As part of our work to support parents and children with dyslexia during the school closures, join us on Wednesday 15th April at 7.30-8.30pm for a live Q&A panel session with our Ambassadors Mollie King (singer and BBC Radio 1 presenter), Lee Byrne (former Welsh rugby international) and Adelle Tracey (Team GB athlete).
Dyslexia can often feel like a barrier to achieving your full potential, but our Ambassadors are proof that dyslexia and success go hand in hand.
During the webinar session you will:
- Hear how they overcame the challenges that dyslexia brought at school to reaching the top of their game.
- Have the chance to ask each of them questions.
We hope you can join us for what will be an inspiring, insightful and enjoyable evening.
About Mollie King
Mollie was diagnosed with dyslexia at ten years old. She has gone on to be part of The Saturdays and today presents on BBC Radio 1. Mollie has been a long-time champion for dyslexia and regularly supports the work of the British Dyslexia Association.
About Lee Byrne
Lee, who was diagnosed with dyslexia as an adult, played professional rugby for Wales for over two decades and achieved 46 caps for his country as well as touring with the British and Irish Lions. Since retiring from professional rugby five years ago, Lee has launched a successful construction firm, applying his skills in the business arena.
About Adelle Tracey
Adelle, who was diagnosed with dyslexia at school, has represented Great Britain at different age levels for more than a decade, and finished 4th in the 800m final at the 2018 European Championships and is a past British 800m indoor champion.