As of September 1, I will contribute 5% of my net practice income to Challenge Success (challengesuccess.org).  I'm proud to be a Board member of Challenge Success and I'm pleased to help support the mission to help schools, parents, and kids redefine what it means to be successful.  

 

"At Challenge Success, we believe that our society has become too focused on grades, test scores, and performance, leaving little time for kids to develop the necessary skills to become resilient, ethical, and motivated learners. We provide families and schools with the practical, research-based tools they need to create a more balanced and academically fulfilling life for kids. After all, success is measured over the course of a lifetime, not at the end of a semester."