyon
  529. Ruth Giljohnston, Reading Specialist
  530. Jean Coker, Bowen Island
  531. Diana Toth, Retired, Middleburg
  532. Allison Stulpin, Mother to a dyslexic child, Wadsworth, Ohio
  533. Kathleen Buckley, Reading Specialist
  534. Allison Ratwik, Mother of a Dyslexic Child, Innovation Leader, Shoreview
  535. Cailin Dickens, Teacher, Edgewood
  536. Sarah Parker, Landscape Architect, Peachtree City
  537. Lauren Heffelfinger, Teacher, Knox esc, Mount Vernon
  538. David Kinsinger, Pilot, Newnan
  539. Kristin Carter, Teacher, mom of 3 Dyslexic children, homeschool parent, Atlanta
  540. Susan cecil, Business owner, North canton
  541. Ashley Henke, Houston
  542. Kerri Perez, Dyslexia advocate, Helping Hands Advocacy LLc, Cape Coral
  543. Claire Heil, Music Teacher, Peachtree City
  544. Ashley Quackenbush, Milton
  545. Tara Mientus, Special Education Teacher and Parent, Enfield
  546. Emilie Mallett, M.Ed., M.S., Secondary Interventionist and parent, SC
  547. Jackie Rowe, Social worker, Cocoa
  548. Deborah Collins, Reading Interventionist, Dyslexia Advocate, Dublin
  549. Brown Jerusia, Behavior Analyst, Behavior Analysts of Naples, Naples,FL
  550. Gretchen Krum, Engineer/Manager, OH-Kid, Parent of late diagnosed dyslexic child, advocate, Columbus
  551. Patty Beener, Business Owner, Parent of a 4th grade daughter with Dyslexia, Sunbury, OH
  552. Lisa Taylor, Self Employed, Dyslexianowwhat.com Founder; Writer; Parent, Hingham
  553. Wendy Baird, Business owner, Parent of three children w dyslexia., GLENS FALLS
  554. Maria Chambers, Radio Program Director/ AV tech, Syosset School District, Long Beach NY
  555. Elizabeth Kidd, Parent, Leesburg
  556. Jeannie Chambers, Business owner, Clean Living New York, Inc., Long Beach
  557. Kentrina Jenkins, Parent of dyslexic child, tutor, Fredericton, NB
  558. Jessica Hall, Teacher, EducationPlus, St. Peters
  559. Melanie Bujukovski, Teacher and parent, Melbourne
  560. Sarah Cope, dyslexia tutor, dyslexia mom, Houston
  561. Carrie Baker, Early childhood intervention specialist, Parent, Wooster
  562. Tara Sarathy, Reading Interventionist/ dyslexia mom, Washington
  563. Christine scott, Social worker, Worthington
  564. Rebecca K Sanders, Teacher, Australia
  565. Sandra Chittenden, Parent of a Dyslexic Child and Advocate, Essex, VT
  566. Skye Staude, Literacy Leader and parent, MacKillop Education, Torquay, Victoria, Australia
  567. Edwina, Teacher, Melbourne
  568. Jessica Millan, Fierce Rebel for all who struggle to read, CASL, Rochester
  569. Anne Fernandes, School Committee Member, Rochester Memorial School, Rochester
  570. Rhea Grant, Parent
  571. Kathleen Morrissey, Parent and advocate, Parent of late-identified dyslexic son, New York
  572. Joanne Pagnello Fremont, Fairfield
  573. Colleen Marsh, Informed Parent Advocate and educator, Spokane
  574. Michael Potesta, Business Development, Knoxville
  575. Heather M Groce, Reading tutor, Set Apart Henry County, Spiceland
  576. Jerel zak, Pharmacist, Parent, San Diego
  577. Gina Caiazzo, Parent educator in a family of dyslexics,, North Middlesex County, MA
  578. Megan Potente, Parent Advocate, Former Teacher, Decoding Dyslexia CA, San Francisco
  579. Michelle Young, Mom/Educator, Bakersfield, CA
  580. Stephanie Reid, Social Worker, Columbia
  581. Monica Haley, Marketing Manager, Monroe Township
  582. Alison Howard, Parent, Wellington
  583. K.C. Hansen, Teacher, Seattle
  584. Christia Mattey, Mom, OPEN-Bees, Medina
  585. Lori L Hancey, Mother/Teacher, Mesa County District 51, Fruita
  586. Amanda Dunstan, Business Owner, Haly Creek
  587. Laura Ortiz, Mft, Santa Ana
  588. Erin Harris, Parent of dyslexic learner, Grimes, IA
  589. Kelly Kuhlman, Mother of Dyslexic, Rochester,MI
  590. Collleen Crandal, Mother/ Teacher, Chanhassen
  591. Colleen Crandall, Teacher / primer, Chanhassen
  592. Kathy Schmudlach, educator, WI
  593. Heidi Van Roekel, Registered Nurse, Mother, advocate, Sioux Center
  594. Zoe Sewell, Teacher Aide, Ao Tawhiti, Christchurch
  595. Diana Weir, Literacy Consultant, Tools 4 Reading
  596. Mallary Lattanze, M.Ed., LDT, CALT, Dyslexia Therapist, Learning Specialist, Dyslexic, Advocate, Academic Language & Dyslexia Therapist, Houston
  597. Heather Smith, Parent, advocate, tutor, Highlands Ranch
  598. Josh Taylor, Artist / father of a dyslexic son, Loganville, GA
  599. Amy Iobst-Zunino, Reading Interventionist, Independent, Wilmington, De
  600. Rina Patel, School psychologist and special education teacher, San Jose
  601. Layla Boggs, dyslexic family, kokomo
  602. Darla Cowan, Instructional coach, Birdville Independent School District, Fort Worth
  603. Denise Wiseman, Muscatine
  604. Jennifer Kearns, Parent, Orton Gillingham Practitioner Trainee, Reach OG Learning Center, Alberta
  605. Jennifer Landau, Parent of dyslexic child, Litchfield, CT
  606. Miranda Moore, Mom, Roland
  607. Rita Pape, Educational Consultant working with dyslexics for over 20 years, Learning Disabilities Fraser South Chapter, Vancouver BC.
