NCFL welcomes Learning Heroes for webinar on navigating complex systems for families of children with learning differences

Join NCFL on Thursday, July 27 at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on the parent journey for families of children with learning differences. 

We are excited to welcome Learning Heroes as they share new national research findings from parents and guardians with children who learn differently. The interactive webinar will feature Pam Loeb, a principal researcher and co-founder of Edge Research, and Howard Winchester, Senior Communications Manager for Learning Heroes. The Parent Journey: Helping Crack the Code for Families of Children With Learning Differences will explore insights from the research and dive into how some parents have navigated complex systems and processes on behalf of their children. Learning Heroes will also highlight a new Playbook to help make the research actionable.

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Howard Winchester-Howard
Senior Communications Manager
Learning Heroes

Howard Winchester-Howard has a vested interest and focus in digital and social media development, with a variety of prior experience in communications and public relations. Prior to Learning Heroes, he served as a Senior Communications Associate at NASTAD and uses his out-of-the-box and creative thinking to help inform and engage different audiences. Howard received his B.A. in Public Relations, Media Sales, and Advertising, from Morgan State University and graduated with his M.S. in Communication Studies at Stevenson University.

Pam Loeb
Principal Researcher & Co-Founder
Edge Research

As a Principal at Edge Research, Pam works regularly with marquee brands to design studies and provide insights that drive their business. While Pam enjoys working with corporations and nonprofits on their branding, messaging, advertising, and new product development, she is particularly interested in issues related to K-12 and higher education and co-leads the Education practice at Edge. She regularly consults for Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, CCSSO, Communities In Schools, Learning Heroes, Pearson, NASBE, National PTA, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Savvas, and the Wallace Foundation, as well as numerous independent schools, colleges, and universities. Pam is also passionate about education in her volunteer work. She was a Trustee to the board of Friends School of Baltimore and a member of the board of Art with a Heart–an organization which brings interactive visual arts classes into schools, community centers, shelters, hospitals, and senior housing facilities. Prior to joining Edge, Pam was Vice President and Executive Director of The Mellman Group. Pam graduated magna cum laude from Bowdoin College with dual degrees in History and Government. An expert in nonprofit donor development, she has authored several studies on charitable donors, which have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Nonprofit Times, Forbes and USA Today.