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Ingrid Reynoso

Chief Administrative Officer

Ingrid Reynoso is the Chief Administrative Officer for the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD). Ingrid leads internal operations including finance, legal, human resources and administrative functions to support the organization and its employees in achieving NCLD’s mission.

Ingrid began working to support and educate children over 20 years ago. Her work in education includes directing and teaching in community-based youth programs and providing financial, legal, human resources and operational support to organizations in the fields of public and private school management, education reform and arts-based education. Ingrid previously served as the Chief Operating Officer of 50CAN, creating the organization’s foundational financial, legal, human resources and operational systems, and most recently served as the Chief Operating Officer of Urban Arts Partnership.

Ingrid holds an A.B. from Harvard College and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. She most enjoys spending time with her superheroes/children.

From the policy blog

Experts Weigh In: Lessons on Self-Advocacy & Personalized Learning

Written by NCLD Policy Team | 1 week ago

For the past year, we have been exploring how self-advocacy skills and self-determination play a role in personalized learning.  Self-advocacy skills allow students to advocate and communicate their rights and needs. Having self-advocacy skills is one thing that can lead to self-determination: an individual being empowered to actively make choices about their education and their … Continue reading Experts Weigh In: Lessons on Self-Advocacy & Personalized Learning

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