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President, Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling 2016-2017
Over 20 years experience guiding thousands of students as an independent college counselor, school counselor, dean of students, history teacher and coach
A.S., Harvard Graduate School of Education; M.Ed., John Carroll University; B.A., College of Wooster
Eva began her college admissions career in 1991. Since then, she has worked with thousands of college applicants in two admission offices (Harvard University, The College of Wooster) and three high schools (Detroit Country Day School, The Holton-Arms School, St. John’s School-Houston). She has visited scores of colleges and was twice certified by the Harvard Admissions Institute. Eva is an active member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling and also the current President of the Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling. In 2002, Eva earned Michigan’s “Up and Coming Member Award” when she worked at Detroit Country Day School, and also received the 2010 “Up and Coming Member Award” in acknowledgment of her contributions as an independent college counselor.
Eva’s passion is working with high school students and their families as they navigate the college admission process. She enjoys matching the unique talents and characteristics of students with ideal colleges, while ensuring that the applicant is showcased to his or her best possible advantage in the college application process. She specializes in counseling athletes, visual artists, and performing artists and is experienced in international university admission, including the UCAS system and the Canadian university system.
Born the same week that both Bo Schembechler—as a rookie coach—upset Ohio State, and men walked on the moon, Eva has always been a fan of those who dream big. She thinks she has the best job on the planet supporting students as they discover opportunities and choose inspiring paths. When she isn’t working with students, Eva is