  608. Crystal Crow, Mom and Parent Advocate, Cave City
  609. Mok McKeithan, Concerned parent, Castle Rock
  610. Justine Forelli, Reading tutor, Lafayette
  611. Lynn Anderson, Chicago
  612. Kimberly Zitek, Salon owner, Shakopee
  613. Stephanie Higdon, Realtor, Spear Real Estate, Peru
  614. Lisa Steichen, Parent, advocate & learning coach, Renton, Wa
  615. Carina McSweeney, Mother; ex school teacher; now teacher trainer, Sydney, Australia
  616. Kristen Waddell, Speech-Language Pathologist, Berlin, NH
  617. Melissa Flood, Sr. Manager, Clarendon Hills.
  618. Ruth Bakken, Special Education Consultant & Advocate, IEP Beacon, Dallas
  619. Rose Caldarone, Individual Therapist, Parent of Dyslexic Child, Plymouth, MA
  620. Nicole May, Parent of 2 dyslexicsons, Spring
  621. Lorraine Baya, Artist, St. Augustine
  622. Kimberly Carlsen, Decoding Dyslexia MN, Board President, Plymouth, MN
  623. Tonya Dearing, Parent, Seattle
  624. Sonia Busby, Mother/advocate, Mom to a dyslexic son, failed by balanced literacy, Perry Hall
  625. Dorothy Steiner, Teacher/ OGA Associate tutor, OGA & CA Public School teacher, Sonoma County
  626. Brandon Erin, Fredericksburg
  627. Lisa Hermant, Literacy Coordinator, SD79 Cowichan BC, Duncan, BC
  628. Lyndsey Gillespie, Parent advocate, Fort Wayne
  629. Tanya ghans, New Rochelle
  630. Megan Seff, Parent, Teacher, RIDGEFIELD
  631. Martha Anderson, Language therapist, advocate, dyslexia specialist, Superior, CO
  632. Corrine Swigart, Instructional Coach, FMCSD, Iowa
  633. Lindsay Journo, Teacher Trainer, Tutor, Concerned Parent, Irvine
  634. Amanda Gossman, Advocate, Fape Defense League- MA, Plymouth
  635. Jennifer Grant, teacher, Bryan City Schools, bryan
  636. Jackie Behney, Retired teacher, dyslexia advocate, Decoding Dyslexia Pennsylvania, New Cumberland
  637. Julianne Lemmink, Parent, teacher, business owner, Newaygo
  638. Cherie Sanders, Parent, Hilliard
  639. Laura Amis, Mother of 2 & a Small business owner, Plymouth
  640. Jessica Miller, Narrative Specialist + Mother of 2 dyslexic children, Litchfield, MN
  641. Mary Ann Endsley, Former Teacher, Parent, Saline
  642. Carrie Simon, Director, FULCRUM, Berkeley
  643. Savannah J Roe, Parent of a Dyslexic son, Clifton Tennessee
  644. Sarah Snell, Physician, Parent, Chattanooga
  645. Heather Clouston, Teacher/Parent, Glenford
  646. Jamie Newlin Kirschner, Certified Teacher, Principal, Advocate, OG tutor, Education Advocates of America, Fort Myers, FL
  647. sarah nissim, teacher, Monkeypod Education, Bethesda
  648. Tracy Owens, Parent/Advocate, Troy, MI
  649. Sandra Ledwith, Executive Legal Assistant, Parent, Blaine
  650. Janette Lucius, Retired Teacher, Concerned Grandmother, Rochester Hills, MI
  651. Sharon Israel, PhD, Reading Interventionist/Industrial Organizational Psychologist, Associate - OGA; SLDI - CERI (IDA), Miami, FL
  652. Ayelet Schwartz, OG Trained Reading Specialist, NY
  653. Jessica Kearns, Parent, Fox River Grove
  654. Pringle Khulia, National Parents Union MN
  655. Belkys Benison, Reading Interventionist, Parent, Nanuet, NY
  656. Heather Martin, Attorney, Co-op Director, Delbarton
  657. Sheri Landers-Jones, Teacher and Parent, Millis
  658. Jennifer Spirito, Parent, Bristol
  659. Mark Shaffer, Sr. IT Developer, Westerville
  660. Nicole Pizzini, Parent, Decoding Dyslexia Iowa Board Member, Solon Iowa
  661. Neala Fogarty, MEd, Dyslexia Interventionist;Learning Accommodations Specialist, Houston Independent School District, Houston
  662. Gabriella Shaffer, Literacy Specialist, Olentangy SD, Westerville
  663. Katherine Blythe Wood, Educator
  664. Megan Arbour, Associate Professor of Nursing and Mom to 2 dyslexic sons, Tallmadge, OH
  665. John Prantner, Chief Analytics Officer, Buffalo
  666. Jane Salvadore, Designer, Providence
  667. Thomas Anderson, Educator and parent of a dyslexic child, Excell Academy for Higher Learning, Saint Paul
  668. Gina Carncross, Reading Teacher, Grand Island Central Schools, Grand Island
  669. Alicia Humphreys, Royersford
  670. Jennifer Hollman, Parent, Engineer, Bedford
  671. Alex Pavlik, Mom, School Psychologist, Columbus
  672. Sam Murphy, Media Director, San Francisco
  673. Kelly Volpe, Parent of dyslexic children (2), Collegeville, PA
  674. Phyllis Sparks, Student advocate, Bluegrass Institute, KY IDA, Walton, KY
  675. Jessica Jannace, Dyslexia Interventionist, Parent, Bedford, MA
  676. Martha McIntyre, Graphic designer, homeschooler, grandmother, MK/MCI.Design, Meridian
  677. Beverly Jones, Patent
  678. Cindy Nemecek, Parent of child who is dyslexic, Seven Hills
  679. Ariel Seckler, Reading Specialist and Mother to One, Burlington, MA
  680. Kimberly Lopez, Restaurant owner, Mother, Rochester Hills, MI
  681. Jill Berg, Teacher and parent of struggling readers (one with dyslexia), Maple Grove, MN
  682. Susan Willey, Pissed off parent of a child harmed by balanced literacy, Plymouth MN
  683. Katie Greving, Executive Director, Decoding Dyslexia Iowa, Clarion
  684. Erin Moran, Mechanical Engineer, Parent of Dyslexic Child, Bloomsburg, PA
  685. Harmony van Gogh, Administration, Maple Ridge
  686. J Scheetz, Parent, Physical Therapist, Sioux Falls
  687. Liz Gillmore, Parent and advocate, Cleveland
  688. Christine Clark, Special Ed Teacher, Atlanta
  689. Sara Willis, Elementary Teacher, Advocate, Richmond Hill
  690. Sue Grzybowski, Orton Gillingham level 1 practitioner, Cleveland
  691. Louise Dechovitz, Parent, Advocate, IL Early Literacy Coalition
  692. Jenny Lipford, Music teacher, Parent of 2 children, 1 with dyslexia, Silver Spring, MD
  693. Kelly Berg, Mom of 2 kids with reading disabilities, Hopkins, MN
  694. Katie McGuire, Teacher, Parent of 2, DeForest, WI
  695. Erica Kaufmann, Literacy Coach, Parent of a child with dyslexia, Cleveland, Ohio
  696. Kelly Hatfield, Former Sped Teacher, Current Advocate and Parent, Undivided.io, Culver City
  697. Julie Giudici, Teacher, Bellbrook
  698. Ashley Copple, Early Childhood Coordinator, Olathe
  699. Melissa Binkley, Finance, ODN, Lewis Center
  700. Jill O’Dell, Occupational Therapist, Mom of 2 children with reading disabilities, Telluride
  701. Tamara Nickerson, K-3 Reading Coach, IDAHO FALLS
  702. Susan Goff, Dyslexia Therapist, CALT, Castle Rock, CO
  703. Michelle Hilbert, Mother of 2 dyslexic children, OH
  704. Dee Dee Cain, Instructor, Parent & Advocate, Conway
  705. Jen Norman, Teacher, Louisville
  706. Anna, Teacher &translator, Windsor
  707. Kelly Mayr, Former special education teacher, current parent of nine, Highlands ranch, CO
  708. Courtney Caruso, speech-language pathologist & mom, Blairstown
  709. Julie Obbard, Education Consultant, Berkeley
  710. Marcella Rolwes, Mom of 3 dyslexic children, St. Louis
  711. Theresa Kaska, Mama Bear, advocate, educator, CALT, Mentor, Ohio
  712. Jennifer Iversen, Parent, Advocate, Castle Pines, CO
  713. Jennifer Dolieslager, mom of a dyslexic child, Illinois
  714. Sarah McLaughlin, MPH, Parent of a child with dyslexia, Reading, MA
  715. Michelle Yepez, Pharmacist, Parent of a child with dyslexia, St Louis
  716. Dianne Suchodolski, Reading Specialist, Shavertown
  717. Jennifer Strong, Parent of dyslexic children and teacher, Harrison
  718. Kelley Hayes, Parent and Interventionist, Franklin
  719. Deya Zalapa, SLP and mom of 4, 2 kids with LD’s, Katy, Texas
  720. Jaclyn Burdette, Mom, Brunswick
  721. Tamara Tinkham, Psychologist, Dyslexia Advocates, Lake Elmo, MN
  722. Susan Magers, Parent and Advocate, IEP for Parents, Venice, FL
  723. Brynn Egge, First Grade Teacher, Kalamazoo, MI
  724. Natalie PANKRATZ, Teacher, Athens
  725. Megan Porto, Speech therapist, mom of a dyslexic child, Connecticut
  726. Elizabeth Marie, Mom, advocate, Anthem, AZ
  727. Beverly Ethington, Retired, Toledo
  728. Cathy Stefans, Parent, Winter Haven
  729. Mike McGovern, Software Engineer, IDA Central Ohio, Columbus
  730. Gavin Gosselin, Student - Dyslexic, Cobb County GA - non-proficient reader @16!, Marietta
  731. Angie Schaal, Educator, Parent, Ottawa Hills
  732. Debbie Meyer, Dyslexia Alliance for Black Children, New York
  733. Amy Ingram, Edmond
  734. Shannon Fisher, K Teacher, Public school district in Ohio, Ohio
  735. Shannon Stott, Professor, Massachusetts General Hospital, Dyslexic Parent, Boston
  736. Liz Walter, dyslexia mom, Rockville Centre, NY
  737. Traci Thorstenson, Dyslexic parent, CALP, Reading Interventionist, Littleton, CO
  738. Maria Riggi
  739. Ashley Luna, Mom, and a County eligibility worker, San Diego
  740. Sarah Overby, DVM, Veterinarian, Parent of dyslexic children, Freeport
  741. Jessica Garnett, Parent of son with Dyslexia, Norwalk CT
  742. Jaime Aulet, Parent, Shelton
  743. Amy Clipston, Mother of Dyslexic Child, Pennsylvania
  744. Sandy Yanes, Instructional Specialist, Peach Creek Elemenary, Splendora
  745. Stephanie Needham, Parent of dyslexic child, New City
  746. Tracie Romo, Dyslexic, Mom of Dyslexic Child, Dyslexia Interventionist, Stellar Academy for Dyslexics, Newark
  747. Kate Robinson, Principal, Ballarat
  748. Cindy Coats, Parent, Independence, MO
  749. Christy DeMarco, Parent, Waxhaw, NC
  750. AMY GREGORY, Retired educator, Aiken
  751. Lisa Herrington, Senior Clinical Instructor, Conway
  752. Maeve Clancy, Biologist, Parent of a dyslexic child, San Francisco
  753. Niki Sidler, Dyslexia Therapist, Nashville, TN
  754. Jamila Dunn, Parent, Berkeley
  755. Molly Petersen, Student, Dyslexic 2nd grader, Saint Paul
  756. Christy Wackler, RN/OG tutor/parent, Ohio
  757. Rachel Petersen, Parent, Dyslexic, Saint Paul
  758. Dagny Fleming, Teacher/mom, Marshfield
  759. Cherie Huckstep, Dental assistant, Kilsyth South
  760. danyse streets, Ed. S., Reading Specialist/Educational Advocate, Bridging the Reading Gap, Fleming Island, FL
  761. Elissa Moore, Psychologist, Forest Hill
  762. Jessica Zumstein, Parent of a child with dyslexi, Midland, Tx
  763. Shelley Wells, Reading Specialist, Splendora ISD, Porter
  764. Linda Terry, Mother, Grandmother, Reading Tutor, Little Red Hen Schoolhouse, East Texas
  765. Michelle Barnard, Parent and Advocate, Breslau
  766. Laura Winarski, Home daycare owners, Gilberts
  767. Donnie Peterson, Gilberts
  768. Linda Sullivan, Dyslexia Therapist, Los Alamos, NM
  769. Julie Clark, K-3 Literacy Specialist
  770. Sara Spafford Freeman, Parent & Advocate, MPS Academics Advocacy Group, Minneapolis
  771. Sara Wiebke
  772. Suzie Glassman, Journalist, None, Castle Rock
  773. Kerry Knop, Parent, Ridgefield, CT
  774. Brenda Nahlen, Dyslexia Therapist, Conway
  775. Karyn Robson, Educator, Peak Reading Solutions, Colorado Springs
  776. Amy Dobronyi, Co-Founder & Co-Chair, COKID, Colorado Kids Identified with Dyslexia, Littleton, CO
  777. Brandee James, Parent of child who is dyslexic
  778. Kelly King, M. Ed., Reading Tutor, Chaska
  779. Sandi Greene, caregiver, Williamsport MD
  780. Michelle Perry, Attorney, San Diego
  781. Audrey Goninan, Literacy Specialist, structured literacy tutor, The Reading League South Carolina, Tega Cay, SC
  782. Nicole James, Parent of a child with dyslexia, Clear Spring MD
  783. Helen Dawson, Tutor, Oceanside
  784. Anna OConnell, Engineer & parent, MCU PLLC, Ann Arbor, MI
  785. Cornelia Lockitch, Parent, educator, reading specialist, Orange County, CA
  786. Amy Arnold, Columbus
  787. Melanie Hooper, President TRL-SC, SC public schools, Beaufort
  788. Elana Bernstein, Assistant Professor in School Psychology & Mom, University of Dayton, Dayton
  789. Kim Munson, Adult Education Teacher, Faribault Public Schools, Faribault
  790. Jennifer Mauser, Master Barton Tutor & Accomplished IEW Writing Instructor, The Accomplished Student, Saint Johns, FL
