Jennifer Reardon McSoley struggled in school, but was not diagnosed with dyslexia until college. It was a lonely disability since there were few systemic supports at that time. Today, with a Masters in Arts and Education, and more than 20 years in educational leadership, she has made it a personal and professional goal to support children facing issues similar to those she experienced as a child.
A Detroit native, she now resides in Fishers, Indiana, with her husband and sons. In addition to her books, she speaks and travels both nationally and internationally where her “League of Invisible Abilities” series is helping to re-frame the conversation around learning disabilities – particularly for the children now being empowered!