Rachelle Johnson is a proud dyslexic with ADHD. She has been in learning disabled spaces all her life and actively involved learning disability outreach and activism since 2014. In her activism work, Rachelle has led and participated in blogs, webinars, panels, speeches, and met with members of government, all with the purpose of advocating for positive change for the LD and greater disabled community. Through her work, she has been able to touch the lives of hundreds of LD individuals. Rachelle is current a developmental psychology Ph.D. student at Florida State University, where she researches reading development and learning disabilities with the Florida Center for Reading Research. The goal of both her research and activism is to create a world where learning disabled people are understood, supported, and reach their potential in life.
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