Eric Cable has been in education for 20+ years and spent 8 years as a counselor at Hilliard Darby High School before coming to Bradley High School in 2009. Eric received his Bachelor’s degree at The Ohio State University and his Master’s degree from the University of Dayton. Eric lives in Clintonville with his wife, Kelly, and his son Austin.
Chris McCabe has been in education for over 25 years and the last 17 in the Hilliard City School District. Chris has taught science in the Cincinnati Public School System, Hamilton Local School System, and the Hilliard City Schools. He has been an intervention counselor, senior Capstone coach, freshman team teacher, tennis and basketball coach, and various other teaching assignments during his career. Chris received his Bachelor’s degree at The Ohio State University and his Master’s degree from the University of Dayton.
Jessica Buscemi received her undergraduate degree and Master of Social Work from The Ohio State University, and holds a Master of Education in School Counseling from the University of Dayton. Her first job after graduate school was helping families through a local elementary school obtain resources related to homelessness and housing. This is where her love for working in education grew and Jessica began work at a local high school working holistically with students. Jessica is married to her husband Rob and has two children – Leo and Lucy. Other than her family and working with students, Mrs. Buscemi has passions for donuts and traveling!
Krista Holt has been in education since 2004. She received her Bachelor’s Degree at Eastern Michigan University and her Master’s from the University of Toledo. She lives in Marysville with her husband, Jarrod, daughters Sawyer and Josie and sons Uriah and Elias.
Amy Case has been practicing as a school psychologist since 2008, and has been with Hilliard City Schools since Bradley has opened its doors. She obtained her Bachelors of Science degree in psychology from The Ohio State University. Amy earned her Masters of Science in Education and Educational Specialist degrees in school psychology from the University of Dayton. In addition, she earned a Masters in Educational Administration from The Ohio State University. Amy has a passion for helping students with all levels of need and developing plans for academic and social-emotional success. She lives in Hilliard, Ohio with her husband, Brad and her two young children – Vincent and Camryn. Other than her family and working with students, Amy enjoys fitness and is a self-proclaimed foodie.
College Counselor: Tom Woodford