Ann DeMers

Ann W. DeMers, M.A., N.C.S.P., Associate, holds a Master's degree in Special Education and a state license as well as national certification in School Psychology.  She has recently retired with 31 years of experience in Jefferson County Schools as a special educator, classroom teacher and school psychologist. Ann’s experience includes teaching conflict resolution, anger management and social skills and supporting students with severe emotional disabilities. She has training and experience with students who are Twice Exceptional. Ann has been an examiner at the Gifted Development Center since 2003. When not working with kids and families at the GDC, Ann will often be found volunteering at Ralston House, an advocacy center for children victimized by abuse. Currently the Board President, Ann serves on the Development Committee, and is the Co-Chair of the Pinwheel Project fundraiser. Ann was chosen as one of the Honorees for the 2013 Celebrate Women of Jefferson County Award.