Previous Speaking Engagements

The following is an abbreviated list of conferences/seminars where Sandra has been a featured speaker:



  • Keynote presenter for Southern California Tri-Counties Branch of International Dyslexia Association’s Annual Conference (March 2, Riverside, CA)
  • Presenter at California Teachers Association Good Teaching Conference   (March 23, Los Angeles, CA)


  • Keynote presenter/full-day speaker at New Mexico Association of Elementary School Principals Annual Conference (October 28, Albuquerque, N.M.)
  • 3 workshops/presentations for Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District: “Managing the Challenge of AD/HD in the Classroom” (K-5) and    (6-12), and parent session: “ADHD: Strengthening Your Child’s Behavioral and Academic Success” (August 22, Hoopa, CA)
  • Presenter at California Teachers Association Good Teaching Conference(March 18-20, Orange County, CA)
  • Workshop sponsored by Office of the State Superintendent of Educationon ADHD Strategies, Supports, & Interventions (Washington DC, March 10)
  • 1-day workshop for educators and parents of children with ADHDsponsored by ADD Resources and ADD Center of Bellevue (Tacoma, WA, February 6)
  • 1-day workshop on Differentiating Instruction for Diverse Learners, Glenwood Elementary Institute Day (February 9, Waukegan, IL)
  • Presenter at California Teachers Association Good Teaching Conference– sessions on ADHD: Management Strategies & Behavioral Interventions, and Differentiating Instruction to Reach & Teach Diverse Learners (March 13 & 14, Los Angeles)
  • Featured speaker at National Catholic Educators Association (NCEA) Convention.  (Minneapolis, April 6th)
  • Presentation on strategies for improving the academic and behavioral success of high school students with ADHD & Learning Disabilities at Holy Angels Academy (Minneapolis, April 7th)
  • Keynote speaker for University of San Diego conference on Response to Intervention:  Practical Strategies & Tools for Struggling Readers, Students, with Dyslexia, and Other Learning Disabilities, sponsored by Johnson Family Foundation ( April 24, San Diego)
  • Workshop on Managing ADHD in Middle School and High School, San Diego Unified School District (April 28, San Diego, CA.)
  • Workshop on “Practical & Powerful Strategies for Managing AD/HD in and Out of the Classroom“, sponsored by Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters (CHKD) and Kohl’s Cares for Kids   (Norfolk, VA, May 6)
  • Parent evening workshop sponsored by Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters (CHKD) and Kohl’s Cares for Kids on: ADD/ADHD: Strengthening Your Child’s Behavioral & Academic Success  (Virginia Beach, VA May 6)
  • Featured speaker at Pepperdine University Summer Institute: Open Hearts, Open Minds: Serving Students with Special Needs in Private & Parochial Schools.  (Malibu, CA, July 29th)
  • Keynote presenter/full-day workshop on ADHD & LD for Wyoming Paraeducators’ (WYPEC’s) 7th Annual Conference (Casper, WY, August 3)
  • Keynote speaker for the Michael Golds Memorial AD/HD Conference at Oakland Community College  (Farmington Hills, MI, September 24)
  • 1-day ADHD workshop for educators at Portland State University,sponsored by ADD Resources (November 6, Portland, OR)
  • CHADD guest “Ask the Expert” online 90 minute Q & A – focus topic “Tricks & Treats of Teaching Techniques” and school issues/supports for students with ADHD (October 20, )
  • 3 workshops/presentations in Beijing (for parents, community counseling networks, and teachers) sponsored by Beijing BISS International School (November 17, Beijing, China)
  • 1-day seminar on “Managing ADHD: Instructional and Behavioral Strategies, Supports & Interventions” sponsored by Bridging Talents of Singapore (November 26, Singapore)
  • Workshop on ADHD for San Diego City Schools sponsored by Project for Attention Related Disorders (January 28, San Diego, CA.)
  • Keynote/featured speaker for ADHD/Learning Disabilities Conference in Israel, sponsored by Israeli Coaching Association, Nitzan, and Amatzia Publishing ( May 23-24, Tel Aviv, Israel)
  • Parent workshop sponsored by Nitzan – National Association for the Advancement of Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities (May 25, Tel Aviv, Israel)
  • 1-day workshop on Structural Supports & Behavioral Interventions for Managing ADHD, Glenwood Elementary Institute Day (September 29, Waukegan, IL)
  • 3-part series of seminars on ADHD/LD for Inside the Schools (October 14-15, Madison, WI)
  • Keynoter for Anita Naftaly Family Circle Conference, sponsored by Jewish Federation (November 8, Detroit, MI)
  • Tackling ADD/ADHD! Sure-Fire Classroom Strategies (1-day seminars sponsored by Staff Development Resources):
