Dr. Liz (Crawford) Brooke has been working in the education sector for 30 years. She is currently the Chief Learning Officer for Lexia Learning, a Cambium Learning company, where she is responsible for setting the educational vision for the company, including the Adaptive Blended Learning (ABL) strategy strategy that is the foundation for Lexia’s products and services. She also leads the company’s research department partnering with leading researchers in the field. Lexia’s products have one of the most robust libraries of research studies. Dr. Brooke also hosts Lexia’s podcast, All for Literacy. Prior to joining Lexia, she worked as the Director of Interventions at the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR). She also served as a speech-language pathologist at Massachusetts General Hospital and in the public-school system. Dr. Brooke began her career in the classroom as a first-grade teacher.She earned her bachelor's degree in Child Study from Tufts University and a master's degree in Communication Sciences & Disorders at Massachusetts General Hospital-Institute of Health Professions. Focusing her studies on the connection between oral and written language, she then earned her doctorate degree in Communication Disorders at Florida State University. Liz has been published in several scholarly journals and books.Liz shares Lexia’s vision of a world where reading is a reality for everyone and it continues to be the driving force behind all of her work.