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Our advisors graduated from the nation’s best universities, so they know first-hand what it takes to stand out in the admissions process. CollegeAdvisor.com's advisors include Marshall Scholars, Fulbright recipients, first-generation college students, professional actors and musicians, startup founders, doctors, teachers and more - all rigorously screened and trained to support students and families on their college journeys.
Hi! My name is Feven, and I graduated in 2018 from Duke University with a Bachelor's degree in Public Policy and Global Health. I'm an Atlanta native and prospective law student at Emory University. I'm so excited to start working with you on your admissions journey!
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University of Pennsylvania
I am currently a senior at the University of Pennsylvania majoring in Mathematics and minoring in Spanish and Statistics through the Wharton School of Business. After graduation, I will be working in leveraged finance banking at J.P. Morgan.
I am a proud first-generation college student passionate about college admissions and higher education hailing from Detroit, MI. I have over six years of college admissions, advising, and college interview experience. Currently, I conduct research on college admissions as a doctoral candidate at the University of Michigan--Ann Arbor!
Hi there! I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Georgetown University in 2019 with a double major in History and Government and a minor in English. I also just graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with two master's degrees in History and in Library and Information Sciences. Currently, I work in digital asset management for a startup in Salt Lake City. This is my fourth year as a college admissions advisor, and my former students have been accepted to Harvard, Columbia, Georgetown, USC, UT-Austin, and many others. I am so excited to help you navigate through the process and get accepted to your dream school.
Hi! I graduated magna cum laude from the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in 2019. I majored in International History with a minor in French and a concentration in Diplomatic Studies. My most memorable Georgetown experiences include serving as Editor-in-Chief of The Caravel (a student publication), studying abroad in France, and interning at New America and Slate Magazine in DC. Right now, I’m pursuing a Master’s degree in Human Rights & Humanitarian Action at Sciences Po Paris, where I focus on journalism, gender, and European affairs. I spent the last three years advising high school students on college applications, and I look forward to helping you find and attend the school that's right for you!
Hello! I'm a 2020 graduate of Harvard University, where I studied Social Studies with a citation in French. Outside of academics, I participated in A Cappella, the college radio station, and theatre. I now work as a business analyst. Looking forward to working with you through the applications process!
Hi, I am so excited to be working as a college advisor. I am originally from Houston, TX, and I am a sure Texan at heart. I absolutely love to meet new people and go on adventures. Fortunately, I was accepted into my top school— the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in December of my senior year, so my process was done rather quickly. However, I remember the struggles that my friends faced with putting together more applications, essays, and dealing with waitlists. Thankfully, I am here to help y’all have the best college application process possible!
Johns Hopkins University
Hello! I graduated from Johns Hopkins a year early with an honors degree in International Studies. During my time on campus I was on the volleyball team, Class President, in a fraternity, on the Admissions team, and part of the Model UN + Mock Trial teams. I joined Deloitte Consulting after graduating and have loved my 5 years there. I enjoy all things NY sports, biking, volleyball, politics, scrabble, chess, and discovering new music! As the first person to attend college in my extended family, I thoroughly enjoy sharing my advice, experience, and tips & tricks that I had to pick up by myself but can now help others :)
I'm a New York City entrepreneur passionate about building sustainable food systems, diversity / inclusion work, and leadership development. As a mentor, I focus on the power of storytelling to convey a unique perspective and elevate your brand. In my free time, I'm chipping away at a goal of visiting as many UNESCO World Heritage Sites as possible!
I'm a currently undecided student at Princeton University, thinking of majoring in Public Policy/Health or Neuroscience! I have years of English tutoring experience, love to write, and love working with college applicants. I want to help you tell your story in a way that's authentic, stress-free for you, and in a way that will make admissions officers want you on campus ASAP! In my free time, I love TV, cooking, stand-up comedy and a good book.
Hi there, I'm Pablo - I'm a recent grad from Stanford ('19), where I majored in Urban Studies and minored in History. I'm a policy analyst for the City of San José and am passionate about spatial justice and inclusive community engagement. Outside of work (and the pandemic) you'll find me out dancing salsa , playing disc golf, and exploring different cities. I'd love to get a chance to meet you and help you navigate the absolute mayhem of college admissions.
Hello! I’m Kaveh, a recent Princeton University graduate who majored in the School of Public and International Affairs with minors in French and the History & Practice of Diplomacy, focusing on public policy, international relations, and human rights. Over the course of my four years at Princeton, I wrote for the campus newspaper and participated in multiple organizations devoted to community service, civic engagement, and diplomacy. I was also an active member of the performing arts scene on campus. Outside the classroom, I have had the chance to work in the fields of public policy and global affairs at non-profit advocacy organizations, international institutions, and local government bodies both inside the US and around the world. I can’t wait to use my skills and experiences to help students achieve their goals on this exciting path to college!
My name is Jeremiah Fernandez. I'm a writer, and I specialize in helping with essays as well as helping students create their own decision architecture.
University of Pennsylvania
Hello! I am student at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania studying Finance and Entrepreneurship Management. In high school, I was heavily involved with the start-up space as a founder, and I would especially like to share my experiences crafting my college application with business school applicants. I also can help you shine through your essays and identify your unique theme. At Penn, I am involved with two consulting clubs, the Students Federal Credit Union, a Venture Capital Diligence Team, and the Wharton Undergraduate Cohorts System. I'm super excited to work with you to help you get into the college of your dreams!
I graduated Cum Laude from Phillips Academy Andover and am an incoming undergraduate student at Princeton University (having just taken a gap year). I plan on pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience as well as certificates in Music Performance and Music Theater. I have three years of formal experience tutoring and mentoring high school students. I am extremely passionate about helping students achieve their scholastic goals!
New York University
I am a May 2019 graduate from NYU. I studied business and specialized in Marketing & Management. I'm currently doing freelance editing and consulting for a local blogger. In my free time I love to binge watch shows and play with my 2 dogs.
University of Chicago
Hello! I'm Caroline, a lifelong Midwesterner and 2018 graduate of the University of Chicago. Most of my four years at UChicago were spent reading in campus coffee shops, running civic engagement programming at the Institute of Politics, and (weather permitting) enjoying time along the shores of Lake Michigan with my friends. After college, I spent an amazing year teaching English on a Fulbright scholarship in Madrid, Spain. This past year, I had the incredible privilege of organizing for Elizabeth Warren's campaign in Iowa and Arkansas. I know how confusing and anxiety-inducing the college application process can be, and I'm here to tell you: it's all going to turn out okay, I promise. I'm so excited to help you find your dream school!