College Admissions ConsultantFormer admissions officer at Fordham University
I began my career as both a tour guide and senior interviewer at my alma mater, Barnard, where I later joined the admissions team and read and reviewed applications from students applying from the northeastern, midwestern, and western regions of the United States, as well as Canada. A few years later, while pursuing my master’s degree, I briefly left admissions to be the director of student life at the Jewish Theological Seminary. Realizing I missed working closely with students on the high school side of college counseling, I joined the admissions team at Fordham University where I recruited and reviewed applicants applying to Fordham’s liberal arts and business colleges. My most recent experience at Montclair State helped me understand what the application process looks like outside of highly selective colleges and how to help students who may not be fully prepared for college-level work. One of my favorite past experiences was managing the athletic recruitment process at Fordham as well as a number of sports at Barnard. Understanding the inner workings of both the Ivy and Patriot athletic leagues meant I was able to guide students to find the best athletic matches as part of their college search.
Barnard College, Columbia University
Bachelor's in Sociology
Teachers College, Columbia University
Master's in Higher Education Administration
One of my favorite adages about the college admission process is, “College is a match to be made, not a prize to be won.” But after ten years of work on the decision-making side of admissions, I often wonder how many students understand this. My goal is to guide students to discover what they want their college experience to look like, and then to help them realize that fit. I also get great satisfaction from both helping families navigate the admissions process and helping students to feel empowered to be the decision makers.
Running, snowboarding, backyard campfires, and anything involving water sports