How Dyslexics Will Rule the Future
A presentation of the
Dallas Woman’s Forum’s
Community Connect Series
at the Alexander
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
6:30 pm -7:30 pm
The Alexander Mansion, 4607 Ross Avenue, Dallas, Texas (Free parking in back)
Tiffany Sunday, speaker, provides information to educators, students, and parents about the strengths of dyslexia plus strategies for helping students manage the daily challenges of dyslexia.
Tiffany Sunday, speaker
During her presentation, attendees will learn how dyslexic students can use their strengths in the classroom, strategies for managing the unspoken side of dyslexia, and how to assemble a powerful dyslexia management toolkit.
Tiffany Sunday is Director of Business Development, Southwest U.S. for Scanning Pens Inc., a leading global distributor of electronic pen scanners. She is the author of Dyslexia’s Competitive Edge and You Posted What!? Her 2015 TEDx Talk Dyslexia 2.0: The Gift of Innovation and Entrepreneurial Mind inspires dyslexics to use their talents as an advantage.
She is completing two new books to be published the spring of 2018 – How Dyslexics Will Rule the Future and her anticipated first fiction novel, Never Again, She Said. Her articles have appeared in The Dyslexia Connection, Launch DFW, Noodle Education, Dallas Business Journal, and more. Tiffany has appeared on local television and radio shows and in news publications across the country. For more information about her books, please visit www.tiffanysunday.com.
The Alexander Mansion is home to the Dallas Woman’s Forum an organization that since 1906 has provided women with opportunities — Opportunities to meet, mentor, grow and to serve their community. Early Forum members were instrumental in getting the “Pure Food and Water Act” in Dallas as well as working with the Wadley Blood Center and many other acts of service and innovation. Built in 1903-4, the Alexander is a beautiful example of the turn-of-the-century work of renowned architect C.D. Hill. The stained glass and interior woodwork evoke a gracious charm and warmth, a feeling of “coming home” to those who visit.
The Dallas Woman’s Forum Community Connect Series spotlights local area “persons of wisdom” to share their information with the community, presented by the DWF Community Outreach Committee. Please contact Janis Jelnick, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and with your suggestions for future presentations. All Community Connect presentations are free to the public. http://dallaswomansforum.org