Donna Cutler-Landsman, MS, is an educator with a master’s degree in counseling psychology who has spent over 35 years in the classroom teaching children in grades five through eight, and as an advisor to the gifted and talented program in the Middleton Cross Plains Area School District in Wisconsin. In addition, she served as a cooperating teacher with the School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison for 15 years. Donna currently offers targeted special education advocacy for children with complex medical learning needs through her company Cutler-Landsman Consulting, LLC. She is a past president of the VCFS Educational Foundation, serves on the 22q International Foundation board, and consults for the 22q Family Foundation and the VCFS Virtual Center. She is a popular speaker and advocate on issues related to the 22q11.2 deletion syndrome and education throughout the United States and abroad.