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Kristin Tennyson (Head of School)

Joining our program in 1997 as a teacher of Trinity School (our name at the time), Mrs. Tennyson is the most experienced member of our staff. As a graduate of Illinois State University & licensed as an Intervention Specialist and an Administrator for Non-Publics, she has worked in the management of DD programs for adults and children for 6 years before coming to LGS. “I'm passionate about creating an inclusive environment for everyone who walks through our door and finding ways to help each person recognize their strengths and grow as an individual.” It takes a lot to keep this program running, so to keep herself capable, she drinks a lot of Starbucks, so much so she thinks she should just own stock in it.


Bridget Wuebbling (Assistant Head of School)

After graduating with a B.S. Industrial Design, “ I designed a “My Little Pony'' playset that was sold in stores internationally." Ms. Wuebbling continued her education with more degrees, including an M.Ed. Multicultural Special Education & Board-Certified Behavior Analyst. She joined LGS in 2010, growing her influence, and is now the Assistant Head of School. “I love seeing kids, families and staff regain hope and realize that school can be different.” She continues to help our staff grow and recognize our strengths as our school's official certified Gallup-Strength Finder Coach.


Matt Mobilio (Director of Business Operations)

In 2006, Mr. Mobilio joined our team as a one-on-one para-educator; Mr. Mobilio was one of the first to help our school reach new technology goals. With a BS in Electronic Media and a Master's in Secondary Education, he has brought all sorts of new technology and programs (including LEGO Education, 3D printing, and other S.T.E.A.M. curricula) to help grow how we reach and teach our students. In October 2015, he was awarded Teacher of the Month for LEGO Education. “LGS provides opportunities for families, students, staff, and the community at large. We aren't concerned just for our own students but for all students.” It takes a lot of energy to be in many places, as he takes on many roles at LGS, but he takes all that energy to write, produce, perform, and record his own music and short video productions.


Erin Hoffman (Director of Curriculum)
513-984-2215 ext. 104

Since 2014, Mrs. Hoffman has loved her time at LGS.  With a Bachelors degree from the University of Evansville and a Masters in Special Ed. from Xavier, Erin is excited to have the opportunity to provide students with an education that meets their learning needs, and watch them grow in all areas - from academics to social skills.  When Mrs. Hoffman is not at LGS she loves to paint and learn about art history.


Kate Bower (Executive Assistant)
513-984-2215 ext 234

Mrs. Bower comes to us with a BS in Psychology & Criminal Justice. Here at LGS.  Mrs. Bower gets energy and inspiration from the students and brings various experiences with her to Linden Grove! 


Tonia McCants (Human Resources)

Linden Grove School is so thankful to have Mrs. McCants serving in Human Resources.  She has a BA of Communicaiton/PR and Marketing and loves serving our staff and problem solving.  Mrs. McCants has gone skydiving and loves cake for breakfast!


Melanie Crowe (Director of Development)
513-984-2215 ext 111

Mrs. Crowe comes to us with a BA in Public Relations and Marketing; She is a strategic thinker and relationship builder with a history of working in nonprofit management, including health care, education, and human services. The LGS values really resonate with her: Possibilities, Belonging, Integrity, Collaboration, Growth Mindset. Our commitment to these values makes LGS a fantastic place for students AND staff! Mrs. Crowe's hometown is Milwaukee, Wis., so her weakness is frozen custard--the richer the better and her favorite is butter pecan from Leon's!


Sharon Shumard (Marketing/Branding & Community Engagement)
513-985-2215 ext 113

Ms. Shumard came to us from Regis University in Denver, Colorado where she worked and lived for five years.  She returned to her beloved hometown of Cincinnati to raise her three children and moved from retail to marketing and community engagement.  She loves the students at LGS and enjoys telling their stories. Her favorite time of the year is fall because she is a hiker and a big football fan!