Counselors are available to help you navigate the challenges in your life, especially if those challenges are interfering with your ability to learn and be successful in school. They will also help answer questions related to credits needed to be on-track for graduation. If you need help with your after-high-school-plans or if you need help with your college and financial aid applications, they can help. To meet with a counselor either call for an appointment or enter a counseling ticket by clicking the button below.
9th & 12th Grade Counselor
My name is Hannah Cohen (she/her/hers) and I am so excited to be joining the HFCA staff!
Here’s a little bit about my background – I have a Bachelor’s degree in Human Development & Family Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Master’s degree in Counseling from DePaul University. Before becoming a school counselor, I worked with teens through overnight camps and youth groups. I am also very passionate about working with the LGBTQ+ community. When I am not at school, I enjoy watching tv, cross stitching, and spending time with my fiancé and our three cats.
10th & 12th Grade Counselor
I have a BA in Social Science from Alverno College, a MA in Professional Development from Alverno, and I completed my School Counseling Program at Concordia University. Currently, I am continuing in the program at Concordia University to receive my Professional Counseling Licensure as well.
I originally began my teaching career as a Middle School Teacher. I worked 2 years in middle school as an 8th grade math teacher and 7th grade social studies teacher before coming to high school. As a high school educator, I have taught English 9, Science, and Religion and Character Education.
As a founding member, I chose HFCA because of its original design, which was to educate students in ourcommunity incorporating Christian values. I always believed that our students deserve a quality education that inspired a love for learning, from people who wanted to teach them, and who genuinely cared about their future. I stay at HFCA because I am sold out on the mission and vision of HFCA. I had a hiatus from HFCA and I discovered that no one does it the HFCA Way.
11th and 12th Grade Counselor
I am Aiesha Jackson, I am the new 2021/22 counselor for Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy. I am currently a graduate student attending Mount Mary University majoring in school counseling. I am a 2017 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee graduate, majoring in Communications. I have been working in education since 2018; working with youth of all age groups. In December, I will be graduating from Mount Mary with my Masters in school counseling. Over the past year, I have completed my internship at Northwest Lutheran while working for Neighborhood House of Milwaukee as a community health educator. I have taught healthy decision-making skill and sex ed to youth and young adults. I have a passion for working with youth and young adults to ensure they have access to resources for success.