  791. Diane Dixon Zook, Education and child advocate, SREB, Little Rock
  792. Patricia C. James, M. Ed., DT, Dyslexia Coordinator, eStem PCS, Little Rock
  793. Amanda Nickerson, Literacy Consultant, North Canton
  794. Audra Alumbaugh, Retired educator
  795. Nicole hurst, Data analyst, Lake orion
  796. Alice Figueiredo
  797. Sean McQuarrie, Parent, Sooke
  798. Shaheen Munir-McHill, Special education teacher educator, Portland
  799. Anna DellOlio, English teacher, NYC
  800. Cheryl Johanson, parent & now home teacher, Sooke
  801. Kim Zolvik, parent, Branford, Ct
  802. Christine McCarthy, Reading Specialist, EBLI, Flushing
  803. Christa Cavan, M.Ed., Parent, Woodinville, WA
  804. kristine navarrette, 2 dyslexics sons, Jacksonville
  805. Natalie Felix, Parent & Fellow/OGA, Alpharetta, GA
  806. Kris Adler, Advocate for my son, Business Transformation Leader, Leading Global Consulting Firm, Stamford
  807. JohnMeggie Holt, SPED/Parent/Advocate, Williamston
  808. Lauren Wall, Parent of dyslexic children, Friday Harbor
  809. Amanda Stannard, Parent
  810. Melissa Ahlgrim, Director of Reading Sufficiency, Oklahoma State Department of Education, Oklahoma City
  811. Lisa Flores, Advocacy Specialist, Self, Austin
  812. Tonya Kipe, 2nd grade teacher, Polk County Public Schools, Auburndale, Fl.
  813. Tiffany Martinez, Special education teacher, Adams 12 five star schools, Thornton
  814. Brynion Berkey, Home maker, Hood River
  815. Laura Cannon, Reading Specialist, M.A., NY, West Nyack
  816. Sharen scerri, Teacher, Dept of ed, Sydney
  817. Ann Janis, Parent of dyslexic son failed by LLI, Boulder, CO
  818. Troy Hubbell, Teacher, Adams 12 5 Star Schools, Thornton
  819. Emily McCullagh, Nurse Practitioner, Parent of dyslexic son and a dysgraphic son, New City
  820. lauren bennett, Creative Director, Reading
  821. Quinn Baker, SPED Parent, Pasadena
  822. S. “Eddie” Hofmeister Porter, Parent/Advocate, Minneapolis
  823. Kathryn Reese, Literacy Specialist, San Francisco
  824. Tarja Parssinen, non-profit founder, WNY Education Alliance, Buffalo
  825. Rebecca Tolson, Educator, Neuhaus Education Center, North Canton
  826. Cheryl Lasater, Art instructor, Houston
  827. Amanda Mullarkey, Parent & Teacher/Reading Specialist, Naperville
  828. Janine Saragusa, School Psychologist and Parent of struggling reader, Perkinsville
  829. Sarah Emrick, Parent of dyslexic son, Saint Paul
  830. Lisa Young, OG tutor/ parent of a dyslexic child, OGA, Charleston
  831. Allison Quirion, Parent
  832. DR. Laura Shoemaker, Retired Superintendent of Education, Retired SO WCDSB, Waterloo,Ontario
  833. Tricia Mosner, Reading Interventionist, LDSD, Lancaster
  834. Lisa Neith, Homemaker/Grandmother/Guardian of Dyslexic grandson, Pittsburg
  835. Ambor Moy, South Lebanon
  836. Ben Zulauf, Literacy Director, Cicero School District 99, Cicero, IL
  837. Carla Mazzaro, Director, Mother of dyslexic child, Reading, MA
  838. Christy Hintz, Mom of two dyslexic sons, Reading teacher, Advocate, Greenville, WI
  839. Briley Edwards, Banker, Moultrie Bank & Trust, Moultrie
  840. Susan Inman, Consulting Executive, Parent of a dyslexic child, Lexington, MA
  841. Susan Brassill, Parent/Advocate, Port Washington
  842. Stephanie Edgren, Instructor of Education, William Penn University, Oskaloosa
  843. Ed Jones, Learning Systems Engineer, Skunkworks\edu, Carrollton
  844. Annie Watson, Early Childhood Consultant, Kansas City
  845. kimberly Ferrell, parent/substitute teacher, Wilsonville
  846. Melinda Karshner, Teacher, Boulder Valley School District, Boulder
  847. Taisha Aquino-Van Graan, Parent & Advocate, Port Chester
  848. Stephen Mutkoski, Parent, Manhattan Beach
  849. Keith Jervis, former Director, Student Resources, The Pennsylvania State University, State College
  850. Michelle Stone, 2nd grade teacher, The Schenck School, Atlanta,GA
  851. Naomi Tarpley, Parent/Advocate, Kirkland, Washington
  852. Heather Robertson, Attorney, Sharpsburg, GA
  853. Megan Cahill, Minneapolis
  854. Katherine I. Martin, Associate Professor of Linguistics, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL
  855. Rita Miller, parent/advocate, Fort Worth
  856. Jessica Easton, Mom of dyslexic 4th grader, Hillsborough, NJ
  857. Kristen DeBeer, Dyslexia Parent, Highlands Ranch, Colorado
  858. Sharon Bellusci, Project Manager, Parent, Literacy Advocate, Bend, OR
  859. Jennifer Baya, Artist, D&L Art Glass, Saint Augustine
  860. Kimberly Dumitrica, Mechanical Engineer, Board Member Decoding Dyslexia Minnesota, Saint Paul
  861. Jackie Fink, 3rd Grade Teacher, Powers Elementary, Amherst
  862. Keith Boggs, I'm dyslexic & 3 of my kids too. Teach my kids to read!!, Indiana
  863. Pam Dillon, Sales, Masterman’s, Leicester
  864. Jennifer Bahr, Parent, dyslexic child, Saint Louis
  865. Nichole Malmkar, Mother, Hauser Family, Lincoln
  866. Saira Lakhani, Writer, Software, Pickering
  867. Michelle Murphy, Director of Customer Service, Arlington
  868. Snow Parrott, Commercial Real Estate Broker, Southeast Retail Advisors, Greenville, SC
  869. Sarah Sarich, Parent/Advocate, Ardrossan
  870. Adrian Rountree, Parent and Advocate, Housto.
  871. Andrea S. Meier, , Houston
  872. Susan Marasciulo, Retired sped teacher, suemarasciulo.com, Murrells Inlet
  873. Kaleb White, SGT SRO, Sheriffs office, Forsyth
  874. Deanna White, Stay at home mom, White family, Forsyth
  875. Kenni Alden, Writer, Right to Read Project, Berkeley, CA
  876. Alison Lambert, Dyslexia Therapist, Parent, Board Member, Everyone Reading IL, Deerfield, IL
  877. Lisa-Marie Lohse, A Dyslexic and parent of Dyslexic Child, Trumbull CT, Trumbull
  878. Naomi G Hertsgaard, Minneapolis
  879. Jody L Hand, Substitute Teacher, Merritt Island
  880. Amy Schroder, ELL Specialist/Former Reading Recovery Teacher
  881. Jennifer Newman, Speech-Language Pathologist/Reading & Writing Specialist, Private Tutor, Massachusetts
  882. William Conrad, Educator, Newark, CA
  883. Melissa Stirn, Budget Analyst, Parent, St. Paul
  884. Jenny Lambert, Parent of a dyslexic son and OG tutor, Cleveland Heights
  885. Melisa Whipple, Teacher/M.Ed in Special Education, Meridian
  886. Amy Shepperd, Mom of a dyslexic child, Edmonds, WA
  887. Jennifer James, Winchester, ma
  888. Jessica Thueringer, MD, Parent of a dyslexic son, Minneapolis
  889. Josie Hallinan, Tutor, Parent, Manchester
