Daphne Sajous-Brady

Director of Student Services Learning Strategies

BS, Northwestern University

MA, Northwestern University

PhD, Northwestern University

Daphne Sajous-Brady, Wolcott School Director of Student Services, has two decades of educational and professional experiences that have focused on supporting individuals with learning differences across the lifespan, from preschool years to adulthood. Daphne received three degrees, which all concentrate on Learning Disabilities, from the Communication Science and Disorders Department at Northwestern University: Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy. She has taught in several school settings as a learning resource teacher, including an American accredited school in her home country of Haiti, a public school in South Suburban Cook County, and the Francis W. Parker School. She has worked as a Lecturer and a Learning Clinic Supervisor at the Northwestern University Speech, Language, and Learning Clinic. As a clinic supervisor, she led teams of undergraduate and graduate students who were responsible for assessing and instructing individuals with learning disabilities. Additionally, she worked as a diagnostician, conducting psycho-educational assessments, in the Adult Learning Clinic at Northwestern University. Her most recent position before coming to Wolcott School was in administration as Director of Student Support at the Ancona School in Chicago.