Researching Intelligent Learning and Empowering Young Adults with Learning Differences

I am Riley Mulcahy, the proud Executive Director of this initiative. As a Saint Mary’s College graduate in Moraga, California, my journey has been shaped by overcoming challenges associated with Dyslexia, which was diagnosed when I was just seven years old. Despite these obstacles, I have achieved remarkable success and attribute it to the supportive environment of small schools tailored to students with learning differences.

As a firm believer in accessible education, I have honed my skills in social media, marketing, fundraising, and community-building during my time at Compass High School in Belmont, California, and Hanger Hall School in Asheville, North Carolina.

Join me in support of The RILEY Project, advocating for accessible education for all. Together, we can make a significant impact in the lives of students and families with learning differences.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide access to valuable resources, conduct groundbreaking research, and promote an inclusive and informed society. Through creative storytelling, media, and educational solutions, we support the 1 in 5 students who learn differently, celebrate diversity, and offer leadership opportunities in a safe environment for sharing stories and journeys.