  890. Beth Mappes, Early Childhood Educator of 30 years and parent, Eatonton
  891. Deborah Lynam, Parent, Haddon Heights, NJ
  892. Deborah Cochran, M.S., B.S.Ed., college Bio adjunct & tutor, retired, Webster,NC
  893. Kerry Yonushonis, Mental Health Therapist, LCSW, Dyslexia Coach and Advocate, Kerry On Coaching, LLC, Houston
  894. Jennifer Schuberth, Parent and advocate, Oregon Kids Read, Portland
  895. Megan Hesser, M.Ed, Tutor, Literacy Consultant, Hesser Literacy Partners, Cheyenne
  896. Kelly Huff-Snyder, Parent/Advocate, Decoding Dyslexia Virginia, Ashburn
  897. Kerry Yonushonis Yonushonis, Mental Health Rherapist, Dyslexia Coach and Advocate, Kerry On Coaching Dyslexia, Houston
  898. Maureen Brennan, Teacher, OG Tutor, Dyslexia Consultant, Proven Learning Solutions, LLC, Montrose, CO
  899. Lisa Barbiero
  900. Melissa Belanger, Concerned parent, Mooresville
  901. Lisa M. Reinhardt, Procurement, Hicksville
  902. JoAnn Riley, Parent of a Dyslexic Child, Annandale
  903. Brett Tingley, Education Reformer, Parents For Reading Justice, Columbus, Ohio
  904. Abby Kaufman, Parent, Sudbury
  905. David J Grand, Systems Engineer -Azure Cloud Computing -- English degree holder, NWEA and parent, Tualatin
  906. Kyle Redford, Teacher/ writer, Marin Country Day Schoo, Corte Madera
  907. Jackie Forney, Parent, Kindergarten Teacher, Torrance Unified SD, Torrance
  908. Holly Allison, Mother, Middleton, ID
  909. Karin Chenoweth, writer, Silver Spring
  910. Jenny Warner, Parent of a Dyslexic child, Wheeler, WI
  911. Rebecca Thackaberry, M.Ed., Advocate, Teacher & Parent, Groton
  912. Laurel(Lori) Mullins, Tutor, NA, Montrose
  913. Mindy VanZuiden, Dyslexia Specialist, Tutorburg, Williamsburg
  914. Michael Hunter, Reading Consultat, Readsters, Alexandria
  915. Janice Kyramarios, OT, parent, St Charles MO
  916. Edna Bicksler, Administrative Freelancer, Bothell
  917. Heather Johnson, Reading INTERVENTIONIST/ Instructional Coach
  918. Sonja Hak, Parent, Sacramento, CA
  919. R Brazell, Parent, San Diego
  920. Kelly Stuart, Speech-Language Pathologidt, San Diego
  921. Sarah Thompson, M.Ed., Dyslexia Specialist, Sudbury
  922. Alicia Smith, Parent, Tiny, Ontario
  923. Ashley Ehrenstrom, School Psychologist, Saint Charles MO
  924. Amy Sweeney, Former PR Executive, mother to 2 dyslexic children, Decoding Dyslexia NJ, Chatham, NJ
  925. Katie Streit, Literacy Specialist, Seattle
  926. D. Ross, Parent, Michigan
  927. Kim Harley, Sonographer, Parent of 2 illiterate children, Beaverton
  928. Megan Stephens, Domestic Engineer, Stephens, St Louis
  929. Kelly omdahl, Victoria
  930. Nicole Treanor, K-2 Literacy Coach, NYC Department of Education, NYC
  931. Lisa Aponoves, Parent of dyslexic child, Riverview
  932. Pam Marentette, Attorney, Parent of three, St Paul, MN
  933. Erin Wolsleger, SpEd teacher & Associate Member OGA, Olathe
  934. Mark Means, Advertising Executive, Father to a child with dyslexia
  935. Courtney Black, Teacher, Frisco
  936. Brenda Kraft, CPA, Parent, Poway, CA
  937. Ann Foster, Parent and Educator, Lexington Public Schools, Lexington
  938. Todd Swenson, Dad to a dyslexic child, Waterford
  939. Christine Palubinskas, Homeschool teacher, TITP, Oviedo
  940. Pamela Mehlin, Orton Gillingham Practitioner, Laughing Ogre Press, Minneapolis
  941. Jeanne Costello, Family Support Coordinator, Thrive Support and Advocacy, Worcester
  942. Gretchen Jennings, SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST, ST LOUIS
  943. Erin Smith, SLP and parent of a dyslexic child, East Greenbush
  944. Anna Wilson, Parent, Columbia
  945. Julie fry, Lawyer, West Orange
  946. April Westberg, Parent & advocate, Durango, CO
  947. Linda Diamond, Auyhor and advocate, diamondreadingdoneright.com, Menlo Park, CA
  948. anonymous
  949. Kelly Kelly, Parent of two dyslexic children, Townsend
  950. T. Maenad Widdershins, Retired, Parent of dyslexic son, Lebanon
  951. Vicki Asher, Head of School, Associate Member OGA, Dyslexia Interventionist, Kansas City
  952. Dave H, Artist, Parent
  953. Jenny Bogoni, Parent of a struggling reader, Philadelphia
  954. Melinda Mansfield, Parent and A/OGA Tutor, Decoding Dyslexia Va, South Riding
  955. Wendy Morrey, Former Educator, Parent of 4, Seven Hills
  956. Jessie Forston, Parent of Dyslexic child, Reading Specialist, Edina, Minnesota
  957. Kathy Bartoga, Swansea, MA
  958. Antonietta Quinn, Educator, Webster
  959. David Martin, Special education teacher, Public school, Olathe
  960. Catherine Brashear, Parent, teacher, Atkins
  961. Jenny Kier, former Reading teacher, Texas
  962. Beth Netherland, Instructional Associate Professor and Parent, College Station, TX
  963. Katrina Raia-Smith, School Psychologist
  964. Hilary Laxson, Dyslexia Military parent advocate, Decoding Dyslexia Military, Atlanta
  965. Hilda lennon, Grandparent to dyslexic children, Peru indiana
  966. Tom Parton, Speech-language Pathologist, Normal
  967. Sonia Walters, Board Chair, Dyslexia Advocates, Minneapolis
  968. Jennifer Dysary, Certified Orton-Gillingham Tutor, Hampden
  969. Jesse Lowe, MA, Marriage and Family Therapy, mother, Sepac participant, Devens, MA
  970. Kim J. Poirier, Attorney, Parent & Advocate, Overland Park, KS
  971. Katherine Baldwin, MEd, Reading Tutor and Parent, Chicago
  972. Sylvie Matte, Critical care Registered Nurse, My family is my organization, Milton
  973. Katie DeSouza, Literacy Specialist, Parent of a child with Dyslexia, Fairport
  974. Jaime Craven, Nurse, Mother of dyslexic child, Alliance, Ohio
  975. Angie Schreiber, Language Therapist, Cradle to Career Literacy Center, Emporia, KS
  976. John Cataldo, Retired Principal, Buffalo, NY
  977. Cynthia Elliott, Parent, Chicago
  978. Dr Gillian Evans, Parent, Dyslexia Science, Scotland
  979. Kristi Schmalz, Parent, educator, Warrenton
  980. Blatt-Eisengart Ilana, Psychologist, Arlington
  981. Ginny Osewalt, special education teacher and reading interventionist
  982. Lee Gaul, Sales Director, New York
  983. Susan Quarino, Former Educator, current SoR advocate, 95% Group, Brookfield
  984. Catherine Scholz, Parent, Wayland, MA
  985. Allison Pajor, Marketing, IMSE, Plymouth
  986. Allison Ward, Education Specialist, Reading Horizons, Herriman
  987. Brid Saxe, Astoria
  988. Jennifer Scott, Dental Hygienist, Jamaica
  989. Kelly Booth, Wilson Reading Practitioner, Private, Canton
