The Transforming Education World Summit


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Here are the speakers THAT WILL BE INTERVIEWED (CLICK ON PHOTO TO READ BIO):


Dr. Peter Gray PhD
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Dr. Peter Gray PhD

Oct 18 - 8:30 pm EST
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Peter Gray, Ph.D., research professor at Boston College, is author of Free to Learn (Basic Books, 2013) and Psychology (Worth Publishers, a college textbook now in its 7th edition). He has conducted and published research in comparative, evolutionary, developmental, and educational psychology. He did his undergraduate study at Columbia University and earned a Ph.D. in biological sciences at Rockefeller University. His current research and writing focus primarily on children's natural ways of learning and the life-long value of play. His own play includes not only his research and writing, but also long distance bicycling, kayaking, back-woods skiing, and vegetable gardening.
Peter Hill
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Peter Hill

Oct 20 - 8:30 pm EST
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Peter Hill has been living and working on the Pine Ridge Reservation for over 15 years, and over time became part of the movement to preserve and revitalize the language, having become fluent as an adult. In 2012, he started the Lakota Immersion Childcare program, then a simple in-home daycare with five children and only one staff member. He continues to work for the program - now the Lakota Language Initiative of Thunder Valley Community Development Corp. - as its Language Coordinator, and spends most of his working hours making translations, recording audio material, creating curriculum, and working with the adult second-language learners on staff.
Shelly Lefkoe
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Shelly Lefkoe

Oct 25 - 8:30 pm EST
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Shelly Lefkoe is co-founder and President of the Lefkoe Institute, and the founder and Parenting the Lefkoeway. She has personally worked with thousands of individuals from around the world. Using The Lefkoe Method she has helped these people eliminate issues as serious as eating disorders, phobias and depression as well as everyday problems like procrastination, shyness, fear of public speaking and the inability to form healthy relationships. Shelly is a speaker, workshop leader, and author of Parenting the Lefkoe Way.
John Hunter
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John Hunter

Oct 27 - 8:30 pm EST
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A native Virginian and graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, John Hunter is an award-winning gifted teacher and educational consultant who has dedicated his life to helping children realize their full potential. Employing his background as a musician composer and filmmaker during a three-decade career as a teacher, Hunter has combined his gifted teaching and artistic talents to develop unique teaching programs using multimedia software programs in creative writing and film courses.During his university years, he traveled and studied comparative religions and philosophy throughout Japan, India and China. It was while in India, the cradle of Ghandian thought, Hunter, intrigued by the principles of non-violence, began to think of how his profession might contribute to peace in the world.Knowing that ignoring violence would not make it go away, how could he teach peace in an often-violent world? Accepting the reality of violence, he would seek to incorporate ways to explore harmony in various situations. This exploration would take form in the framework of a game – something that students would enjoy. Within the game data space, they would be challenged, while enhancing collaborative and communication skills.In 1978, at the Richmond Community High School, Hunter led the first sessions of his World Peace Game. Over time, in a synchronous unfolding with the growing global focus on increasingly complex social and political conditions, the game has gained new impetus. As Hunter succinctly explains, “The World Peace Game is about learning to live and work comfortably in the unknown.”
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Dr. Alizah Brozgold PhD

Nov 1 - 8:30 pm EST
Dr. Alizah Brozgold PhD
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Dr. Alizah Brozgold has a PhD in clinical neuropsychology from City College and over 30 years of experience working diagnostically and therapeutically with children and adults who have dyslexia and other learning disabilities. She was a Chair of Professional Training at the NY Branch of the Orton Dyslexia Association (now the IDA) and has spoken about the assessment of dyslexia at numerous conferences and schools. Dr. Brozgold is currently in private practice in New York City.
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Dr. Reid Lyon PhD

