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At Crimson we are lucky to have a global team of strategists that guide their students through the entire application process. From choosing the best universities for their academic goals and educational passions to making sure their entire application has an overarching theme; our strategists are the lynchpin that holds a student’s application together.
Most importantly, our strategists understand what their students are going through — and how to ‘get in’! This is because they have successfully navigated the process themselves as graduates from the Ivy League, Stanford, Swarthmore, Berkeley, Michigan, MIT, Oxford, Cambridge, UCL, Imperial, and many, many more.
From world-leading university alumni to Ph.D.’s, former admissions officers to multi-degree academics, our strategists are there for their students every step of the way. Keep reading to meet some of our amazing strategists below!
Abbi graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA in English Language and Literature. She is currently studying for a Master’s in International Social and Public Policy at the London School of Economics, specializing in non-governmental organisations.
Alex attended New York University where he studied Psychology and Creative Writing. After graduating, he founded a volunteer organization that works to improve the lives of impoverished children in Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Alina graduated from Yale where she studied Political Science. As a student at Yale, she conducted original field research on the experiences of migrants from the conflict zone in Eastern Ukraine. Her thesis on the subject won the Charles Washburn Clark Prize for the best senior essay in Comparative Politics.
With a Master’s in International Economics from Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Anthony has worked as a researcher at the OECD, the UNDP, and the New York Times.
Benito graduated from Harvard College with a bachelor’s in Cultural Anthropology. He speaks Spanish fluently, Korean and Japanese at an intermediate level, and spent time working at the Harvard Office of Admissions before joining Crimson. He lives in New Mexico.
Brant holds a Ph.D. from Cornell University in English Language and Literature. While at Cornell, Brant served as the Assistant Director for The John S. Knight Institute Walk-in Writing Center. Brant was awarded The Joseph F. Martino ’53 Lectureship in First-Year Writing at Cornell, where he taught full-time.
Brice graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison with a Bachelor’s in Global Political Economics before joining the Myanmar Times as an editor. Now living in the U.S., he’s helped students gain admission to Stanford, UPenn, Yale, and more.
Bryan is from Baltimore, Maryland and graduated from Harvard University with an A.B. in Economics and Psychology. Since joining Crimson, Bryan has helped students gain admission to top universities like Duke, Johns Hopkins, and Penn.
Bryn studied Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He was actively involved in student government over the course of his education and served as an executive member of the LSE Student Union. During his gap year prior to LSE, Bryn studied European History at the Sorbonne in Paris.
Cassidy completed her M.M. at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, she also earned a B.M. from the University of Michigan with concentrations in violin performance and historical musicology.
Crystal graduated from UCLA where she double majored in Financial Actuarial Mathematics and Economics. She achieved her Master’s in Accounting from the University of Melbourne, and has worked for years as an admissions consultant, helping students gain admission to the most prestigious programs around the world.
Dylan Ricci attended U.C. Berkeley, earning his B.A. in Film and graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. An award-winning filmmaker who received international distribution for his most recent short film on Amazon Prime Video, Dylan currently resides in Los Angeles.
Evelyn graduated from Oxford with honoured Master and Bachelor degrees in Mathematics. Before joining Crimson, she previously worked for the British Council, Taiwan, for almost 10 years in Education Training and UK University Admission Strategy.
George graduated from Harvard with a degree in Sociology and a secondary field in African American Studies. There he performed in and music directed various musicals, played clarinet and saxophone in college orchestras, and sang for the Harvard University Choir and the annually-touring Harvard Krokodiloes.
Educated at Sherborne School, the University St Andrews (from where he was awarded an MA in Modern History) and Durham University for his PGCE, Graham spent 24 years of his teaching career at UK'S the internationally recognised Sevenoaks School. He managed the Careers and Higher Education Department at the head of which he was responsible for processing over 200 university applications every year.
