Elizabeth Gordon holds a Master's degree in psychology and has worked with special needs children, adolescents and families for over twenty years. Liz has worked with youth and families in the juvenile justice system and has extensive experience in program development. She has presented at local and regional conferences on a variety of issues affecting children. As an educational consultant Liz spends over 25% of her time visiting schools and programs nation wide. She is a member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA) as well as many youth advocacy organizations.
James Gordon holds a two Master's degrees. An MAT in Curriculum, Instruction, and Leadership and an MBA in Marketing and Management. Jim has over 15 years of professional experience working with children and teens as a classroom teacher and middle school administrator. He has worked closely with the court's early intervention programs and with families to help prevent truancy and incorrigibility. Jim has a deep understanding and training in working with students with AD/HD, learning differences and emotional issues. Jim is a member of Michigan Educational Association as well as other educational advocacy groups.