IDA celebrates its 70th Annual Conference with the opening general session, “Paving the Way to the Future.” This session begins with an inspirational performance by Lida Winfield depicting her journey with dyslexia. A panel representing individuals with dyslexia, educators, administrators, designers, researchers, journalists, and advocates will be led by the moderator, Dr. Tracy Weeden of the Neuhaus Education Center. Panelists include Emily Hanford, award-winning APM journalist; John Hoke, Nike Chief Design Officer; Dr. Cena Holifield, Associate Professor at William Carey University and Executive Director of Dynamic Design/3D School; Dr. Carrie Thomas Beck, Dyslexia Specialist, Oregon State Department of Education; and Dr. Julie Washington, researcher and professor at Georgia State University.
Join us for a candid conversation to learn how each of these individuals is paving the way to a better future for individuals with dyslexia and related disorders.
Neuhaus Education Center