Amy Parker – Intervention Specialist
Dana Huls – Intervention Specialist
Dana graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2010 with her bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She served as a research assistant for two years, working on studies related to student and athlete motivation. She moved back home to Cincinnati where she served as an intern for the Cincinnati Reds before completing her master’s in special education at the University of Cincinnati in 2014. She moved with her husband to the Louisville area and was an intervention specialist as well as a behavior specialist in the Jefferson County Public School system. During this time, she completed her second graduate degree, a masters in curriculum and instruction, through the University of Cincinnati. In 2017 Dana moved back to Cincinnati with her family and has worked as an intervention specialist within the Archdiocese ever since. Dana has worked with a variety of students throughout her time as an I.S. including students with Autism, ADD/ADHD, Down Syndrome, Behavioral Disorders, Hearing Impairment, Sensory Processing, and Vision Impairment.
Mary Schwartz – Intervention Specialist
Mary graduated with a degree in Elementary Education and Special Education from Xavier University. She began her career teaching middle school students with special needs in the Northwest Local School District. After her first child was born, she switched to part-time at the high school level, but felt the call to stay home full-time with her growing family. She and her husband, Jeff, have four children, Josef, Sarah, Thomas, and Matthew. When her youngest child began kindergarten, she returned to the classroom by substitute teaching at her children’s schools. Once she completed the coursework to renew her teaching licenses, she was blessed to have been hired as the middle school interventionist at GSCM in 2012 serving students on the Jon Peterson and Autism Scholarships. In addition to spending time with her family, including yearly vacations with her extended family, she enjoys reading, camping, and biking.
Holly Datillo – Title 1 Math Tutor
Holly graduated from Spring Hill College with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. She taught 5/6 th grade for two years at Guardian Angels before going back to school at Xavier University and earning her Masters in Education. She taught in elementary grades for the next 15 years. Holly recently went back to school to earn her Reading Endorsement. Holly is married to Jeff, and they have three children, Ava, Nick and Stella. As a family they enjoy being outside and spending the weekend with golf matches, soccer, and lacrosse. Holly loves getting to know the children and helping them grow at GSCM.
Jess Conover – Speech/Language Pathologist
Jess is a board-certified speech-language pathologist with experience in both private and public schools, as well as private speech/language practices. She received her M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology through The Ohio State University, as well as an M.Ed at Xavier University. Throughout her career, she has had the pleasure of lecturing to other speech therapists, general education, and special education teachers in the Cincinnati and Columbus areas. Jess loves the collaborative community nature of working with students here at GSCM. Jess lives with her husband, Jon, crazy dog, Murphy, and her three lively children, Lucy, Grady, and Quinn who are all students at GSCM.