Sydney is a former Assistant Director of Admission at George Washington University serving both in the undergraduate and law school admissions offices.
In addition, she has several years experience coaching families and students in grades 9-12 through the college and career process as a college counselor on the high school side of the desk.
Sydney earned a BA from West Virginia University and a MA from George Washington University.
Nancy’s career spans 30+ years as a counselor, educator and administrator.
A college counselor for 16 years, she serves students in grades 8-12. Her specialties include diverse backgrounds and learning differences.
Nancy holds a B.S. from James Madison University and an M.A. from Loyola University Maryland.
Nancy is also state certified teacher and specializes in Competitive High School Planning and High School Class Planning.
Robert has fifteen years experience in college admission, having begun his career at Williams College shortly after graduation.
While at Williams Robert oversaw the admission office’s publication suite, served as the liaison to the Financial Aid Office, and on the Board of Directors of NECBAC, a consortium of college counselors from private schools on the East Coast.
Ms. Popp is a graduate of Tufts University and the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Prior to her college counseling career, Ms. Popp served as the Associate Director of College Counseling at The Cambridge School of Weston.
Before her work at the high school level, Ms. Popp was the Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at Wellesley College.
Ms. Popp specializes in General and Competitive College Admissions Advising as well as Competitive High School Admissions Advising.
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Kevin was the Regional Director of Advising, at Kaplan Test Prep and a nationally recognized Admissions Advisor at Ohio State University.
Kevin focuses on Specialized Advising which includes: Learning Differences, Athletics, and International Student Admissions.