  990. Jennifer Torborg, Teacher, The Literacy Compass, New Paltz
  991. nicole prati, Parent who changed to homeschooling
  992. Christina Quinn, Respiratory therapist, Stone Mountain
  993. Larissa Phillips, Mom, Adult Educator, Volunteer Literacy Project, Earlton, NY
  994. Genia Deets, Elementary Teacher, Olathe School District, Olathe
  995. Kim Mitchell, Tutor, Decoding Dyslexia NJ, Farmingdale
  996. Abby Marquand, Parent of two, one with dyslexia, Malden
  997. Rachel Moritz, Writer, Minneapolis
  998. Renee Glasscock, Literacy Instructional Coach, Katy ISD, Katy, Texas
  999. Jennifer Cook, Bloomington
  1000. Sarah Solomon, Parent, Newton, MA
  1001. Heather Eckner, Mother of 2, Ann Arbor
  1002. Michele Bowen Woloszyk, School Psychologist & Parent of 2 (Formally) Struggling Readers, Oakland Twp, MI
  1003. Susan Dunbar, Special Ed. Teacher, Orange County Public Schools, Orlando
  1004. Brandon Warren, teacher and advocate, Center Elementary School, Waycross GA
  1005. Pamela Harney, Parent of a dyslexic child, Pound Ridge
  1006. Jenna Berry, Literacy Coach, Alpine School District, Lehi, Utah
  1007. anonymous
  1008. Brett Stevens, Parent, Education Research and Policy Specialist, PA
  1009. Daniel Roe, Principal, Quaama Public School, NSW, Australia, Quaama
  1010. Josh Taylor, Parent of a Dyslexic child and Husband to Lauren Taylor
  1011. Thomas Wise, Data & Analytics, Reading, MA
  1012. Kim Farlik, Mother of 2 with dyslexia, Waxhaw NC
  1013. Nicole Diggins Locher, Parent & Literacy Advocate, Dyslexia Parents Group of Lexington, MA, Lexington, MA
  1014. Colleen Mata, Parent, Ramona
  1015. Colleen Q Malloy, Private OG Tutor, Parent, Fairview Park
  1016. Deb Peters, Teacher, St.Mary’s School, Storm Lake
  1017. Elizabeth Williams, Kitchen Designer, Parent, Tutor, Westport
  1018. Tania S, Reading Teacher, NY
  1019. Barbara Joyner, Terre Haute
  1020. LouCyndra McDonald, Self-emplyed, Self, Flushing
  1021. Sarah A. Friedman, Mother of a child with severe dyslexia, Chevy Chase MD
  1022. Elyse Swenson, SPE ED Advocate, Waterford
  1023. Anne Matthews, Esq., Mother of a dyslexic child and SEPAC board member, Hingham
  1024. Marion Waldman, Executive Director, Teach My Kid to Read, Albany, NY
  1025. Gale Morrison, Consultant, John Catt, Greater Philadelphia
  1026. Lauren Rogers, Nurse, None, Madison
  1027. Rachel Brodeur, Mother, Abington
  1028. Jennifer James, School Psychologist/Former Special Education Teacher/ Parent, Grand Rapids
  1029. Kelly MALICE, Parent of a child with dyslexia, New City, NY
  1030. Eleanor Parker, Teacher, social worker, mother of 3 including one with dyslexia
  1031. Christine McGinley, Parent of a dyslexic child., Jackson, NJ
  1032. Gretchen Eastler Fishman, Boxford
  1033. Ben Tobin, teacher, Williamsburg
  1034. Alaina Kakos, Literacy Coach and mom of 2, Danbury, CT
  1035. Coby Hallas, Creative Director, Tearfund, Melbourne
  1036. Katia Fratticci, Reading Tutor, Mother of dyslexic child, Port Jefferson
  1037. Faith Borkowsky, Literacy Consultant, High Five Literacy LLC, Plainview, NY
  1038. Heidi Gregory, Parent Advocate, Founder, Dyslexia Victoria Support, Melbourne
  1039. Mary McKay, Reading Tutor, Maplewood
  1040. Tonya Murray, Research Study Coordinatir, San Jose
  1041. Nicole Muzzy, Cherry Valley
  1042. Nancy Barnard, OG Interventionist, Non profit, Jacksonville
  1043. Heather Ribblett, Reading Interventionist and Mother of 3, Crestwood, KY
  1044. Bing Shaw, Speech Language Pathologist and parent, Silver Spring, MD
  1045. Aida Klement, CPA, Parent, Fort Myers
  1046. Dorothy Weisenberger, MDUSD Community Advisory Committee Chairman, string:MARTINEZ
  1047. Simone Fisher, Teacher, Eynesbury Primary School, Bacchus Marsh
  1048. Lisa Lyon, Reading Tutor, Decoding Dyslexia Oregon, Portland
  1049. Caitlin Solomon, Architect, Mother of 3, Lakewood, OH
  1050. Cathy McMillan, Dyslexia BC, Port Moody
  1051. LeeAnn Bricker, Reading tutor, Zionsville
  1052. N. Sommers, Parent/Advocate for a Dyslexic Child, Reston
  1053. Paulette Altmaier, Computer Engineer and tech business manager, Retired, Mclean
  1054. Nicole Mitsakis, Parent of Dyslexic Child, Middleton
  1055. Catherine Lock, Director of Education, DEMAT, Cambridgeshire
  1056. Donna Hourigan, Psychologist, Australia
  1057. Kathleen Myers, Homeschooler, Parent & wife to loved ones with Dyslexia., Fellsmere
  1058. David Boggs, professional engineer, parent of 4 children, Alaska Reading Coalition, Anchorage
  1059. Erika Livingstone, Mother, Toronto canada
  1060. Heather Doty, Personal Assistant and parent, Parksville
  1061. Erin Daniels, Parent, Orton Gillingham private tutor, Changemakers Education LLC, Seattle
  1062. Cindy Lumpkin, Parent/educator, Triumph in Life, Inc., Atlanta
  1063. Kristie Bruns, Speech-Language Pathologist and parent, Katy
  1064. Julia England, Teacher, Primary school, Toorak
  1065. Kathy Lee, Retired teacher and mother of a dyslexic adult, Mountain View
  1066. Kaitlin Culhane, Teacher, Loomis Union School District, Loomis
  1067. Posie Boggs, Tutor, IDA, Anchorage
  1068. Elena Blount, Tutor-ESL, Mom of 3, NY
  1069. Charme Smith, Retired Kindergarten Teacher, Now Ed Cinsuktant with Tutor Doctor, Phoenix
  1070. Erin Sain DDS, Dentist, Summit Reading Initiative, Silverthorne
  1071. Jenifer Balducci, Parent, Orinda
  1072. Shelley Shultz, Reading Specialist, Noble Elementary-Bakersfield City School District, Bakersfield
  1073. Tracie C. Allen, Director, Health Information Management, Department of Defense, Elma, NY
  1074. Erika Glick, MS Ed and mom of 2 children with learning disabilities, NY
  1075. Michelle Gibby, M.Ed., Educator, Literacy Non-Profit Manager, Dyslexia Tutor, Parent, Rise Institute for Literacy, Layton, UT
  1076. Jacquelyn Christy, Lecturer; Student Teacher Supervisor, College of Education, CSUF, Tustin
  1077. Amy Dowell, Advicate, ERN, Westport
  1078. Amber Jones, Historic Preservation Consultant, Arkansas Dyslexia Support Group, Little Rock
  1079. Janice Spangenberg, Parent of two dyslexic children, Chicago
  1080. Miriah de Matos, Parent and former special education teacher, San Diego
  1081. Tara Perez, parent, Mountain House
  1082. Danielle Paling, Teacher, Vancouver Island, Canada
  1083. Kareema Radford, Parent Educator, Roseburg, OR
  1084. Melanie Baerg, School Psychologist & Lecturer, School of Education, University of Northern British Columbia, Williams Lake
