I’m Josie Moretti
Josie earned a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of NC at Chapel Hill, and a Masters in Organizational Development. She completed Special Education Advocacy training through The Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA), and worked with the Augustine Literacy Project, providing literacy interventions for students in Title 1 schools and coaching future tutors.
She holds the distinguished certification of Structured Literacy Dyslexia Specialist from the Center for Effective Reading. Josie has worked with numerous non-profit organizations, lending her experience in organizational development with her specialized training in learning disabilities to train and mentor teachers and other professionals.
Josie has volunteered with the Council for Children’s Rights, working with children in foster care to advocate for their special education needs, as well as helping children and families in the public school system obtain the best possible educational outcomes, ensuring that all possible barriers to learning are addressed.
At Literacy Imagined, Josie leads a group of Dyslexia Therapists, providing research based interventions to students, guiding children and their families in a multifaceted program that offers therapeutic, effective remediation of reading, spelling, writing, and math.