    – Cleveland, OH           (01/17)
    – Cincinnati, OH           (01/18)
  • Roosevelt Union Free School District training/consulting (January 29-31,Roosevelt, N.Y.)
  • 1-day workshop on Reaching & Teaching Students with ADHD for Eisenhower Cooperative (February 5, Oak Lawn, IL)
  • 1-day workshop/training on “Balanced literacy and Differentiated Instruction” and 1 day training on “Interventions & Supports for At-Risk Students” for Middleton-Cross Plains Area Schools (February 29 and March 1st,  Middleton, WI)
  • California Teaching Assoc. Good Teaching Conference sessions on differentiated instruction and preventing and managing behavior problems in the classroom (March 7-8, Irvine, CA)
  • 1-day seminar on ADHD sponsored by California Elementary Education Association (March 12, Anaheim, CA)
  • Featured speaker on Differentiating Instruction for Students with Learning, Attention, & Behavioral Challenges sponsored by the American School ofGuatemala (Guatemala City, April 1)
  • ADHD & LD: How to Help Your Child Succeed in School (Guatemela City, April 1)
  • Tackling ADD/ADHD! Sure-Fire Classroom Strategies
    (1-day seminars sponsored by Staff Development Resources):
    – Cherry Hill, NJ           (05/13)
    – Newark, NJ               (05/14)
  • Workshop on ADHD for San Diego City Schools (May 15, San Diego, CA)
  • Keynote speaker for Archdiocese of Louisville PD Summer Institute (June 18,Louisville, KY)
  • Keynote speaker at Samford Summer Institute for Teaching Excellence (June 25, Birmingham, AL)
  • Keynote speaker at ADHD Association Conference (September 25-27,Reykjavik, Iceland)
  • Presented session on writing strategies and “Ask the Expert” panel at CHADD 20th International Conference (November 14-15, Anaheim, CA)
  • Sandra’s seminars for Staff Development Resources (SDR) and CaliforniaElementary Education Association (CEEA) on “Tackling ADD/ADHD! Sure-Fire Classroom Strategies”
    – Indianapolis, IN (January 18)
    – Chicago, IL (January 19)
  • Monterey County SELPA seminar on Reaching & Teaching Students with AD/HD & LD, February 28, (Monterey, CA)
  • California Teaching Assoc. Good Teaching Conference, March 9-10th  (Irvine, CA)
  • 34th Annual Conference on Dyslexia and Related Learning Disorders, March 13 (Manhattan, NY)
  • Tackling ADD/ADHD seminars for SDR:– Houston, TX (March 29,)
    – Dallas, TX (March 30)
  • Tackling ADD/ADHD seminars for California Elementary Education Association:– So. San Francisco (May 2, )
    – Fresno, CA (May 3)
    – Long Beach, CA (May 8)
    – Pomona, CA (May 9)
  • San Diego City Schools – workshop on ADHD, April 26 (San Diego, CA)
  • Featured speaker on Differentiating Instruction, July 9-10,  New Jersey Department of Education’s Summer Literacy Institute for Administrators (Long Branch, NJ)
  • Tackling ADD/ADHD! Sure-Fire Classroom Strategies (1-day seminars sponsored by Staff Development Resources)
    – Newark, NY (July 11)
    – Rochester, NY (July 12)
    – McLean, VA (July 18)
    – Philadelphia, PA (July 19)
  • 1-day workshop on Reaching & Teaching Diverse Learners (August 1, 2007,San Marcos, CA)
  • 1-day workshop on Reaching & Teaching Students with ADHD & LD (August 14, Bethel Public Schools, Washington)
  • 1-day workshop on Reaching & Teaching Students with ADHD & LD (August 23, Emerson School District, Burbank, CA)
  • International: 2-day training on Reaching & Teaching Students with ADHD(September 27-28, Stockholm, Sweden)
  • Tackling ADD/ADHD! Sure-Fire Classroom Strategies (1-day seminars sponsored by Staff Development Resources– Chicago, IL (October 18)
    – St. Louis, MO (October 19)
  • Keynote speaker and presenter on Managing Students with ADHD for New Jersey Association of Jewish Day Schools, November 6, Livingston, NJ)
  • Administrators’ workshop on Differentiated Instruction (November 5,Union City, New Jersey)
  • International: Featured speaker at Adana Foundation International Conference on ADHD (November 17, Barcelona, Spain)
  • Tackling ADD/ADHD! Sure-Fire Classroom Strategies (1-day seminars sponsored by Staff Development Resources):
    – Baltimore, MD (December 4)
    – Boston, MA (December 5)
  • Roosevelt Union Free School District instructional/behavioral strategy training and district consulting, January 24-26 (Roosevelt, New York)
  • Roosevelt Union Free School District parent training/workshop, January 25,  (Roosevelt,  NY)
  • Turnaround for Children training and consulting at PS32, PS42, and PS132, January 30-February 1,  (Bronx, NY)
  • Featured speaker at California Association of Resource Specialists + Annual Convention, Feb. 17-18,  ( Los Angeles, CA)
  • Seminars for California Elementary Education Association (CEEA) on “Tackling ADD/ADHD! Surefire Classroom Strategies (K-8)  

