Meg graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science from Northeastern University. She earned a Master of Human Development and Psychology (Ed.M.) from Harvard University, a Master of School Counseling (MEd) from the University of Massachusetts, Boston and completed the college counseling certificate program at the University of California, Los Angeles. Meg is a licensed Massachusetts school counselor with nine years of experience as a teacher and counselor in both private and public schools and 2.0+ years of working privately with families. Meg was also an outside reader of undergraduate applications for Bentley University.
In 2015, she was a selected panelist on the “How America Pays for College: What Admissions Counselors and High School Guidance Counselors Need to Know” session at the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) annual national conference in San Diego, a rare attainment for a private counselor.
Having lived in Central America for over a decade, Meg is experienced with helping students from around the globe in the admissions process to schools all over the world. In 2016, she moved to Bogota, Colombia with her family for yet another adventure of overseas living and college counseling. Her most joyful role is the one of mother to her three daughters. She looks forward to returning to New England one day and living in her 190-year-old Greek revival home.
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