director of development・college advisor
As a graduate of Princeton University's program in Operations Research & Financial Engineering, Julia is an analytical thinker with a keen eye for detail. With a minor in Theatre, she is a natural-born storyteller as well. Her expertise lies in her ability to weave students' interests and goals into narratives that make their applications stand out.
Julia has a keen understanding of undergraduate STEM and business programs, and leverages her understanding of story to help students interested in those highly sought-after fields differentiate themselves. After four years spent working in the Princeton admissions office as a tour guide, Julia graduated with an in-depth knowledge of the application process and a passion for guiding students and helping them present themselves in the best light possible. In addition, while at Princeton, Julia served in variety of leadership positions within Autism Speaks and her sorority, Pi Beta Phi.
Julia brings her outgoing personality into her sessions to draw students out of their comfort zones and help them reach new levels of confidence. Since starting as an essay coach and training extensively with our team, Julia combines her narrative prowess, academic savvy and organizational skills as an advisor and mentor.
Julia is a member of the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC).
Princeton University, BSE in Operations Research and Financial Engineering with a minor in Theatre
- College Advising & Essay Support
- ACT / SAT Math, Verbal, ACT Science
- School Support Math through Calculus, AP Physics, Organizational Skills, Essay Writing