Nov 3 - 8:30 pm EST
Dr. Reid Lyon PhD
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Over the past 30 years, Dr. Lyon has had a wide range of professional responsibilities including his contributions as a research scientist, professor, classroom teacher, special education teacher, neuropsychologist, school psychologist, and leader in the development of evidence-based education policy at federal and state levels. From 1992 until 2005, Dr. Lyon served as a research psychologist and the Chief of the Child Development and Behavior Branch within the National Institute of Child health and Human Development (NICHD) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) where he was responsible for the direction, development and management of research programs in developmental and cognitive neuroscience, developmental psychology, behavioral pediatrics, reading development and disabilities, learning disabilities, early childhood development and school readiness.While at the National Institute of Health, Dr. Lyon worked closely with the White House, the U.S. Department of Education, and Congress on the development of evidence-based education policy. From 2001 until 2005, he served as an advisor on education research and policies to President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush in addition to directing his programs at the NIH. Dr. Lyon has testified numerous times before U.S. Senate and House committees, addressing issues related to the role of neuroscience in education, the need for scientific research to guide educational practices and policies, evidence-based teacher education, early childhood development, learning disabilities, reading development and reading disorders, the re-authorization of Head Start, and the re-authorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education (IDEA) Act. In 2006, Dr. Lyon was named one of the ten most influential people in American education during the last decade by the Editorial Projects in Education Research Center (Education Week) for his work in ensuring that scientific research occupies a central role in educational practices and policy.Dr. Lyon received his Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico in 1978 with a dual concentration in Special Education (learning disabilities and disorders) and psychology (developmental neuropsychology). He served on the faculties of the University of Alabama - Birmingham (Special Education and Educational Psychology), Northwestern University (Communication Science and Disorders) and the University of Vermont School Of Medicine (Neurology). He has authored, co-authored and edited more than 130 peer reviewed journal articles, books, and book chapters on developmental neuroscience, learning differences and disabilities, reading and reading difficulties, and educational policy.
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Dana Blackhurst

Nov 7 - 8:30 pm EST
Dana Blackhurst
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Dana Blackhurst is a nationally recognized educator of, and authority on students with dyslexia. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field of learning differences/disabilities having been affiliated with the International Dyslexia Association (then known as the Orton-Dyslexia Society) since 1972. Dana has served on multiple advisory boards, including the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) Board, the South Carolina-based Child’s Haven Board, and the board of directors for the Andre Agassi Preparatory Charter School. Since first becoming a teacher in 1883, Dana has received numerous educational honors, including the Educator Award, Carolina Branch of the IDA (2002), South Carolina Middle School Teacher of the Year (1990-91), p. Buckley Moss Teacher Award for National Outstanding Educator in Learning Disabilities (runner-up), and Congressional proclamation as “Outstanding Educator” in South Carolina. Dana was Executive Director of the Center for Innovative Learning at the Carroll School in Lincoln, MA, where he also taught Social Studies. From 1991-2005, Dana served as Headmaster of Camperdown Academy in Greenville, SC. Under his leadership, the Academy grew to become a highly respected institution, with enrollment increasing from 20 to 107 students. While at Camperdown, Dana directed the admissions and development departments, and established summer programs that served not only Camperdown students, but also students in surrounding school districts. Dana also initiated and developed the school into a training site for the Academy of Orton Gillingham Practitioners of Educators, one of the first 10 school of this kind in the country. Prior to his employment with Camperdown, Dana was employed by the Kildonan School in Amenia, NY, the Jemicy School in Baltimore, MD, and the Sandhills School in Columbia, SC. Dana also served as Headmaster of Pine Ridge Secondary School, an international boarding school in Williston, VT.Dana is a passionate leader in building self confidence in students with dyslexia through appropriate school placement, development of creative educational approaches, organizational skills instruction, time management, and self-advocacy. Dana currently sits as a member of the Board of Marshall University’s H.E.L.P Program and has returned to Greenville to act as Headmaster of Chandler School. He has connections with educators and professionals throughout the country which contribute to his passion of influencing his students to lead more fulfilling and successful lives.
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Jane Elliott

