Empower your child to succeed and thrive digitally! Get them started on the journey of learning
how they can reclaim control of their digital habits and screentime.
What makes this introductory program unique and powerful?
- Powered by the latest research on excessive, unmanaged screen time and its impact on
focus, attention, productivity, and overall well-being.
- Our ChoiceX “digital wellness trampoline” is not about restrictions or hiding from technology.
We teach how to amplify innate human traits (Smiles, Skills Surprise) teaching kids how to
adapt and navigate attention-grabbing technologies like social media and gaming.
- Our clients include organizations such as Microsoft, MindTude and the King County Library
System. We’re also proud to be an advisor to the Inspired Internet Pledge, in partnership
with Boston Children’s Digital Wellness Lab.
Dates: March 9 th , 10 AM – 11 AM; March 16 th , 10 AM – 11 AM; March 23 rd , 10 AM – 11 AM
Who should attend: Kids, grades 4 – 7.
Location: 971 NE Discovery Dr, Issaquah, WA 98029, USA
We are a digital wellness company focused on helping people reclaim control over their
screentime. Our research based, quantifiable and personalized solutions boost innate human
traits that become dulled from persuasively designed technology.
We deliver solutions for organizations who care about workplace wellness, educational
institutions who want to improve student outcomes as well as for individuals interested in
reclaiming control over their digital habits.
About the Speaker
Riz Vazir is the founder of Scroll by Choice, a digital wellness company focused on empowering
people to reclaim control over their screentime.
Previously, Riz held leadership roles at companies such as Microsoft, where he was the Director
of Business Strategy and AON, where he led employee health benefits administration programs
for Fortune 50 clients. He is a certified Change Management professional, underscoring his
commitment to driving positive transformations.
Riz has an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and a bachelor’s
degree in computer science & economics from Knox College.