To ensure that all students in T/E School District learn to read
to the best of their potential with as little emotional impact as possible
and that all teachers in T/E have access to professional development
and curriculum rooted in the science of reading.
Wendy has been involved in helping children with disabilities for over 15 years. She’s a co-leader of the Greater Philadelphia Apraxia Support Group as well as BUILD. Wendy also helps parents with advocating for their kids. Additionally, she serves on the board of Baker Industries, a non-profit work rehabilitation program for vulnerable adults. She resides in Devon with her husband and son.
Wendy is a mother of one child, a daughter born at 23 weeks, currently 12 years old. Wendy has worked in the Healthcare IT industry for the past 20+ years. Wendy sat on the parent’s advisory board at AI DuPont in Wilmington DE, and is a parent mentor for Parent to Parent PA. Wendy has experience with children with Autism, Visual Impairments, CP, and ADHD.
Jamie is the mom of three, one with dyslexia. Jamie loves to read, studied in English literature in college and enjoyed a career in the financial sector. She is concerned with how struggling readers are impacted in academic progress, confidence and emotional well-being. She works to bring resources to parents and schools to help students using reading practices based in science.
Kate is the mom of five - 2 dyslexic kiddos and possibly two more to come (2-year-old twins). Kate has experience in Silicon Valley start-ups, technology companies and in public education. I also served on the founding board of an all girls public charter school for 7 years. Kate currently stays home with her kids and works hard to impact reading change within our local public schools.