Nov 8 - 8:30 pm EST
Jane Elliott
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In response to the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968, Jane Elliott devised the controversial and startling,‘Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes’ Exercise in Discrimination. This, now famous, exercise labels participants as inferior or superior based solely upon the color of their eyes and exposes them to the experience of being a minority. Everyone who is exposed to Jane Elliott’s work, be it through a lecture, workshop, or video,is dramatically impacted and learns a valuable lesson in discrimination.
Jan Jones Blackhurst
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Jan Jones Blackhurst

Nov 10 - 8:30 pm EST
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Executive Vice President of Government Relations and Corporate ResponsibilityJan Jones Blackhurst is a long-time political and business leader who has left an indelible imprint on the lives ofmillions of people. She spent most of the 1990s as the first woman mayor and one of the most popular mayors inLas Vegas’ history. She then joined Caesars Entertainment, where she and her teams developed the industry’s firstResponsible Gaming practices and are creating a diverse and inclusive workplace; advancing environmentalstewardship; advocating for important social issues; and giving millions of dollars to individuals, families andcommunities in need. She speaks extensively at many universities and helped establish the International GamingInstitution Center of Excellence at UNLV.As part of her continued commitment to education, Jan serves as Vice Chair for the Public Education Foundation andis also a member of the Women's Leadership Board at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at HarvardUniversity. She has earned numerous awards and accolades in 2016 including The Diversity in PR and Diversity HeroAwards from PR Week, the Annual Black Images Honors from the 15th Annual Soul Festival, the Dom PérignonAward of Excellence from UNLVino and was named by the Las Vegas Business Press as one of its “Women WhoMean Business”. In 2014, she was one of the first women to be inducted into the American Gaming Association(AGA) Gaming Hall of Fame.Jones Blackhurst holds a bachelor's degree in English from Stanford University and attended the University ofSouthern California's School of Food Marketing Management.
Laurent Valosek
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Laurent Valosek

Nov 15 - 8:30 pm EST
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Mr. Valosek is the Managing Director of Peak Leadership LLC, a leadership and strategy development firm. The Peak model, derived from decades of research, integrates neuro-psychological, emotional, cognitive, interpersonal, and systems drivers of optimal performance. It provides a highly effective, individualized process for developing an executive’s capabilities in key areas that will optimize his/her overall leadership capacity. In turn, this enables the creation of more sustainable, scalable organizations.​Mr. Valosek is also the Executive Director and co-founder of the Center for Wellness and Achievement in Education (CWAE), a San Francisco based non-profit that develops and implements high impact stress management and performance improvement programs for schools and public health agencies. Prior to becoming a social entrepreneur, Mr. Valosek served for 25 years as a CEO and management consultant for early stage, high-growth technology companies, including Integrated Devices LLC, Lakshmi Technologies, Transilica, Xistor Technology Development Corporation, and Sophia Communications.
Diane Lyon
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Diane Lyon

Nov 18 - 8:30 pm EST
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Diane Lyon has been a passionate and effective advocate for children, adolescents, and adults who struggle to learn to read with a focus on learning effectively, in the home and in the classroom. In 1995 Diane founded the Parent Coalition for Literacy in Indiana and designed and implemented a state wide advocacy initiative that brought together parents and leaders from the education, legislative, business, and the medical community.Diane’s passion for education compelled her to take her advocacy and management expertise to the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C., where she directed programs for a national network of Federal Parent Training Information Centers.In 2005 Diane moved and served as projects manager for the Research and Evaluation Division at Higher Ed Holdings in Dallas, Texas, and directed the development and implementation of data collection, analysis, and reporting platforms to ensure program effectiveness.From 2008 to 2009 Diane was the Chief Operating Officer at, a company that develops research based Educational Program, an internet-based, supplemental and intervention, reading program.Diane also was a Research Projects Manager at Southern Methodist University. She managed a randomized study funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education. The study focus was on the response to intervention, using technology within classrooms with hundreds of at-risk students in Dallas Independent School District.She also continues to provide workshops to states, parents, teachers and administrator, sharing how she effectively implements research into practice, not only in the classroom but in the home. She shares her personal story of her own experiences with dyslexia, which provides a different level of urgency and attention. She weaves in how she learned of her son’s dyslexia twenty years ago and what she learned along the way.
Thomas West
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Thomas West

