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  • Chef Marco Pierre White
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  • Growing up in Peterborough, England, Danny Boome struggled greatly with math, was known for having a shorter attention span than most, and found reading aloud to be a genuine nightmare.
  • David Flink is the co-founder of the organization Eye to Eye, and has accomplished so much since its inception in 1998
  • Success Story: Dominic O’Brien
    Even with dyslexia, Dominic O’Brien has matched his memory against the greatest memory experts in the world and has come out victorious many times.
  • Emma Jefferies
    Creative thinker Emma Jefferies has caught our attention with her buzzworthy set of videos about living with dyslexia.
  • Jillian Levy
    Many scholars studying dyslexia have gone through extensive schooling to become experts in the field, but for one member of the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), it was her experience that taught her what she knows.
  • Jordan Toma
    27-year-old Jordan Toma has a strong message for those, like himself, with learning disabilities such as dyslexia.
  • Laura Grey is a graduate student at the University of Michigan
    Laura Grey is a graduate student at the University of Michigan’s School of Information, and she has found her niche in learning new languages.
  • Princess Victoria
    Swedish Crown Princess Victoria was bullied because of her struggles with reading and writing. She now speaks up for dyslexic children.
  • Architect Richard Rogers is perhaps best known for designing iconic structures like the Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Millennium Dome and the Maggie’s Centre in London and Terminal 4 Barajas Airport, Madrid.