An educator for over 20 years, Mēgan Reimann is dually certified in general education K-8 and special education K-12. She earned a master’s in special education from Cal State University East Bay in 2002 and earned national board certification in special education in 2008. In addition to teaching in public schools, she has worked privately as a tutor, an executive function/ADHD coach, and an educational consultant helping parents and educators find ways to better serve struggling students. She is particularly passionate about helping parents and educators who work with elementary-school students and adolescents and with learning differences, as she has had her own personal struggles both as a student and with raising children with learning differences. She is a professional speaker and presenter on the topic of executive functions, the developing brain, and learning, specializing in presenting to educators, parents, and clinicians. One of her specialties is helping parents and students understand the learning brain through hands-on, visuals, and games and models and other creative tools to demonstrate aspects of learning and performance that she has created. Her target audiences include students of all ages, from preschool through adults. Her goal is to provide individuals with the information they need to help improve student success and positive life outcomes for those impacted by ADHD, executive function delays, dyslexia, and other learning differences.