Amy Jackson is the Learning Specialist in the Calhoun Learning Center. Amy coordinates accommodations for students with disabilities, provides skills workshops, and provides academic coaching to students. This is her first year at GMC and 10th year living in Vermont. Amy is originally from Indiana and received her BA at Ball State University in Psychology. She also received her masters in counseling from Ball State. Amy comes to GMC after a career as a school clinician with Rutland Mental Health. She loves to travel and runs a small cupcake bakery that specializes in weddings. Amy currently lives in Rutland with her husband and dog.