–         Sacramento, CA, San Francisco, CA (March 2-3)

–         Anaheim, CA, Ontario, CA (March 23-24)

  • Featured speaker at California Teacher Association (CTA) Good Teaching Conference at the Renaissance Hotel, March 10, 2006   (Hollywood, CA)
  • Seminars for Staff Development Resources on “Tackling ADD/ADHD! Surefire Classroom Strategies (K-8)

–          Milwaukee, WI; Chicago, IL (April 6-7 )

  • Roosevelt Union Free School District training/consulting, April 25-26,  (Roosevelt,  NY)
  • Turnaround for Children training and consulting at PS132, MS339, PS42, PS32,  MS390, April 27-29, (Bronx, NY)
  • Teacher workshop/training on ADHD for San Marcos Unified School District,   August 4,   (San Marcos, CA)
  •  Featured speaker at the Summer Literacy Conference – The New Jersey Department of Education Fourth Annual Literacy Conference, Aug. 8, (Atlantic City, NJ)
  • Teacher workshop/training for Edison School District, Aug. 15, (Bakersfield, CA)
  • Teacher workshop/training for Lawndale School District, Aug. 25, (Lawndale, CA)
  • Turnaround for Children Summer Institute Training, August 28-31, (New York City)
  • Featured speaker at South African Association of Learning and Educational Difficulties (SAALED) national conference on “Reading for All”, September 27-29, . (Nelspruit, South Africa)
  • Featured speaker at Fifteenth Arizona Annual AD/HD Update Conference sponsored by Melmed Center, October 5,  (Scottsdale, AZ)
  • Speaker/trainer for Richland Two School District, October 13,  (Columbia, South Carolina)
  • Featured speaker at the  18th Annual CHADD International Conference on topic of strategies and interventions for struggling and reluctant readers/writers, October 26-28,  (Chicago, IL)
  • Turnaround for Children training and consulting at PS132 & PS 23o, December 14-15,  (Bronx  & Washington Heights, NYC)
  • Roosevelt Union Free School District training/consulting, December 15,  (Roosevelt,  NY)
  • San Diego City Schools and Project for Attention Related Disorders workshop, January 6, (San Diego, California)
  • Inclusion Works Conference, The Arc of Texas, Feb.  9-12, 2005  (Renaissance Hotel, Austin Texas)
  • Training on inclusive and differentiated strategies,  West Aurora School District  February 24-25,  (Aurora , Illinois)
  • California Teacher Association (CTA) Good Teaching Conference at the Renaissance Hotel, March 11-12,    (Hollywood, CA)
  • Turnaround for Children middle school workshop at MS 339  March 15-16, (Bronx, NY)
  • Washington Heights, PS 115 instructional and behavioral training, March 17,  (NYC)
  • Lehman College featured speaker on “Differentiating Instruction to Address the Needs of  Diverse Learners”, March 16,  (Bronx, NY)
  • Roosevelt Union Free School District Instructional Support Team training, March 17, (Massapequa Park, Long Island)
  • Roosevelt Union Free School District parent training/workshop, March 17,  (Roosevelt,  NY)
  • Council for Exceptional Children 2- day workshop, April 28-29,   (Casper, WY)
  • Turnaround for Children workshops at MS 145 & PS 9  May 16-17, 2005(Bronx, NY)
  • Roosevelt Union Free School District consulting and training, May 18-20,   (Roosevelt,  NY)
  • Pittsburgh Public Schools Summer Institute, June 23, 2005 (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • 1-day seminar “How to Reach & Teach Students with ADHD/LD”, June 30,  (San Diego, CA)
  •  Featured speaker at the Summer Literacy Conference in  Atlantic City, New Jersey (August 9-11,).  The New Jersey Department of Education Third Annual Literacy Conference, “Maximizing Achievement Across the Curriculum”
  •  Featured speaker at The T.E.A.M. Approach to ADHD 1-day conferences in the following cities:

