SOS4Students

Speaking and Presentations

Exploring Executive Function and the Science of Learning

As the founder and director of SOS4Students, Beth Samuelson is a frequent and sought after presenter at conferences, schools and educational institutes. She is known for her ability to address student, parent, teacher, and clinical audiences with humor, heart, and head. Her topics are timely and relevant and always include the latest research, expert insight, and candor.

  • SOS4Students Director Beth Samuelson Is Well-Known for Her Informative, Engaging Presentation Style
  • Presents at Conferences, Schools, and Educational Institutes
  • Topics Can Be Customized
  • Delivered In-Person or in Webinar Formats
  • Also Available or Interviews and Commentary

Engagements typically cover one or more of the following topics:

  • Executive Function Skills and the Teen Brain
  • Learning Differences, Learning Challenges
  • The Neurocognitive Make-Up of the Teen Brain
  • Parent-Student and Student-Educator Communication Skills
  • Study Space Design
  • The Science of Learning

As the former co-host of the radio show Your Teen Matters and columnist for Bay Area Parents of Teens magazine, Beth Samuelson is a recognized voice on the topic of executive function and the science of learning. She currently hosts the recurring SOS4Students webinar series “The Inside Scoop” and welcomes requests for interviews and commentary on relevant topics.


To inquire about Beth Samuelson’s availability for a speaking engagement ore interview, contact SOS4Students at or (510) 531-4767.

Contact Us

Over the years, Beth Samuelson has worked with many school and organizations to deliver timely topics and information.

  • The MIND Institute on Neurodevelopment Disorders at UC Davis
  • The Northern California Spina-Bifida conference
  • Parents Education Network (PEN)
  • Marin Catholic High School
  • University High School
  • Bishop O’Dowd High School
  • Touro University, Orinda Academy
  • East Bay School for Boys
  • Lafayette School District
  • Lodi School District
  • Mt. Diablo School District
  • Happy Valley Elementary School, Lafayette
  • Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities Association
  • Julia MorganSchool for Girls

How We Can Help

For more information on how SOS4Students can help, contact us today.

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