In 2014, _______ was named a W K.
_______'s birthday is on Jan 31, 1963.
_______ was born on Jan 31, 1963.
_______ (born January 31, 1963) is an American literacy expert and author. _______ is the founding director of LitWorld, a global literacy initiative serving children across the United States and in more than 60 countries. She is also the Executive Director and founder of LitLife, a cutting-edge consulting group working with schools to enrich best practice teaching methods and building curriculum for reading and writing. She is the author of the Your Child’s Writing Life (Penguin Avery), _______’s Best Books for Boys: How To Engage Boys in Reading in Ways That Will Change Their Lives (Scholastic), What To Read When: The Books and Stories To Read With Your Child–And All The Best Times To Read Them (Penguin Avery), and Core Ready, a 14-book series focusing on the Common Core Learning Standards (Pearson). _______ is widely known as a motivational speaker advocating for reading and writing as human rights that belong to all people. Her personal quest to bring literacy to every child stems from a deeper desire to bring dignity to every child, and to empower children to read and write powerfully, effectively and with passion in ways that will change their worlds and the worlds of others. Her work has been featured on Good Morning America, The Today Show, Oprah Radio, The Huffington Post, CNN International, and in The New York Times. _______ is the Global Ambassador for Scholastic's "Read Every Day. Lead a Better Life." Campaign. She is also a spokesperson for BIC Kids, championing BIC's 2014 "Fight For Your Write" campaign.
List of schools attended by _______:
- "Columbia University"
- "Amherst College"