NBC News Kate Snow to Serve as Master of Ceremonies for the 11th Annual Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities Benefit

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Kate Snow, Correspondent for NBC News “Rock Center with Brian Williams" will serve as the master of ceremonies for the Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities benefit, The Sky's The Limit, presented by Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers on April 26, 2013 at the Greenwich Hyatt Regency.

Kate Snow, Correspondent for NBC News “Rock Center with Brian Williams"

I am honored to be working with Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, a group dedicated to making sure children with learning disabilities and ADHD achieve their potential

Kate Snow,Correspondent for NBC News “Rock Center with Brian Williams,” will serve as the master of ceremonies for the 11th annual Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities benefit on April 26th. “The Sky’s The Limit” fundraiser, sponsored by Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers, will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency in Greenwich, CT, celebrating the limitless potential of children with learning disabilities and ADHD.

“I am honored to be working with Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, a group dedicated to making sure children with learning disabilities and ADHD achieve their potential,” said Snow.

In addition to reporting for “Rock Center with Brian Williams,” Snow acts as a fill-in anchor for “Nightly News with Brian Williams” and contributes to all of NBC News’ platforms. Prior to joining NBC, Snow was “Good Morning America’s” weekend anchor. She is a graduate of Cornell University and holds a master's degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. Snow and her husband have two children.

The evening’s honorees include:

John J. Russell Ed.D, Head of School, The Windward School, a coeducational, independent day school located in White Plains, NY. The Windward School is dedicated to providing a proven research-based instructional program to children with language-based learning disabilities.

Beth Feldman, a Director of the Laurence W. Levine Foundation, based in Bayport, NY. Feldman is the founder of "Sweet & Social," Larchmont's first and only cupcake and desserts shop featured in local media as well as online. Feldman lives in Larchmont, NY with her husband, David and their two children.

In addition, the Fred J. Epstein Youth Achievement Awards will be presented to winners from around the country at the April 26th event.

The Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities benefit is sponsored by Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers, which offer one-to-one, intensive instruction, based on the individual's learning needs at 50 Learning Centers in and beyond the United States. For over 25 years Lindamood-Bell’s intensive, research-validated instruction has been used to teach reading, comprehension, and math, and has proven successful for individuals previously diagnosed with dyslexia, hyperlexia, ADHD, CAPD, and autism spectrum disorders.

About Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc.: Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc. is a Westport-based nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering the parents of children with learning disabilities (LD) and attention deficit disorders (ADHD) via its educational programs, award-winning website and blog, and free e-newsletter at http://www.SmartKidswithLD.org. The organization also educates the public about these children’s gifts and talents. Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy is an Honorary Board member, and Henry Winkler, Golden Globe award-winning actor, director and author, serves as the organization’s Honorary Chairman.

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