LORI JACKSON, MS, CAGS, LSP
Lori is an educational psychologist who has been working with students with Complex Global Disabilities (CGD) and their families for over 15 years. She believes that all children have the capacity to succeed in school and the right to a quality education. Lori has seen the transformation that is possible when students and educators are given the right tools to overcome their social emotional disabilities and she is passionate about helping more educators experience these breakthroughs. She believes that parents and families need to be involved in the educational process because learning does not happen in a vacuum at school.
Lori holds a B.S. in International Business, Marketing and Finance, an M.S. in Applied Education Psychology, and a CAGS in Applied Educational Psychology all from Northeastern University.
When she’s not brainstorming app features or strategizing new teaching techniques, you can find Lori working in her garden or cooking up delicious creations in the kitchen for her family. She also is an avid sports fan. GO BRUINS! Lori lives in Massachusetts with her husband, her twin daughters and their Labrador retriever named “Blū“.