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  • Maureen Loftus
    Maureen Loftus Owner & Director

    Center Story - Tysons

    During the long journey raising a special needs daughter I often said to my husband, “If I can figure out McKenna, I am going to start a business based on the solution because I will be able to help so many families”. After experiencing the life changing impact LearningRx had on McKenna, I knew I discovered the next business I was going to apply my decades of business experience to leading.

    McKenna does not have a diagnosis that explains the countless challenges that she faces including delays in every category of development, cognitive delays, numerous medical issues and more. I was told she would never learn anything academic and would be challenged to feed/dress herself. But I never gave up and researched every potential intervention/treatment possible and tried many of them. The one intervention that made a significant difference is LearningRx brain training.

    I knew that I wanted to open my first center in Vienna where my children grew up and attended school. Our children have since completed high school attending Wolftrap ES, Kilmer MS and James Madison High School. As a result, we personally know many of the families that we serve which makes the impact mean so much more.

    Over the last decade, we have worked with thousands of families from the Vienna, McLean, Arlington, Dunn Loring, Oakton and surrounding areas. I am active in the community serving as a board director of non-profits, spearheading school-based programs and more.

    Board Positions:

    • NoVA-DC CHADD Board Member
    • Tysons Chamber of Commerce – Board Member and Chair, Youth and Education
      • Annual Chamber Stars Award Banquet (include picture)
      • Annual Job Shadow Program (include picture)
    • Washington Regional Board of Directors for Washington University of St. Louis

    Actively involved in:

    • WISER DC
    • ADHD Resource Group
    • Vienna Business Association

    Speaker on topics to help families navigate the complex, competitive academic landscape of Northern Virginia include:

    • Active Study Methods
    • What’s the Big Deal about Cognitive Skills?
    • The Amazing Changing Brain
    • Brain Training at Home
    • The 7 Cognitive Profiles of ADHD
    • The Aging Brain: How to Keep our Brains Sharp

    Maureen frequently shares her cognitive training expertise on local television news shows including:

    • Fox5 DC: Good Day DC
    • WJLA7 (ABC) Good Morning Washington
    • WUSA9 (CBS) Great Day Washington
    • Local DMV

    Prior to opening her first LearningRx brain training center, Maureen lead several companies in the life sciences and financial technology industries. Prior to leading companies, Maureen provided management consulting services for over 10 years. Today, Maureen continues to consult for leading technology companies and provide contract-CFO services to smaller companies to keep her brain sharp.

    Tysons Awards:

    Education Elevator Award – 2018 (from the Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce)

    Customer Service Awards (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020)

    Pace Setter Award - 2011

    Community Impact Award – 2012 and 2017

    Student of the Year Award - 2013

    Student of the Year Runner Up - 2014


  • Amanda
    Amanda Brain Trainer

    Amanda received a B.A. in English and a B.A. in Liberal Arts from Texas Tech University, and she is now working towards her MFA in Creative Writing at George Mason University, where she also teaches Composition. She has a fluffy, orange cat named Gus who likes to keep her company when she is working. She loves reading, writing, and getting to spend free time with her friends and family.

  • Conor
    Conor Brain Trainer

    Conor graduated from George Mason University with a B.A. in Environmental Sustainability Studies with a concentration in Environmental Economics and a minor in Political Policy. He describes himself as patient, goofy, caring and dedicated. He was born in San Francisco and loves playing computer games, gardening, sports and reading. His favorite procedure to do with students is Reasoning Brain Cards. In addition to Brain Training, Conor works with a young man with Autism develop both academic and life skills.

  • Mariam
    Mariam Brain Trainer

    Mariam attending college at George Mason University where she majored in advertising. She is creative, insightful, optimistic, compassionate, and curious. Her hobbies include reading, dancing, socializing, working out, nature, hiking, and traveling. Her favorite brain training activities include Comprehension Math, Word Roots, and Reasoning Brain Cards. Her favorite book is The House of Spirits by Isabel Allende, and her favorite country that she has visited is Costa Rica. Mariam grew up in northern Virginia as well as the Middle East. Along with brain training, Mariam is also a student and she is a substitute teacher.

  • Audrey
    Audrey Brain Trainer

    Audrey majored in Marketing at the College of William and Mary. She enjoys dancing, traveling, and learning new languages. Some of her favorite memories include teaching elementary and middle school students during her high school's STEM activity fair and learning to cook from locals while studying abroad in Japan. Her favorite brain training activity is Comprehension Description.

  • Salina
    Salina Brain Trainer

    Salina majored in Psychology at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. She grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland. Her hobbies include reading, swimming, playing board games, and listening to podcasts. Her favorite brain training activity is Reasoning Brain Cards. Salina’s favorite book is The Power by Naomi Alderman and her favorite movie is Identity and Momento.

  • Nicholle
    Nicholle Brain Trainer

    Nicholle studied Communications in college. Her hobbies include: singing karaoke and pretending to be a Stand-Up comedian. Nicholle loves Brain Training because she says “I get this natural high when I see my students go through this incredible transformation as we play games and do other activities to enhance their brain function.” Her favorite LearningRx Brain Game is: Reasoning Brain Cards.