o        Hilton Atlanta, GA.  (September 10, )

o        Renaissance Washington DC. (September 24, )

o        Wyndham Anatole Hotel, Dallas TX. (October 1, )

o        Hilton America’s, Houston TX. (October 8, )

o        Sheraton Boston, MA. (October 22, 2005)

o        Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, Chicago, IL.   (October 29, )

o        Philadelphia, PA. (November 5, )

o        San Francisco, CA. (November 19, )

  • Keynote speaker and presenter for Life Management Center, 10th Annual Southeastern ADHD Conference, Oct. 11,   (Charleston, SC)
  • ADHD: Strategies for School Success (k-8) One day workshop for The Council of Special Services, Sept. 24,  (St. John’s, Newfoundland Canada)
  • Keynote speaker and presenter for the Learning Disabilities Association ofOklahoma state annual conference, November 7-8,  (Tulsa, OK)
  • One Day Workshop at the San Diego Jewish Academy, Dec. 1, (San Diego, CA)
  • One Day Workshop for Elementary School Staff at NYC Region 10 – P.S. 115
    (Washington Heights, NYC)
  • Instructional Support Team Training for Region 1, LIS network
    (Fordham University, Bronx, New York)
  • One Day Workshop for Middle School Staff at CIS 339/313
    (Bronx, New York)
  • Region I – Instructional Support Team training
    (New York City, NY)
  • L.A. Unified School District – Reaching & Teaching Students with ADHD & LD
    (Los Angeles, CA)
  • How to Help Your Child Succeed in School  parent workshop
    (Farmington, UT)
  • Davis School District AD/HD Educators’ Training
    (Farmington, UT)
  • Reaching & Teaching Children with AD/HD – July
    (Tel Aviv, Israel)
  • 1st International ADHD Conference – October
    (Manila, Philippines)
  • Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV Training Seminars “Reaching & Teaching Students with AD/HD”
    (Grove City, PA)
  • Pitt County Schools – Reaching & Teaching Students with AD/HD (teacher training workshop) How to Help Your Child Succeed in School (parent training)
    (Greenville, NC)
  • Guadalupe Union School District “Reaching & Teaching Students with AD/HD” How to Help Your Child Succeed in School (parent training) (Guadalupe, CA)
  • Roosevelt Union School District   – teacher seminar
    (Roosevelt, NY)
  • Allegheny Valley Institute for the Development of Learning – seminar for educators and parents
    (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • 2-days of seminars on Reaching & Teaching Children with ADHD – sponsored by OUHSC Child Study Center in collaboration with University Center for Excellence, Oklahoma Dept. of Education, and Center for Disease Control & Prevention
    (Oklahoma City, OK)
  • 1 day seminar for educators and parents/guardians sponsored by Foster & Kinship Care Education
    (Redding, CA)
  • Two Pre-conference Institutes at CHADD’s 16th Annual International Conference in Nashville, TN  (Oct. 2004)  and one other breakout session on topics:
    Proactive Strategies for Preventing & Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom
    AD/HD: Is it a School or Medical Problem? Communication Between Physicians and Schools (co-presented with Mark Wolraich, M.D. and Marc Atkins, Ph.D.) 
    Instructional Strategies & Accommodations to Motivate and Boost Academic Performance of Students with AD/HD
  • Keynote speaker and workshop presenter at Iowa State LDA Conference in Des Moines, IA (October ) on topics:
     Differentiated Instructional Practices for Students with LD and/or ADHD
    Strategies and Interventions for Preventing and Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom
  • Featured plenary speaker at 1st International Conference on ADHD (October )
    (Manila, Philippines)
  • Presenter at ADHD Educational Campaign – McNeil Conference
    (Atlanta, GA)
  • Teacher training at John Muir Alternative School
    (San Diego, CA)
  • Keynote presenter: ADHD in the Classroom: Empowering Educators & Students – Kaiser Permanente of Northern California & ADHD Best Practices Committee Conference 
    (Berkeley, CA)
  • Presenter at Northwest CHADD Conference
    (Seattle, WA)
  • ADHD Protocol Training: Community School District 10
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Workshop on Reaching and Teaching Students with AD/HD at LehmanCollege
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Workshop/training at ADHD 12th Annual ADHD Update Conference
    (Phoenix, AZ)
  • Speaker / trainer at Saint John’s Child & Family Development Center
    (Santa Monica, CA)
  • Speaker / trainer for Northeast Service Cooperative ADHD Summer Institute
    (Minneapolis, MN)
  • Summer Institute Training for PS132 and PS153
    (New York, NY)
  • Professional development 1-day workshop for Chicago Public Schools
    (Chicago, IL)
  • Presenter at Chicago Public School All-City Conference on “Helping All Students Achieve Through Differentiated Instruction”
    (Chicago, IL)
  • Presenter at Preconference Institute, CHADD’s 15th Annual International