  1085. Naomi Jelks, Parent and Librarian, San Francisco
  1086. Becky Gasaway, Parent and School psychologist, Glen Ellyn
  1087. Susan Ward Schmidt, Tutor, SWS Literacy Solutions, Ann Arbor
  1088. Sonja Dyck, Parent and Teacher, BC, Canada, Chilliwack
  1089. Liz Barnes, Parent of a dyslexic college student & Non-Attorney Advocate, Decoding Dyslexia-NJ, Cream Ridge
  1090. Tammy Terry, Kinder teacher/parent, California
  1091. Michelle Anderson, Physician, El Paso
  1092. Anna Quint, Disability Advocate, Special Friends Foundation, Latino/Latinx
  1093. Nicole sheehan, CPA/MOM, Florham Park NJ
  1094. Tara Jewell-Mixon, EDUCATOR, Spotsylvania
  1095. Meegan Nagy, Engineer, Carmichael
  1096. Morgan Matthew, Parent Advocate, Black Parent Advocate, Menifee
  1097. Theresa Buczek, Teacher/Parent, Richland
  1098. Tai Allen, Occupational Therapist and mother, Oklahoma City
  1099. Amanda Fletcher, Parent to a Dyslexic child, Juliaetta, ID
  1100. Lorie Dawson, Dyslexic and mother of children with dyslexia, Long Island
  1101. Heather Cea, Teacher, Mother or dyslexic daughter, Hauppauge
  1102. Amy Tryba, Register Nurse, Parents of 3, one of which is Dyslexic, Altoona
  1103. Michail Boyko-Vekin, Business Owner, Father of a Dyslexic Child., Keswick, ON
  1104. Kristin Streeter-Tarlow, Photographer, Parent Advocate of 2 dyslexic children, Concord
  1105. Kelly Urbani, Elementary Principal, Indiana Area School District, Indiana
  1106. Melanie Presha, School Psychologist, Woodcliff lake, NJ
  1107. Sandra Norman, Mom, Mom of Aspen, who has dyslexia, Stettler, Alberta
  1108. Jennifer Fischer, Teacher, parent, Mother of a struggling student, sister to a brother with autism, California
  1109. Sue Dwyer, Guilford
  1110. Karin Dallas, RN, New Hyde Park
  1111. Tamara Jablonski, Mom, Pocatello
  1112. Diana Cessna, M.Ed., PCET, Educational Therapist / Parent, NILD, Valrico
  1113. Shawna M. Landaker, Attorney, Mother of a dyslexic child, Waterford, Ohio
  1114. Elizabeth Phelps, Mother of a dyslexic child, Hinsdale
  1115. Chrystal LaVoie, Teacher, Apopka
  1116. Dr. Michael Paff, Parent, Psychologist, SoR advocate, Gardiner, NY
  1117. Gabriel W. Landaker, 3rd Grade Student with Dyslexia, Waterford, Ohio
  1118. Kara Franke, Parent, Educator, tutor, Advocate, Lees Summit
  1119. Marlee Harford, Farmer, Mazon
  1120. Alison Babb, Parent and Advocate, Arlington, Virginia
  1121. Cindy Cline, Shawnee
  1122. Geri Kipp, SAHM & advocate for all, Louisville
  1123. Heather Martin, Parent, educator & advocate, Walnut Creek, CA
  1124. Ann Baum, Special Education Teacher
  1125. Kristine Haws, Business owner, grandmother of dyslexic child, Boise
  1126. Suzanne Joyner, Teacher, Ponte Vedra Beach
  1127. Kimberly R. Christy, Retired, Rural Valley
  1128. Shelley Skuster, Parent, Reading Tutor, Des Moines
  1129. Kevin Seaman, Parent, Olathe
  1130. Emily Clark, Teacher/parent of dyslexic children, Beavercreek
  1131. Shannon Olsen, Reading Therapist/Yoga Instructor, Ounce of Prevention Reading Center/EBLI, Grand Blanc
  1132. David Douglas Ayer, Hansa Language Centre, Toronto
  1133. Nikki McLaughlin, Parent and reading tutor, Waunakee
  1134. Deborah Lombardi-Aiello, Parent of 2 struggling readers, Wading River, NY
  1135. Lisa Nicholson, Elementary Principal & Parent, Arvada
  1136. Laurie MacLeod, Certified Nurse Midwife, Proud mother of 2 children with dyslexia, Branford
  1137. Sarah Woodbury, parent + disability advocate, Washington State, Marysville
  1138. Terra Walters, Parent, founding member Decoding Dyslexia MI 2013-2020, Traverse City Mi
  1139. Amanda Miller, Mother of 3 Children, Olathe
  1140. Shanya Caldwell, Reading/writing Teacher and Parent, Rutherford County Schools, Smyrna
  1141. Sarah Bannon Proulx, Teacher/parent, Middlebury
  1142. Courtney McClain, Teacher, Clarksville
  1143. Allison Lawton, Teacher, Estill
  1144. Tiana Lemley, Parent, Bayfield
  1145. Celeste Tini, Mom of dyslexic child, Advocate, Fairfield
  1146. Katherine Hamming, Physician and Parent, Lake Forest, IL
  1147. Renee Harding, Parent and Advocate, Sherwood
  1148. Violette Cortez, Parent Advocate of a child with Dyslexia, Eastvale, Ca
  1149. Diane Dragan, Lindbergh: Leaders in Literacy; Decoding Dyslexia MO, Saint Louis
  1150. Sharon Brady, Teacher/Interpreter, Oak Grove, Mo
  1151. Margaret Flaherty, School Counselor, Portsmouth NH
  1152. Bonnie Dombrowski, Parent, East Lyme, Connecticut
  1153. Michelle Castro, Mother of Dyslexic Children, Homeschooler, Training in OG/Barton, Sonora
  1154. Marianne Hunsaker, Parent, Rock Springs, Wyoming
  1155. Jenine Hanson, Parent, Dyslexia Action Group Of Naperville, Naperville
  1156. Jamie Young, Teacher, Scarsdale
  1157. Kerry M.Agins, Attorney, Agins & Gilman LLC, Cleveland
  1158. Sharyn Hoffert, Teacher, Gresham
  1159. Julie Stalker, parent, Rochester Hills
  1160. Paul Black, School Psychologist, Education Specialist, Kaysville, Utah
  1161. Brittany Jensen, Teacher in training, PoWR- Parents of Wyoming Readers, Casper, Wy
  1162. Tracy White Weeden, President & CEO, Neuhaus Education Center, Bellaire
  1163. Jeffery Christy, Professional Engineer, Rural Valley
  1164. Jessica Besler, Mom/Teacher, Wisconsin
  1165. Daniella Green, Advocate/Parent of dyslexic, Toronto
  1166. Kaitlyn Clark Matatia, Special Educator, Parent/Teacher/ Advocate for Sister with Dyslexia, Poughkeepsie,NY
  1167. Pamela Cohen, Teacher/Parent, Member LAUSD Board Special Ed Cttee, Los Angeles
  1168. Jake Spurgeon, Designer / IEP Student Parent, St. Charles, MO
  1169. Valerie Browers, School Psychologist, Parent, Torrance
  1170. Melinda Kim, Nurse/ parent of dyslexic, trained in OG, MD
  1171. Lynsey Hubbard, Parent of dyslexic student, Indianapolis
  1172. Guy Hartling, Teacher, Halifax
  1173. Rachel Lathrop, School Psychologist, South shore regional centre for education, Halifax NS Canada
  1174. Dana Cilono, Parent, Funder, Oakland, CA
  1175. Scott meyer, Finance, Parent/Advocate, Armonk, NY
  1176. Edith Hernandez, Nurse, San Antonio
  1177. Chrostowski Twyla, Sign Language Interpreter, Kansas City
  1178. Nicole Thomas, Teacher/Mom of dyslexics, Boston MA
  1179. Carolyn Czegel, Self-employed, Toronto
  1180. Regina A Kolarchick, Legal Assistant/Parent, Troy, MI
  1181. Melissa MacArthur, Teacher, Avon Maitland District school board, Canada
  1182. Shelley Blackwell, MTSS Literacy Specialist, Olathe
  1183. April Meier, Educator, Parent, Michigan
  1184. Holly France-Kremin, Nurse practitioner, Parent of dyslexic child, Dublin
  1185. Anders Lunde, M.Ed., Educator, Chilliwack, B.C.
  1186. Angela McMasters, School Psychologist / Parent, Indiana
  1187. Roselyn Gishen, MEd student / literacy researcher / tutor, Thornhill, ON
