Jen Grider is an experienced higher education professional with a focus on student success. She has extensive experience in developing individualized academic success plans for students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, CAPD, executive function challenges, ASD, and ADHD. Additionally, Jen has worked with students with other health impairments such as anxiety, depression, POTS, and epilepsy. Jen frequently trains educators on the use of academic success strategies, metacognitive learning, and self-regulated learning. She earned her Bachelor’s in Mathematics from Slippery Rock University and her Master of Education, specializing in teaching and learning theory and student services, from Liberty University.
Tara Craver has twenty years experience helping students and educators seeking to improve learning outcomes. Tara's experience includes carefully evaluating the needs of students and education professionals before tailoring individualized plans to promote success. With a bachelor's degree in Special Education from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and training in the science of teaching and learning, Tara has expertise working with students diagnosed with a wide range of academic, social, and emotional disabilities and disorders. Additionally, Tara has trained educators to effectively use academic coaching strategies, including study, time management/organization, active reading, and writing strategies.