    (Denver, CO)
  • Presented 1-day seminar/training on ADHD Strategies for Success
    (Toronto, Canada)
  • Featured speaker at the 3rd International Conference on ADHD
    (Curitiba, Brazil)
  • Workshop / Training at American School of Barcelona
    (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Faculty member / presenter at NICHQ – Learning Session II on Improving Care of Children with ADHD
    (Durham, NC)
  • Faculty member / presenter at NICHQ – Learning Session III on Improving Care of Children with ADHD
    (Durham, NC)
  • Professional development workshop for Cooperative Council for Oklahoma
    School Administration

    (Oklahoma City, OK)
  • Workshop / Training for McFarland Unified & Tulare County School Districts
    (Visalia, CA)
  • 2-day Workshop / Training for Region IV Educational Service Center
    (Houston, TX)
  • Presenter at NICHQ’s 1st International Summit on Improving Care for Children with ADHD 
    (Orlando, FL)
  • Workshops / Training for Los Altos School District and Palo Altos School

    (Palo Alto, CA)
  • Pre-conference Institute and Presenter at CHADD’s 14th Annual International

    (Miami Beach, FL)
  • Training / Workshop on Strategies and Interventions in Early Childhood – CES 170, Community School District 9
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Training / Consulting for Community School District Ten
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Community School District Ten ­ Instructional Support Team Trainings
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Community School District Nine ­ Strategies for Making Inclusion Work
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Workshop for the Schwab Foundation for Learning & Resource Collection for Learning Differences
    (San Francisco, CA)
  • 10th Annual Arizona AD/HD Conference
    (Phoenix, AZ)
  • Community School District Ten – consultation and trainings
    (Bronx, NY)
  • BER  (Bureau of Education & Research) Seminars
    (Fresno, CA, Sacramento, CA, Anaheim, CA)
  • Community School District Ten – consultation & trainings
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Community School District 8 Special Education Annual Conference
    (Tarrytown, NY)
  • Community School District 20 trainings on: Adapting & Modifying the Learning Environment & Collaborative Teaching Strategies
    (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Chesapeake Bay Summer Institute – Managing Kids At-Risk
    (Virginia Beach, VA)
  • Community School District 20 Summer Institute – Creating Inclusive Classrooms
    (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Participant / faculty member of AD/HD Clinical Roundtable
    (Newport Beach, CA)
  • Featured speaker at the 2nd Annual International Conference on ADHD
    (Sao Paolo, Brazil)
  • Community School District Ten ­ consultation and workshops / trainings
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Workshop ­ Reaching & Teaching Children with AD/HD
    (Sacramento, CA)
  • Parent Workshop ­ Helping Your AD/HD Child Succeed in School
    (Bakersfield, CA)
  • Teacher Workshop ­ Reaching & Teaching Students with AD/HD
    (Bakersfield, CA)
  • Presenter at CHADD¹s 13th Annual International Conference
    (Anaheim, CA)
  • Featured teleconference presenter on ADHD: The Proactive Approach – Positive Behavioral Strategies, Supports & Interventions
    (Atlanta, GA)
  • Community School District Ten ­ consultation, trainings / workshops on strategies for reaching and teaching at-risk students; an effective and proactive IST process
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Featured speaker at Community School District Nine – LRE Conference – “An
    Inclusive District Working and Learning Together”

    (Bronx, NY)
  • Featured speaker at Central Islip Union Free School District – “Making Us
    One” Conference

