2019 Speakers

Kim Wright

Kim Wright is a lifelong learner, mother of three, and teacher of many. Before becoming a homeschool mom, Kim attended Texas A&M University, where she earned her degree in Elementary Education with an emphasis in reading education. When her oldest daughter struggled to learn how to read, Kim discovered the Logic of English and it revolutionized the way she taught reading. She is passionate about language, literacy, and learning, and over the past several years she has been very active in the homeschooling community.

Ryan Weston

Ryan is the Director of Highlands Latin Cottage Schools in Louisville Kentucky. He works with individuals to establish and grow Cottage School programs in their area. Ryan holds a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration and is currently pursuing a Masters of Divinity at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Nikky, homeschool their six children in Louisville.

Seth Hunter

Seth is the founder of Curriculum That Matters and has mastered the art of teaching subjects in a way that is both real and meaningful. With degrees in Engineering, Business Administration, and Education, he brings a unique mix of experiences and insight that can us better prepare our young people be successful. As a parent of 8 children, his passion is to answer the question “When will I ever need this in real life?” Come prepared to be educated, to be entertained, and to learn how to think “outside of the box” of traditional education.

Grace Dyson

Grace Dyson is the founder of Life Design Careers, Inc. Life Design Careers is a career development company committed to helping people uncover and move with intention toward desired career goals. She is a Career Direct Consultant and a career speaker, author, and trainer for colleges, youth groups, and corporations. Grace has a BA in (Television) Broadcast Production from Howard University and an MBA from Georgia State University. She holds the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) designation from the International Coach Federation (ICF). She began her working career at CNN (Cable News Network) in Atlanta and worked for Turner Broadcasting for over 30 years before launching Life Design Careers. Grace is the author of “Lifebook! Picks Up Where the Baby Book Leaves Off”, a life purpose planner for parents and students. She recently launched a new podcast called: “Parent as Career Coach.” As a full-time coach, Grace’s greatest joy is to help young people and families uncover and reach their God-given purpose.

Freya Fitzpatrick

Freya’s philosophy of teaching: • Learning is fun. Her approach to teaching – and to encouraging parent teachers – generates a feeling of anticipation, excitement and pleasure in learning. • Accommodating students’ learning styles contributes to success. Often what we call learning problems are a mismatch of student and teacher/curriculum styles. Students achieve maximum success when parents/teachers understand and support students’ learning styles to facilitate learning. • Success breeds success. Learning for life cannot begin until we believe we can learn. Once students believe in themselves – believe they can learn – they’re able to learn better. • All our senses help us learn. We have five senses. Each has its own unique pathway to our brain. The more of our senses we engage in each lesson, the quicker we learn and the more firmly the information takes root in our brain.


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