Nov 21 - 8:30 pm EST
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Thomas G. West is the author of In the Mind’s Eye (1991 and 1997) and Thinking Like Einstein (2004). A second edition of In the Mind’s Eye was published in September 2009 with a new Foreword from Oliver Sacks, MD -- who says that "In the Mind's Eye . . . stands alongside Howard Gardner's Frames of Mind as a testament to the range of human talent and possibility." The book has had 18 printings, been selected as one of the “best of the best” for the year by the American Library Association and has been translated into Japanese (1994) and Chinese (2004). A Korean translation became available in late 2011. In connection with In the Mind's Eye and Thinking Like Einstein, West has been invited to give talks for scientific, medical, art, design, computer and business groups in the U.S. and overseas, including groups in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Dubai-UAE, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and twelve European countries. He is now working on a third book on high level creativity and brain diversity. Working title, Seeing What Others Cannot See. He is focusing on highly talented people with dyslexia or Asperger syndrome along with visual thinking and the broad impact of new information-rich visual technologies. Among others, the new book is to include a dyslexic professor of paleontology (advisor for the four Jurassic Park films), a dyslexic Caltech molecular biologist who helped to start the biotech revolution (designing new sequencing machines, co-founding 7 new biotech companies and developing bold new theories 12 years ahead of others in the field) and a family in Britain with (over five generations) many dyslexics and many visual thinkers and four winners of the Nobel Prize in physics.
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Dr. Ani Kalayjian PhD

Nov 22 - 8:30 pm EST
Dr. Ani Kalayjian PhD
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Dr. Kalayjian, Founder & President of the Association for Trauma Outreach & Prevention, Meaningful world, is a graduate of Teachers College, Columbia University with Masters and Doctoral Degrees, and Honorary Doctor of Science Degree from LIU. Currently she is a Graduate Adj. Psychology faculty in Clinical Psychology at Teachers College Mind-Body- Spirit Dept., and in Private Integrative Healing Practice. She has been consulting at UN since 1988 as representative of a variety of organizations, currently representing ATOP Meaningful world, and ACRPC. She has been the Vice President of UN NGO DPI Executive Committee, Treasurer of the Human Rights Committee, Corresponding Secretary, & Currently Vice Chair of the Spirituality, Values and Global Concerns, Chair of Annual DPI NGO Conf. and organized 4-6 annual conferences at the UN on Prevention of Genocide, Mind-body-eco- spirit health, engendering inner peace and forgiveness,& dignity for all. She is a Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine, Fellow of several Divisions at APA, Chair, Health, Transformation & Spirituality, Working Group of UN CSVGC, President, Armenian American Society for Studies on Stress & Genocide, Chair of APA International Division’s Disaster Mitigation and Violence Prevention Committee, Fellows Committee, and Women’s Committee. She has received Alumni of the Year Award from TC Columbia University, ANA Human Rights Award, APA Div 52 Mentoring Award, and Humanitarian Award from University of Missouri. She is the author of an internationally acclaimed book on Disaster & Mass Trauma, Chief Editor of an international book on Forgiveness & Reconciliation: Psychological pathways to conflict transformation and peace building (Springer Publishing), Chief Editor of II Volumes on Emotional Healing around the World: Rituals and practices for resilience and meaning-making (Greenwood, ABC-CLIO, 2010), meditation CD on Ancestral Healing and Transforming Generational Trauma, as well as 7 films on Humanitarian Outreach Programs to Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, Israel, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, RD Congo, Sierra Leone, Armenia, and Haiti. Ani Kalayjian is an internationally recognized expert on the psychological effects of trauma in disaster victims, and the author of the authoritative handbook, Disaster & Mass Trauma: Global Perspectives in Post Disaster Mental Health Management. She has worked extensively with veterans of the Gulf and Vietnam wars, with survivors of the Holocaust and Ottoman-Turkish Genocide of the Armenians, and with survivors of earthquakes and hurricanes. From 1988 to 2006 she went to Armenia, California, Cyprus, Florida, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Turkey to assist health professionals treating trauma cases after natural and human made disasters and to train psychiatrists, psychologists and general practitioners in post-trauma therapeutic interventions. With compassion, she has dared to confront the incomprehensible, giving us hope that those who have been damaged can one day be made whole. More important, her ultimate vision is that through peaceful resolution, man’s injustice to man will be prevented altogether.
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Debra Poneman

