Our Professionals

 Nona Jayne Shaw - CEO   

N. Jayne Shaw is the CEO of Integrated Education Services. Ms. Shaw graduated from Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in special education with a concentration in cross-categorical, emotional handicapped, and learning disabilities. Ms. Shaw also attended the University of Phoenix for study in the field of Organizational Management.

Ms. Shaw taught in self-contained environments for emotionally handicapped students for the first 12 years of her career. Her administrative career is extensive. She was the assistant director of a large behavioral health organization in Phoenix for many years. Ms. Shaw developed two charter schools for other agencies. She independently founded a third Charter School which maintained three successful campuses over fifteen years.

Ms. Shaw was introduced to Mindfulness and received her Mindfulness certificate. She is an avid fan of Mindfulness and works at Integrated Education Services as one of our Mindfulness instructors.

Ms. Shaw is also a trained Azella and El Coordinator.



His background included international protection and law enforcement before joining the charter school movement and IES.

Mr. Hana has extensive experience in behavioral health, charter school operations, and special education. He is also well versed in school safety planning.



I am a native of the beautiful state of Arizona.  I have three beautiful daughters and four grandchildren.  

My background is in school management services. I am an expert in various Student Information Systems. I have many years of experience in managing programs for the developmentally disabled.

I have been an employee of our organization for 22 years. At Integrated Education Services, I hold the title of Office Manager/Special Education Consultant and Sped Provider. I am certified as a vision/hearing screener and certified fingerprinting technician.  I also am fluent in Spanish and interpret for many of our schools.



My name is Mary Bolton and I have been teaching for 29 years. I spent 7 years teaching at the preschool level and 22 years teaching Kindergarten-8th grade in general education areas and special education services in both charter and public school settings. I have a wide range of school experiences ranging from a lead teacher in a classroom up to and including administrative duties. For the past 5 years, I have specialized in response to intervention and special education services. I love working with students and helping them to further their education in any way that I am able.



Laura Land is one of our highly qualified, certified special education teachers. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Scripps Women’s College. She holds her cross-categorical certificate in special education.

Laura is a master at developing Individual Education Plans. She is always ensuring that the document is meaningful with specific importance placed on the student goals.

She has extensive experience in teaching and has spent many years of her practice in charter schools. She has experience in teaching autistic, emotionally handicapped, and learning disabled students. She also earned an endorsement in Structured English Immersion.


    SAL MONTALTO - SPEcial eDucation TEACHER 

Sal has made it his life’s work to educate students with learning difficulties of all ages, and after decades of dedication to his chosen profession, has no plans to stop.  It is his strong conviction and steadfast belief that all students are learners and should be taught with dignity. 

His education includes a bachelor’s degree from Southern Connecticut State University and a master’s degree from the University of New Mexico, both in Special Education. He has sought to sharpen his skills over the years and has trained and mentored other professionals in specific strategies he practices. Sal relaxes by spending time with his family, playing the keyboard, and taking to the golf course as much as possible.



Starting out, teaching was not on my to-do list- but rather becoming an American Sign Language interpreter in the educational setting.  After earning my Deaf Studies certificate from Phoenix College, I decided then to enroll at Arizona State University to earn my BA in Special Education.  This is now my ninth year teaching.  I’ve taught in the Deer Valley and Peoria school districts from grades kinder to eighth grade, as well as being the Read180 teacher.  Before joining IES, I was the co-director at a private behavioral school where I learned to wear many hats and balance them all.  While I loved my position there, I dearly missed being in the classroom full time.  I now teach grades kinder to 12th special education.  I believe each student should be taught to their strengths in order to build their weaknesses with the ultimate goal of independence.

For the future, I bounce from idea to idea, however, I have narrowed down to either earning a master’s in leadership or doctorate in audiology.  

Outside of work, my guilty pleasures include watching the early 2000’s reality shows, baking, and shopping not only for shoes but for outfits for my dogs and cats.  




Jennifer O’Neal holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech and Hearing Science and a Masters in Communication Disorders. Jennifer has earned her Certificate of Clinical Competence. Jennifer started her career in Arizona and has been employed by Integrated Education Services for 15 years. She provides services to schools, adults, and supervises all speech and language employees of our organization.

She has also earned her credentials in Accent Reduction.



A passion for helping others led me down the path of Education into a career that allows me to provide my students with high-quality instruction. As a professional Speech Therapist since 2002, I bring a holistic approach to the classroom to find comfortable and effective solutions for everyone. Read on to learn more about my background. 

I received my Bachelor's Degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology from Northern Arizona University in 2002.  Upon graduating, I moved to Phoenix and began working for a private company providing cognitive rehabilitation services to adults and children who sustained traumatic brain injuries.  In 2003 I received my SLPL (speech-language pathologist, limited) license from the Arizona Department of Health. At that point, I moved on to providing speech and language services to students in charter and public schools throughout the Phoenix Valley for the last 17 years.   In 2018, I received my Masters of Education in Special Education from Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, TX. 

I have extensive experience in working with children who have speech/language delays, their families, and teachers.  Along with my experience of working with children, I have a great amount of great knowledge in evaluating, diagnosing, and writing both evaluation reports and IEPs.  

I have received training from the Arizona Department of Health Services Sensory Department in the area of Hearing and Vision Screenings.  I am a certified Hearing and Vision Screener.



Anabelle graduated with a BS in Speech Pathology at the University of the Philippines.  The course was very new to the country then so there were no real jobs for SLP’s at that time.  She ended up working as a Department Manager at the biggest department chain in the Philippines.

Feeling restless as usual, Anabelle made the move to CA where she worked as a Certified Medical Assistant for a few years.  CA is where she met her husband and had 2 boys who have kept her very busy until the present. Her husband’s job then moved them to AZ where she was able to get back to Speech Pathology and come across IES.

Anabelle is happy to join the IES team.  She enjoys working with elementary school children and finds gratitude with the smallest progress achieved by each child from speech therapy.   Anabelle enjoys the theatre, film, traveling, and keeping in touch with friends and family. “Life is what you make of it.”



Licensed SLPA who studied at Estrella Mountain CC and Arizona State University. The last 4 years has worked with a diverse caseload of students ages 4-15 years of age. Worked frequently with expressive/receptive language delays, articulation, and nonverbal children on the autism spectrum.  Born and raised in Arizona and lives with her two small dogs Tonks and Remus. Has a love for music, movies, books (Harry Potter books - favorite), dancing, the beach, and good food!





I am a LIcensed Marriage and Family Therapist with extensive experience in mind-body health and wellness.  Expanding my knowledge and perspective through intense somatic Psychology training.  Working with children, teens, parents, families, and seniors, I came to understand that true and lasting mental health is realized through an integrated mind-body approach.

My teaching experience includes facilitating programs for special needs students, in-depth training, and facilitation of classroom instruction for mental health practitioners and allied professionals.  

I am well versed in curriculum and workshop development.