Jennifer Sullivan is a sought after speaker on the topic of supporting students with disabilities (and their families) in the transition from high school to college. She has presented to educators, school counselors, parent groups and students. Jennifer Sullivan has given over 30 presentations for organizations including:

Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center

Wallingford SEP PTAC

Connecticut Secondary Transition Youth Advisory Board

LDA NJ Life After High School Conference

Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) International Annual Conference

CT Secondary Transition Symposium

Rhode Island Statewide College Planning Forum

Technology and Society Symposium (Mitchell College)

Independent Education Consultant Association

Connecticut School Counselor Association

American Sociological Association

Eastern Sociological Society

LEARN Disability Summit

Westerly High School

Norwich Free Academy

Mitchell College

Thames Academy


Collegiate Parent: Transition to College 

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"Jennifer's presentation on Executive Functioning was thoughtful, thorough and practical.  Not only did parents and staff leave the workshop with an increased awareness of how their children (students) think; Jennifer supported them in making connections to everyday situations in which executive functioning plays a key role. 

One staff member stated, "My husband wanted to complete the worksheets Jennifer shared with us right after the presentation!" 

Director of Special Education

Wallingford, CT

What Attendees Say

"I valued Jennifer's insight and ideas. Many of my own practices were validated."

Sarah H., Special Education Teacher

"Thank you for an enjoyable experience and for the real life examples that you used. I found the session very helpful. I came away with a handful of takeaways!"

Allison, Parent of a child with ADHD

"The presentation was engaging and I learned that there is always room for learning with even the most experienced educator." 

Maggie, School Counselor