Check it out, people. Jennifer's interest in dyslexia is one she had no choice on: after battling with her learning disabilities for years without knowing why she could not do school work like her classmates, she was diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of 15. Her story is a delightful one in spite of this difficulty. At one point, Jennifer says she had to stop letting her dyslexia define her, she had to define her dyslexia. She's a hero and one of the hardest working people I've ever had the pleasure of knowing and chatting with.