Nov 29 - 8:30 pm EST
Debra Poneman
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Debra Poneman is the founder and President of Yes to Success, Inc, an international seminar company dedicated to giving people the tools they need to live lives of profound happiness, unlimited success and prosperity, and deep and lasting fulfillment.Since founding her company in the early 80's, Debra has been the catalyst for hundreds of thousands of people to wake up and recognize who they really are and why they were put here on earth – and how to fearlessly turn their dreams and visions into exciting and lasting realities.In addition to delivering hundreds of keynotes and workshops for businesses,associations and professional organizations, appearing on media around the world and writing a newspaper column on the principles of true success and howto achieve it, some of today’s most renowned transformational leaders call Debra their mentor.Debra has authored several books including the best-selling Chicken Soup for the American Idol Soul with Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen. To complete this powerfully inspirational book, she spent six months interviewing American Idol Top 10 finalists as well the judges, producers, directors and scores of fans and helping them tell their stories. Throughout the book, which is filled with moving accounts of how the Idols overcame tremendous odds to create their mega-success, we hear Debra’s voice inspiring us to create our own.Debra now lives in California and co hosts the online Your Year of Miracles webinar program with Marci Shimoff.
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Kay Howell

Dec 1 - 8:30 pm EST
Kay Howell
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Kay graduated from Pennsylvania State University and completed a lVlaster's Degree in Sociology and Political Science at Duke University. She has experience in social work and has taught in the public schools. She developed the Michigan.Dyslexia Institute, Irc., a non-profit organization that provides diagnostic testing and instruction for children and adults with dyslexi4 trains teachers, offers free information to the public, and conducts projects with schools and other organizations. Today the Institute maintains five centers in Michigan. It has served as a model for the development of similarInstitutes in other states. She volunteers time to teach students, train teachers, and assists the Institute with special projects.Kay is a Founding Fellow ofthe Academy of Orton-Gllingham Academy of Practitioners and Educators, and served on the Board of Directors until 2016. Kay is married to John C. Howell,.Ph.D. and is proud to be the mother of a daughter and two granddaughters with dyslexia. She dares to hope that one day all children and adults with dyslexia will live in a world that understands thenl provides them with the skills they need, and recognizes them for the potential they possess.
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Marcia Mann

Dec 5 - 8:30 pm EST
Marcia Mann
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Meet Marcia Mann, MA, CCC, F/AOGPE Marcia Mann received a BA degree from NYU in Speech Pathology, and after a year of intensive study with Margaret Byrd Rawson, in the field of Language Based Learning Disabilities (Dyslexia), at Hood College, went on to Stanford University School of Medicine , where she was awarded an MA in Speech Pathology.For over 40 years Ms. Mann has worked as a Speech-Language Pathologist, Orton-Gillingham Practitioner and Teacher Trainer. She has served as consultant to school districts and hospitals, and lectured extensively in the United States and internationally, and served on the faculty of several colleges and universities.Currently in private practice in South Carolina, Ms. Mann is a former board member of the New York and South Carolina Branches of the International Dyslexia Association, a Founding Fellow and Trustee of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators, and a Certified Master Trainer for Orton Gillingham International.
Evelyn Reiss
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Evelyn Reiss

