Adam Meyersieck is a Specialist Leader of Education and learns, serves and works alongside teachers, school leaders, parents and teaching support staff to make a difference in the education of students with dyslexia, literacy and learning difficulties.
Adam is a school governor, leader (NPQSL) and music teacher at Gosden House School in Bramley (Surrey, UK) and helps lead the Surrey Inclusion Outreach Service, a specialist teaching service which supports, trains and equips teachers in Southeast England.
Adam has worked in schools, universities and charities in the United States, Europe, Australia, and West Africa and has developed and delivered training and support to thousands of students, parents and professionals around the world.
Born and raised in a small farming community in Michigan's "Thumb" in the USA, Adam played multiple sports, learnt guitar and had a short-lived high school drama career.
Adam has a Master's Degree in Specific Learning Difficulties- Dyslexia (University of London/UCL) and a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary and Special Education- Emotional Impairments, ages 5-26 (Central Michigan University, USA). He is a member of The Dyslexia Guild, and the Council for Exceptional Children and an Associate Member of the British Dyslexia Association (AMBDA).