  1188. Marji Nordick, School Nurse, dyslexic, and mother to a fabulously dyslexic girl, West Ada School District, Meridian, Idaho
  1189. Robin Basney, Mom, Child with Dyslexia, River Forest
  1190. Erin Schryer, PhD, Principal & Researcher, Origins Academy, Quispamsis NB Canada
  1191. Sara Harty, Literacy advocate and parent of a dyslexic college student, Lake Forest, IL
  1192. Bridgett McDowell, Former South Lyon Community Schools Trustee, Parent, Northville, MI
  1193. Ronit Glickman, Teacher and mom to a dyslexic child, Santa Rosa City Schools, CA, Santa Rosa
  1194. Noelani Perry, Advocate, concerned citizen, home educator, Copperas Cove, TX
  1195. Erin Murphy, Ph.D., Mother and literacy advocate, Project Monarch, Champaign
  1196. Teresa Olafson, Registered Nurse, Advocate, North Dakota Parent's Right, Fargo
  1197. Lisa Koffler, Digital Sales, Columbia
  1198. Jennifer Garris, Dyslexic, mother of 2 dyslexic sons, OG practitioner -AOG, Lowcountry Orton-Gillingham, Charleston, SC
  1199. Gina Bring, Advocate, Parent, Blaine
  1200. Nichole Peltier, RN, Woodbury
  1201. Scott Crosby, Corydon, IN
  1202. Faith Sampat
  1203. Kathlin Bibens, Parent of 3 dyslexic children, Burlington, VT
  1204. Kristy Crosby
  1205. Dana Carman, Parent, Chicago
  1206. Dr. jennifer Bremser, Neuroscientist/mom
  1207. Juwana Riggins Simon, Student Advocate, Atlanta
  1208. Halie Creekmore, Delavan
  1209. Jeannine Leitch, Concerned parent of struggling readers, Lacey
  1210. Shawna Audet, Teacher, Flying Cat Academy, Smithers, BC
  1211. Erin Dudley, Ed.S, NCSP, School Psychologist & Parent, Chicago
  1212. Renée O’Brien, Special Education Advocate, Parent of 2 dyslexic children, Billerica
  1213. Laura Standridge, DC, BCN, Tutot/Parent/Speaker, Laura Standridge, D.C., B.C.N., Mount Pleasant
  1214. John McGrath, Lawyer, Law Office, New York
  1215. Colleen Walston, Mother, Concord, MA
  1216. Misty Powers, Tax Associate, Green bay
  1217. Jennilyn Pagan, Parent, Medford
  1218. Shelly Lee, Parent, Senior Business Intelligence Developer, Crestwood, KY
  1219. Alissa Plaisance, Director, The Bridge at The Christ School, Orlando
  1220. Michelle Walker, Parent & Advocate, Co-founder Open Schools USA, Portland, OR
  1221. Melanie Smith, Teacher, Mom of a dyslexic child and a reading teacher, Magnolia
  1222. Erica KLEIN, Reading Tutor, Grasp Reading, Fredericton
  1223. Jana Pursley, Teacher/Parent, Ringgold
  1224. Jessica Brody, Parent of dyslexic children that this curriculum failed, O Fallon, MO
  1225. Amy Leng, Accountant, University of Illinois, Rantoul
  1226. Heather Haigler, Parent, Delavan, WI
  1227. Carrie Wood, Parent
  1228. Christine Cohen, Literacy consultant and mom of a dyslexic child, Literacy How, Inc., Portland
  1229. Ashley Makridakis, Self Employex, Boston
  1230. Janice Jones, Parent, Parent of dyslexic university graduate and B.Ed student, Halifax, NS
  1231. Melanie Brethour, Teacher & parent, Decoding Dyslexia Quebec, Brossard
  1232. Amy Nugent, Parent, Ogdensburg, NY
  1233. Lyndi Cook, Self Employed, Peru
  1234. Jillian McDonough, Business owner, mom of dyslexic children, Winchester
  1235. Holly Hesse, parent, engineer, Atlanta
  1236. Meredith Kroot, Parent, CPS Family Literacy Collaborative, Chicago
  1237. Melissa Bosman, RN, Garden City
  1238. Nanci Sears Perry, Parent of college students who are dyslexic & former tutor, Decoding Dyslexia Indiana, Muncie, IN
  1239. Marie Torre, Mother and former elementary teacher, Mom to 2 dyslexic daughters, San Francisco
  1240. Joanne Neubart, Longwood
  1241. Erin Martin, Business owner, Charlotte
  1242. Julie Gosselin, Consultant, Marietta
  1243. Erin Ness, Parent, St. Louis
  1244. Beth Blum, Parent / educator, Westchester, NY
  1245. Kecia Lettington, Leesburg, VA
  1246. Ena Stoops
  1247. Meagan Swingle, Parent, Decoding Dyslexia Georgia, UntilAllCanRead.ORG and Little Light Group, Decatur
  1248. Nykki Stevens, Vice President, former teacher, mother of a dyslexic, Monmouth, ME
  1249. Steve Dawson, Dyslexic photographer & artist / parent of dyslexic child, Tampa Bay
  1250. Kristen McKee, Ed.S., School Psychologist/Parent, Lagrange Park
  1251. Dianne Dawson, Child & spouse have dyslexia / 1st Grade Teacher, Tampa Bay
  1252. Michelle Nelson, Professor, Urbana
  1253. Dina Tanzillo, Teacher/parent, Morrisville
  1254. Sara McCullough, School Psychologist, Dallas
  1255. Amanda Harrison, Bitter&Angry parent paying it forward, Literacy Moms NC, Raleigh, NC
  1256. Beth Bolger Rivera, National LETRS trainer, Former TC Student turned dyslexia advocate, Upper Arlington, OH
  1257. Morgan Ziegenhein, Parent, Arlington, VA
  1258. Brandi Perkins, Parent, CRNA, Fernandina Beach
  1259. Connie Foster, Advocate and Mother to a 9 yr old with dyslexia, Morenci, MI
  1260. Jill Schulte, Teacher, Wentzville
  1261. Shannon Johannessen, Business Owner, Reed Charitable Foundation, Winter Park
  1262. Amanda K. Whitmore, Parent, Maryland
  1263. Teresa Aracri, Pittsburgh
  1264. Gilian Goldman, Bedford
  1265. Robin Boda, Executive Director, Hope Education, St. Louis, MO
  1266. John Plunkett, Parent, Arlington, VA
  1267. Laura Goetsch, Ann Arbor
  1268. Katy Ruth Huling, Teacher, Parent, Folkston, GA
  1269. Audrey Wauchope, TV writer, Sherman Oaks
  1270. Philip Young, School Psychologist, Aiken SC
  1271. Laura Letiecq, Teacher, Manassas, VA
  1272. Brian Dailey, SAHP, Oak Park
  1273. Lindsay Sutton, Homeschool Teacher, Saint Charles
  1274. Lisa Baker, Literacy Tutor, Parent, Empowered Literacy LLC, Norwalk
  1275. Jennifer Delorenzo, Parent/Educator, Denver
  1276. Brian Caulfield, Writer / Editor / Parent, Scotts Valley
  1277. Molly Woodworth, Parent Advocate, Owosso, Michigan
  1278. Beckye Barnes, Parent, Educational consultant, Fort Mill Special Needs United, Lake Wylie
  1279. Milena Schmidt, Communications, Concerned citizen and parent, New York
  1280. Leah van Belle, PhD, Parent and Executive Director, 313Reads, Detroit
  1281. April Poer, Parent, Alabama
  1282. Lisa Salisbury, Teacher, League City TX
  1283. Brian G Connell, Business Owner, Parent & School Board Member, IntegrityFirst Consulting LLC / Olathe Public Schools, Olathe
  1284. Heather Kinsinger, Parent, Advocate, Fayetteville
  1285. Jessie Scott, Parent, advocate, dentist, Decoding Dyslexia South Dakota, Yankton, SD
  1286. Havah kelley, SpEd advocate/ parent, SF
  1287. Mindy Arriaga, Educator/Parent, San Antonio
  1288. Steven Pitts, Teacher, Minneapolis Public Schools, Minneapolis
  1289. Lisa Leggett, Parent, Advocate,Teacher, Waterford
  1290. Megan Bacigalupi, Executive Director, CA Parent Power, Oakland, CA
  1291. Sara Masura-Koester
  1292. Beverly Hill, Education Parent, Prattville
  1293. Benjamin Woods, Teacher, Suzhou’s International School, Melbourne
  1294. Jennifer Hyland, Mom/Advocate, Empowering Dyslexia for Spring Branch Houston, Houston, TX