    (Huntington Station, NY)
  • Northwest Ohio Special Education Regional Resource Center
    (Perrysburg, OH)
  • Oceanside School District
    (Oceanside, CA)
  • Bureau of Education & Research seminars
    (Raleigh, NC; Cleveland, OH; Long Island, NY)
  • Conference for West Nyack BOCES-SETRC
    (Rockland County, New York)
  • Community School District 8 LRE Conference for School Leadership Teams
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Community School District 10 – Staff Developer Conference
    (Fordham University, Bronx, NY)
  • Community School District 9 Parents Day Conference
    (Lehman College, Bronx, NY)
  • Community School District 9 Conference on LRE – Restructuring Schools & Creating an Inclusive Environment
    (Tarrytown, NY)
  • BER Seminars
    (Sioux Falls, Omaha, Albuquerque, Phoenix)
  • Community School District 8 LRE Conference – The Power to Create A Win-Win Classroom for All Students
    (Westchester, NY)
  • Community School District Ten – New teacher training
    (Bronx, NY)
  • SAALED First International Conference on ADHD
    (Cape Town University, South Africa)
  • Rockland County BOCES Inclusion Teacher Training
    (West Nyack, NY)
  • BER Seminars (Bureau of Education and Research)
    (Des Moines, Kansas City, St. Louis)
  • Dominican Sisters Inner-City Elementary Schools
    (East Los Angeles, CA)
  • Nanuet and Ramapo School Districts
    (New York)
  • Community School District Ten
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Conference for 21st Century Schools & Rockland BOCES / SETRC
    (W. Nyack, New York)
  • BER Seminars (Bureau of Education & Research)
    (Washington D.C., Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Community School District Ten 
    (Lehman College, Bronx, NY)
  • Expanding Horizons ­ State Conference Keynote Speaker
    (Waterbury, Conn.)
  • Community School District Nine ­ New continuum training II
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Seminario Gradas
    (Medellin, Colombia)
  • Calgary Learning Centre
    (Calgary, Alberta)
  • Elk Island Catholic Schools and N. Alberta’s CEC
    (Edmonton, Alberta)
  • University of Oklahoma College of Education & College of Continuing Education
    (Norman, OK)
  • Community School Districts 10 Principals’ Conference and several workshops
    (Bronx, NY)
  • Community School Districts 9 and 12
    (Bronx, NY)
  • North Coastal Consortium for Special Education
    (Vista, CA)
  • 2nd International Conference on ADHD
    (Tel Aviv, Israel)
  • Parent support group organizations of Israel
    (Ramat Hasharon, Israel)
  • Fundacion DA
    (San Jose, Costa Rica)
  • Institute for Educational Development
    (Salt Lake City, UT; Portland, OR; Nashville, TN; Dallas, TX)
  • Alabama State Dept. of Education Summer Mega Conference
    (Mobile, AL)
  • Wyoming School Psychologist Assn. Summer Conference
    (Jackson Hole, WY)
  • CA Dept. of Education Special Education Fall Conference
    (Sacramento, CA)
  • East Grand Rapids Public Schools
    (Grand Rapids, MI)
  • Archdiocese of Louisville
    (Louisville, KY)
  • Lehigh University ADHD Institute
    (Bethlehem, PA)
  • Clovis Unified School District
    (Fresno County, CA)
  • Los Angeles Assn. of School Psychologists
    (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Visalia Unified School District
    (Visalia, CA)
  • San Mateo Foster City Schools
    (San Mateo, CA)
  • 1st International Conference on ADHD
    (Jerusalem, Israel)
  • Kentucky Dept. of Education Summer Behavioral Institute
    (Louisville, KY)
  • Oakland Summer Professional Development Conference
    (Oakland, MI)
  • Interactive Television Network (ITN) Teleconference (U. of Georgia)
    (Athens, GA)
  • California Assn. of Resource Specialists State Conferences
    (San Francisco, CA)
  • 1st Annual EBSCO Educational Conference
    (Birmingham, AL)
  • The Teacher’s Workshop Summer Institute
    (Virginia Beach, VA)
  • Cooperating School Districts Institute for Inclusive Education [keynote]
    (St. Louis, MO)
  • Region III-Educational Service Center
    (Victoria, TX)
  • Anchorage School District
    (Anchorage, AK)
  • Kings County Office of Education
    (Kings County, CA)
  • CHADD International Conference on ADHD
    (San Antonio, Texas)