Dec 6 - 8:30 pm EST
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Evelyn Reiss is a writer, teacher, lecturer and editor. She has held several leadership positions, including founding executive member of the IDA (Ontario), lead teacher in public elementary school, teacher-trainer and principal of The Claremont School. Evelyn founded Claremont for students with dyslexia. The school began with 6 students and now 7 years later has 60 students and a Reading Clinic. Claremont has an assessment centre which carries out psycho-educational testing and dyslexia screening. Evelyn Reiss certifies teachers in the Orton-Gillingham/multisensory-language approach for which she has coined the term Practical Linguistics. Evelyn has created an online Orton-Gillingham curriculum including interactive lesson planning: The Great Word House™ which is used in Reading Clinics and schools in Australia, Bahamas, Canada, and the U.S. As a Fellow of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham and Certified Dyslexia Therapist (IDA), Evelyn is dedicated to creating an exciting and rewarding educational experience for all her students.
Elenn Steinberg
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Elenn Steinberg

Dec 8 - 8:30 pm EST
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Elenn Steinberg is the founder and educational director for Every Child Reading (www.everychildreading.net). She currently is a co-director of Orton Gillingham International with Ron Yoshimoto, an organization devoted to training classroom teachers, interventionists, special educators and parents in the Orton Gillingham approach to ensure that all teachers are prepared to teach all students to read. In her spare time she tutors students with dyslexia and advocates for families.
Dr. Lori Lyden PhD
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Dr. Lori Lyden PhD

Dec 13 - 8:30 pm EST
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Lori Leyden, PhD, MBA is a trauma healing professional known internationally for using EFT/Tapping in her work with hundreds of orphan genocide survivors in Rwanda.Dr. Leyden founded the non-profit Create Global Healing (CGH) and established Project LIGHT: Rwanda – the world’s first international youth healing, heart-centered leadership and entrepreneurship program.Project LIGHT is a new form of humanitarian aid nurturing our next generation of young people to heal, work and lead us into a peaceful future.In alignment with her mission to create global healing, Dr. Leyden also heads up The Tapping Solution Foundation’s humanitarian work including supporting those affected by the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy.She is the Executive Producer of the documentary When I Was Young I Said I Would Be Happy which chronicles the transformation of 12 Project LIGHT Ambassadors and how they paid their healing forward to hundreds, in Rwanda and Newtown, CT.
Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson PhD
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Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson PhD

Dec 15 - 8:30 pm EST
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Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. is a brain and cognitive scientist with a background as a tenured psychology professor, and is an expert in the neuroscience of eating, food addiction, and the psychology of feeding children. She is President of the Institute for Sustainable Weight Loss and CEO of Bright Line Eating Solutions, a company dedicated to helping people achieve long-term, sustainable weight loss. Her program utilizes cutting-edge research to explain how the brain blocks weight loss and every day she teaches people how to undo that damage so they can live Happy, Thin, and Free.
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Titanya Dahlin