  1295. Pavlina Stoyanov, Accountant, Mother, Toronto
  1296. Stacey Moses, Procurement Manager, M.S, B.S. Accounting, Parent, Katy
  1297. Jennifer Rowland, Dyslexia Mom and Special Educator, Nashua
  1298. Jeff Poole, Teacher, FWCS, Fort Wayne
  1299. Sherry Harper, Parent & Concerned Citizen, Waverly School District 145, Walton
  1300. Josh Fisher, Instructional Designer, Pittsburgh
  1301. Jennifer Hom, Redwood City
  1302. Jessica Kutsovsky, Special educator, Valley stream
  1303. Melissa Lang, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, Center for Psychological & Educational Assessment, Atlanta, GA
  1304. Karin Maria Hodges, Psy.D., Psychologist, Parent, Concord, Ma
  1305. Jonathan Clark, Parent of two dyslexic children and one dyslexic wife, Maynard, MA
  1306. Jessica Clark, Parent & Advocate, Maynard, MA
  1307. Elizabeth Lahey, Attorney, Parent, Concord
  1308. Dr. Annise Mabry, Retired Dean of Graduate Studies, The Dr. Annise Mabry Foundation, Atlanta
  1309. Alma Faust PhD, Research Development Professional, Naperville
  1310. Karrie Page, K-6 Literacy coach, Pennsylvania
  1311. Susan McGonegal, Dyslexia mom, Troy
  1312. Michael Malione, STEM Tutor, savemath.net, Piedmont, CA
  1313. Kim Barbalich-Arakas, Teacher, Mother, Educator, Advocate, Suwanee GA
  1314. Patti Fornwalt, President, OptiNet Consulting, LLC, Decatur
  1315. Cheryl Clemens, DD-IN, tutor, mother of 3 children with dyslexia, Greenwood
  1316. Sandi Smith, OG Tutor, Parent of dyslexic daughter, OG Works Tutoring, Greenville
  1317. Amanda Harding, Teacher and mom, West Newbury
  1318. Richard Reinders, Wauwatosa
  1319. Jaris Lewis, Teacher, Fruitland
  1320. Ashley Willmont, Teacher, Hahira, GA
  1321. Jeff Heindricks, Systems Engineer, Fortville indiana
  1322. Megan Carchedi, Reading tutor, Minneapolis
  1323. James Fogarty, Executive Director, A+ Schools, Pittsburgh
  1324. Kendra J. Pittman, Ph.D., Evolutionary Biologist, Parent of 2 with dyslexia and dysgraphia, Lawrence, Ks
  1325. Natalie Reyman, Hewlett
  1326. Faye Theriault, Tutor, Dyslexia Support New Brunswick Canada, Dipper Harbour NB
  1327. Sabrina Axt, Attorney, Law Office of Sabrina L Axt, Walnut Creek, CA
  1328. Shay McInerney, Teacher, Australia
  1329. Michelle Sarkan, Literacy Tutor, Valparaiso
  1330. Mary Markey, Moraga
  1331. Katrina Holcomb, Casemanager, Just People Inc, Flowery Branch
  1332. Catherine Sage, Mother to a struggling reader, San Diego
  1333. Holly Palacio, Education advocate, Decoding Dyslexia Olathe, Olathe
  1334. Kendall Pace, Former School Board President, Austin ISD, Austin
  1335. Cindy Smedal, Marketing Director, ORT, Chattanooga
  1336. Charla Lancaster, Dyslexia Mom/Librarian, Erie, CO
  1337. Mary C. Kretzschmar, Parent, Decoding Dyslexia-Alaska, Anchorage
  1338. Amanda Cox, Mother, Nonprofit President, Literacy Tutor, Indianapolis
  1339. Tina Simpkin, Meteorologist, Hammonds Plains
  1340. Richard D. Reinders, AP Psychology Educator, Port Washington-Saukville School District, Port Washington, WI
  1341. Angela Kinsey, Literacy Coach, South Carolina
  1342. Paige Abramson Hirsch, Parents of a dyslexic, former BL teacher and OG reading tutor, San Carlos, CA
  1343. Molly M Rose, M.A., CCC-SLP, Dyslexia Parent and Speech Language Pathologist, Adrian
  1344. Lori Janke, Federal worker, Davenport
  1345. Angela Milliren, Advocate, Parent of two dyslexic children, Overland Park
  1346. Tiffany Seaman, Parent, Advocate, Reading Science Doctoral Student, Kansas City
  1347. Kelly Peterson, Speech-Language Pathologist and Parent, Saint Charles
  1348. Mandi walker, Parent of a dyslexic child, Oregon
  1349. Katie Craft, Parent & SLP, Beverly
  1350. Shelby Gaul, RN, Cary
  1351. Emily Jansen, Amery
  1352. Sarah Cortell Vandersypen, Nonprofit Consultant, Baton Rouge, LA
  1353. Rebecca Pinquoch, Mom, Sedro Woolley
  1354. Christina Kelley, Teacher, Windermere
  1355. L Belinda Hill, Parent/OT/ dyslexia tutor, San Diego
  1356. Lisa McCarty, Parent, Decoding Dyslexia PA, Souderton
  1357. Ioana Santau, Parent of a child with LDs, Home, Boston
  1358. Rachel Levy, Clayton, Ca
  1359. Mollie Fahrmann, Certified Elementary Teacher, Ankeny, IA
  1360. Marilyn Muller, Dyslexia Mom, Weston
  1361. Emily, Sioux Center
  1362. Natalie Murrell, MOTHER, TORONTO, Canada
  1363. Lindsay Drakos, Co-Founder & Co-Chair, COKID, Colorado Kids Identified with Dyslexia (Advocacy Group), Denver, CO
  1364. Jana Pochintesta, Advocate and Parent, Longwood
  1365. Sarah Byrne, Dyslexic Attorney, parent, University Park
  1366. Charlotte Blanch, Reading tutor, dyslexic parent to 3 children with dyslexia, Austin, TX
  1367. Lani Mednick, Educational Services Specialist, CORE
  1368. Nancy Hartsell, Teacher, Grayson
  1369. Robin Zikmund, Dyslexia Advocate, DDID, Meridian
  1370. Christin Economou, Parent and Dyslexia Practioner, Worcester MA
  1371. Kate Pinkerton, Reading Interventionist & Parent, Houston
  1372. Charlotte Geary, Parent, Reston
  1373. Sheri Robertson, Self employed, Parent, Augusta
  1374. Jennifer Knopf, Parent, Attorney, President of Nonprofit, Orlando
  1375. Dinorah DellaCamera, Veterinarian/Parent/Board Member TMKTR, Teach My Kid To Read, Garden City NY
  1376. Tristin Harper, Attorney, Newnan, GA
  1377. Stacey Ramseyer, parent, Orrville, Ohio
  1378. Jessica McKee, Parent, Pottstown
  1379. Danielle Davis, Parent, Noblesville, IN
  1380. Diann Mair, Parent, Private Reading Tutor, Ogden
  1381. Natalie Gallimore, Volunteer Research Lead, Decoding Dyslexia Ontario, Ottawa
  1382. Bethany Kulig, Reading Specialist, Melbourne
  1383. Dr. M Kinzie, Doctor of Physical Therapy and parent, Frederick
  1384. Joanne Franco, Parent & Advocate, Dyslexia Advocacy Action Group, Long Island, NY
  1385. David Weingartner, Parent, MPS Academics Advocacy, Minneapolis
  1386. Ashley Johnson, Bothell
  1387. Maureen Ronayne, Mother, Medford
  1388. Frida Brunzell, Parent, Poway
  1389. Renee Saarloos, Parent, Sioux Center
  1390. Caron Howick, Parent, NJ
  1391. Kelli Owen, Educator, Jackson
  1392. Elizabeth Gyurko, Parent, Raleigh NC
  1393. Leah Noreng, Parent, Oro Valley, AZ
  1394. Macy Abell, Parent, Grayson
  1395. Amy Loggins, Frustrated Parent, Cornelia
  1396. Ellen Popov, Parent, Norcross
  1397. Brittany Wheelus, Parent, Statham
  1398. Missy Purcell, Parent and Advocate, Gwinnett Advocates for Dyslexia, Lilburn
  1399. Sarah Levine, Teacher, Parent, New Haven
  1400. Christina Engberg, State Leader, Parent, Decoding Dyslexia Georgia, Atlanta
  1401. Krysten Jenkins, Parent, Gainesville
  1402. Adrienne Groman, Biostatistician, Orchard Park
  1403. Lauren Taylor, Paren Advocate, Atlanta
  1404. Ashley Roberts, Parent & Advocate
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