Bronte Howard struggled to write her name. She confused left and right. Poor short-term memory and challenges with spelling and math also made school difficult. It was not until college that she was diagnosed with dyslexia and dyspraxia. Howard had never received extra support in school. But she was still able to achieve her dream of becoming a journalist. Howard stresses that disabilities shouldn’t stop anyone from meeting their goals. Today she advocates for diagnosing and supporting students with disabilities.