Isaac finished his undergraduate degree at the London School of Economics with a first class honours in law. He went on to complete a masters in law and finance at Oxford. During his time at the LSE, Isaac was awarded the role of sports ambassador for his commitment in pursuing basketball. He was also the co-founder of the LSE law and technology society.
Jade earned a bachelor’s in Economics and a Master’s in Accounting from the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor. She worked for Deloitte as a US CPA before acquiring her second master’s at the London School of Economics.
Jennifer graduated from Cornell University with a major in Biochemistry and a minor in International Relations. She speaks English, Chinese, French, and is currently working on Spanish.
Josh achieved the highest exam results in his school, winning a place to study PPE at St Benet’s Hall, Oxford. At Oxford, he represented the university at Rugby League and Rugby Union, earning two Oxford Blues. After graduating, he won a scholarship to undertake Philosophical Research at the University of Birmingham.
Joy graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Comparative Literature. As an avid writer, Joy has studied with award-winning authors like Jeffrey Eugenides, Kirstin Valdez Quade, and Fiona Maazel. Her first novel, The Problem With Helena, was published in 2018.
Julie attended the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor where she majored in psychology and art history. After graduating, she took a position in London, where she worked at Fulbright’s Education Advisory Service (EAS). Since earning a graduate degree in Higher Education Management at the University of Pennsylvania, Julie has worked in the admissions offices at Penn, George Washington University and NYU.
Kelly graduated from Duke University with a double major in Public Policy and International Comparative Studies and a minor in Cultural Anthropology. Her thesis won top prizes and she went on to help found a Duke summer program where students can mentor North Korean refugees and multicultural students in Seoul.
Born and raised in Jordan, Laila earned a BA in Psychology (neuroscience emphasis) from UC Berkeley and an MS in Global Health Sciences from UC San Francisco. As a global mental health specialist working with displaced populations across the Middle East and Europe, Laila founded and led Stanford University’s response to the global displacement crisis.
Mason attended UC Santa Barbara for his undergraduate experience where he double majored in Communication and Psychology with a minor in Music. After graduating, he stayed at UC Santa Barbara as an Admissions Officer, working with students from all over the world as a UCSB and UC-system representative.
Megan earned her BA from Princeton and her MA in the History of Education from Columbia. She’s guided students to admission at Harvard, Stanford, Duke (including the prestigious Robertson Scholarship), Oxbridge, and more.
With a bachelor’s from UC Berkeley and a master’s in Social Science from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Natalie has helped students gain admission to schools including UPenn, Cornell, UChicago, and more.
Nicole studied History and Politics at Oxford after turning down an offer at the prestigious Duke University. Since working at Crimson, her students have won admission to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Oxbridge, and more.
Pao graduated with first-class honours from the University of Cambridge (Christ’s College), where he studied Environment, Law, and Economics (‘Land Economy’). While at Cambridge, he was the president of the Real Estate Society. After graduating, Pao worked at JPMorgan Chase as an investment banking analyst before joining Crimson.
Rohan graduated from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and concentrations in Management and Accounting. After graduation, Rohan was an investment banking analyst with JP Morgan in New York.
Romani was born and raised in London and studied History at Downing College, Cambridge. Romani chose Cambridge for its academic rigor and the opportunity to study History at one of the world’s top universities.
With a bachelor’s in Creative Writing and French (Franklin & Marshall College) and a master’s in Fine Arts (Columbia University), Sana has worked as an admissions consultant for more than five years while also completing a certification in College Counseling from UCLA.
LSE graduate Shihui was accepted to 13 universities including NYU Stern, Boston University, Michigan Ann-Arbor, LSE, and more. In admissions, she has helped students from over 10 countries gain offers to Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial, UCL, LSE, King’s, and other top and Russell Group universities.
Tory graduated from Yale University where she majored in Russian and Eastern European Studies. After Yale, Tory continued her education at Middlebury College where she earned her Master’s in Russian Media Studies.