Natasha Gray, Director of the Spark Learning, is an Education Consultant who specializes in Learning Disabilities (LD). Her professional development and training have focused on Learning Disabilities and Special Education as well as Making Thinking Visible® and the Orton-Gillingham Multi-Sensory Approach. In addition to this, she has been a registered member of the British Psychological Society for over 5 years.
Spark Learning provides services in Psycho-Educational Assessments to children and adults as well as educational consulting and training to schools, teachers, institutions and parents in Florida, Barbados, Jamaica, St. Vincent, Antigua and Trinidad and Tobago. With more than 19 years of experience, Natasha has diagnosed and worked with children with learning disabilities both in the U.S. and regionally as the Regional Support Manager.
Natasha has also worked on community boards and organizations in assisting with the development of their strategic plans and has supported schools, teachers and parents with workshops and presentations on ‘Identifying and Understanding Children with LD’. Natasha advocates for children with educational and social–emotional needs, particularly those with learning disabilities and most recently, has served as a Consultant, project leader and facilitator on development projects with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) focusing on primary, secondary and post-secondary life skills, literacy an numeracy including the A Ganar Alliance, Skills for the Future Program and the Hibiscus Literacy Program in Barbados. Most recently, Natasha has written the Life Skills Guide and entry tests for tertiary institutions in Barbados