Meet the Staff

 Nichole Braun Nichole Braun is the Program Director at Campbell County Skills U.  She has over 20 years experience in adult education and is proud to lead an incredible team of teachers.  She loves her big family, traveling, playing cards, God and seeing her students meet their goals!


 Holly Cetrulo Holly Cetrulo has been with Campbell County Skills U since 2009. She teaches RLA including reading, language, social studies and science and enjoys helping students reach their goals. When not teaching, Holly likes to camp, boat, travel and attend sports events with her family.

Steven Schreck

Students learn to love math in Steven Schreck’s math classes.  He shares his love of math and great teaching skills at 3 Campbell County Skills U locations.

He also loves music, tennis and his growing family.

Donna Whitworth

Donna is often the friendly voice you hear when calling Campbell County Skills U. She greets students, and deals with testing and paperwork, but her favorite job is encouraging students to stick with the program and reach their goals. Donna knows all about this since she is GED program graduate herself!

Shellie Massey

Shellie “STELLA” Massey joined the staff of Campbell County Skills U in 2000. Stella uses her Masters Degree in social work during the day and teaches GED math Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. As a GED graduate herself, Stella knows just what to say to a student who may be frustrated or discouraged with their studies.

Jenny Helson

Jenny has been teaching in Adult Education since 2001. During the day she oversees the GED/Adult Ed program at CET in Watertown Square. Two nights a week Jenny also teaches RLA, social studies and science.  When not at work Jenny is busy managing fun and often hectic life with her 3 sons’ school and sports schedules.

Peggy Walsh

Peggy started teaching at Campbell County Skills U in December 2008.  Her love of math and teaching, as well as being a mother and grandmother makes her a perfect fit.  Peggy is a sports enthusiast and enjoys biking, hiking, yoga and swimming.
Tricia Rohe Tricia Rohe started at NALC in 2001. Working with adults on their educational goals is what motivates her. Tricia teaches all areas of the GED at the Campbell County Detention Center. Tricia enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, reading, and working-out when she is not at work.
Nathan Stevens Nathan has been teaching math to adult learners for many years, helping his students gain confidence in their skills, especially if math is their least favorite subject. He enjoys bees, olives, and non-fiction. He moved to Northern Kentucky in 2019 and can often be found in the woods, with his dog, Lilah.
Kathy Trimbur Kathy teaches GED at the Alexandria Branch Public Library on Tuesdays from 1- 2:30 and the Cold Spring Branch Public Library on Thursdays from 5:30pm – 7:00pm. Student’s can reach Kathy at