Jennifer Ford Knopf knew her son Reed was curious and bright. But she also knew he wasn’t thriving in school as she’d expected.
The answer why came four years ago with a dyslexia diagnosis. That diagnosis fueled the Orlando mother and practicing attorney’s passion to help her son, a passion that mushroomed into a mission to help other kids with dyslexia to thrive. That became the REED Charitable Foundation, a labor of love that seeks to equip educators around the world with the tools to ensure reading is fundamental for all.