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Karin S. Bright   MS  CCC- SLP

Executive Function Coach


My professional journey has paved the road to my enthusiastic commitment to executive functioning skill development, helping students and adults build lifelong success!



My Resume 




Bachelors of Science Degree in Elementary Education

Masters Degree in Speech and Language Pathology

Teaching Certificate K-12 with Handicapped Learner Endorsement

Certificate of Clinical Competence - American Speech and Hearing  Association

Certified in Seeing My Time - Marydee Sklar: Executive Functioning Success


Executive Function Coach    June 2012 to Present


Speech and Language Pathologist September 2002 to 2012

Portland Public School District

Provide speech, language and social diagnostic and remedial services grades K – 5

Work collaboratively with team members: School Psychologist, Occupational Therapist and Learning Resource Teacher and Classroom Teachers to support the academic and social needs of students.


Private Educational Tutor September 1994 to June 1997

Provided educational instruction on a one to one basis in all academic areas. Provided pre and post data analysis for documentation of growth and improvement. Consulted with parents on an ongoing basis. Met with teaching staff within the child's school environment.


Learning Disabilities Specialist September 1992 to June 1994

Bend/Lapine School District

Developed and implemented an instructional program for special needs children. Worked with a team of professionals assessing, diagnosing and providing individualized instruction for children.


Consulting Teacher September 1991 to June 1992

Portland Public School District

Collaborated with teaching staff to identify strategies to improve student achievement and/or behavior for students with special education needs as well as those in general education. Supported and worked with staff using a variety of instructional strategies.


Speech and Language Pathologist January 1983 to June 1992

Portland Public School District

Provided speech and language diagnostic and remedial services to elementary through high school levels. Services were provided to children with disabilities ranging from severe to mild in both self-contained classrooms and within the general education population.