Lynn Kuhn, M.A., CCC-SLP, has spent her professional career committed to student achievement through high quality instruction. Lynn believes the classroom teacher is paramount to the success of the students in their classrooms. Lynn is a speech-language pathologist, special and general educator, diagnostician, literacy and dyslexia specialist, coach and facilitator supporting early childhood through secondary educators. Lynn’s areas of strength include oral and written language development, literacy, assessment data and analysis for results-based implementation plans, MTSS processes and differentiation. Lynn has worked in K-12 public school settings with general education and language-learning disability students. Lynn’s partnerships provide her with the ability to participate in strategic educational discussions. Lynn was the professional development coordinator for the Colorado Reading First Program and an Early Reading First consultant. She supported the development and implementation of Statewide Literacy Initiatives: The Multisensory Structured Language-Literacy Cadre and the Rural Secondary Literacy Project. She was an active member on the PK-20 initiative, writing team for the state literacy plan and the Commissioner of Education’s Literacy Work Group. Lynn is the President of the Rocky Mountain Branch of the International Dyslexia Association. Lynn believes literacy rates in our nation are a moral and social justice issue we have the ability to change.