I was one of those high school students who really enjoyed the college discovery process. I enjoyed passing along my knowledge to friends looking to add to their college lists, but I didn’t realize I could make a rewarding career out of admissions until after college. I began my career at Stanford University on the Diversity Outreach team, where I helped the admissions officers coordinate diversity events and outreach. From there I earned my masters from Columbia University’s Teachers College and began reading applications for Columbia’s undergraduate admissions office. I then joined Columbia’s College of Physicians and Surgeons as the director of admissions, overseeing the entire medical school admissions process. After relocating to the West coast, I became the director of enrollment management at the University of San Francisco, also recruiting and reviewing applications for the undergraduate admissions team. Most recently I was the senior director at Stanford Medicine.