Dec 20 - 8:30 pm EST
Titanya Dahlin
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As the daughter of holistic health pioneer, Donna Eden, Titanya has been immersed in Energy Medicine all her life. Since 1996, Titanya has taught and assisted in Donna’s world-wide workshops and is a teacher and on the faculty of the Eden Energy Medicine Certification Program.She is the creator of Energy Medicine Dance! Energy Medicine Dance is a form of creative healing movement, set to world music that is based upon her mother’s acclaimed alternative medicine work. It is a fun and easy movement that balances your energy field for better health and joy. She has a world-wide following with this popular program and has sold thousands of her own professional DVDs on the subject. As an accomplished professional Middle Eastern dancer, storyteller, national award-winning speaker, stage actress, and certified Waldorf education teacher, Titanya has been sharing her natural connection and love of children while incorporating programs with kids since 1983. Her experience and interaction with children also includes more than seven years teaching and leading kids in world dance and theater with her acclaimed performing arts company in Boulder, Colorado a decade ago. With years of research and personal collaboration with Donna Eden, Titanya has led Energy Medicine for Kids Workshops/Play-shops for parents, teachers and children since 2011. She is writing an empowering book for children and their families called, Energy Medicine for Kids, A Simple guide for children and the Adults Who Love them. It is based on Eden Energy Medicine and Rudolph Steiner’s educational work. Some of the topics that Titanya will touch upon within this book will be Learning Challenges, such as different forms of Dyslexia. Other topics include, The Five Elements, Children’s learning process through the Sensory Systems, and Super-sensitive children. Powerful energy exercises are given throughout the book to help children for better focus. The book is due out in 2017.Titanya also has her own popular line of additional Energy Medicine products that she sells to an expansive worldwide audience. Find more on her website: www.EnergyMedicineForKids.com
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Dr. Ned Hallowell MD

Dec 22 - 8:30 pm EST
Dr. Ned Hallowell MD
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Edward (Ned) Hallowell, M.D., is a child and adult psychiatrist, NY Times bestselling author, world-renowned speaker and a leading authority in the field of ADHD. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Tulane Medical School, and the founder of The Hallowell Centers in Boston MetroWest, MA, New York City, San Francisco, CA and Seattle, WA. He was a Harvard Medical School faculty member for 21 years and now devotes his full professional attention to his clinical practice, lectures, and the writing of books. He has authored 20 books on various psychological topics, including attention deficit disorder, the power of human connection, the childhood roots of happiness, how to help your people SHINE, forgiveness, managing worry and managing excessive busyness.He is also the host of ” Distraction,” a weekly podcast series created to explore how we are driven to distraction and offers coping strategies to turn modern problems into new-found strengths.Learn more at drhallowell.com, sign up for his free monthly e-newsletter and follow him on Facebook, Twitter, linkedIN, Pinterest and Youtube.

Here is What Others are saying about the transforming education summit:

Sonya Schumacher Parent - Louisville, Kentucky

Thank you for offering to take me on an inspired and fascinating journey into the basics of how children learn best and explaining creative strategies to help children become secure learners in a complex world. Having struggled as a dyslexic myself, I can only hope for these types of advanced teaching skills for my children.

The Transforming Education Telesummit offers a foundational and innovative professional development opportunity for both general and special education teachers from early childhood through the 12th grade.

Lori Bucco
High School Teacher - Litchfield, Connecticut
Mary Schaefer High School Science Teacher - Fairfax County Public Schools, Virginia

I think all school systems will benefit from the insightful information that this telesummit presents. It is time for our educational systems to reevaluate how we teach our most precious resource – our children. I have been teaching for 35 years and it is time for a change.

This Telesummit is so exciting and will offer valuable insights for parents who are looking to help their children become successful learners. As a homeschooling mom this information will be so valuable.

Melanie Salins
Homeschooling Mom - Middletown, Virginia
Shannon Cross Bear Educator - Hovland, Minnesota

In a changing environment where outdated educational methods are no longer meeting the needs of many, we have an opportunity to bring promising practices and current knowledge to the table to craft an effective educational system that honors our most precious resource for the future and equips our young learners to succeed as lifelong learners.

As mother who works from home with two young children, I try my best to cultivate strong language skills in both of my children. I am now faced with selecting a preschool school for my oldest son, the first of many decisions we will make regarding his educational journey. I have been reading about Montessori, Riggio Emmilia, HighScope, Waldorf, and other educational philosophies. I am excited to attend this program to hear the experts' thoughts on the connections between education, language and child development. I hope to gain the knowledge needed to clarify what I should be looking for in a curriculum. I also hope to strengthen my parenting skills to help guide my children successfully through their various stages of development.

Carly Wagner
Parent - Charlottesville, Virginia