Meet the Admissions Team
We are here to help you navigate the admissions process and look forward to getting to know your family! If you have any questions or want more information about The Hewitt School, please contact us using the information below.
Thérèse brings to Hewitt over a decade of experience working in admissions and financial aid at day and boarding schools on the East and West Coasts. Most recently, she was the director of admission and enrollment at the French American International School, a PK-12 school in San Francisco, where she led enrollment of over 1000 students and developed admissions programming for prospective students, parents, and guardians.
Thérèse graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Jewish studies and international studies from the Honors Program at the City University of New York – where she was awarded a Colin Powell Leadership Fellowship – and has her Masters in Education in school leadership from the University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education.
Prior to coming to Hewitt, Jennifer worked in administrative positions at Teachers College, Columbia University, and at the J. Paul Getty Museum. She has also served as an assistant teacher for middle school students through the Journeys Into American Indian Territory museum program and as a writer and research editor at a variety of magazines.
Jennifer holds a bachelor’s degree in women's studies from Occidental College, a master's degree from NYU in humanities and social thought, and a master's from Teachers College at Columbia University in clinical psychology. Her personal interests include researching wellness and mind-body medicine practices and exploring museums and nature. Jennifer's two children fill her days with activities and joy.
Prior to joining the Hewitt community, Megan served as co-director of high school placement at Rodeph Sholom School for eight years. During her 18 year tenure there she wore many hats, including enrollment associate, middle school assistant, and middle school advisor.
Megan received a B.A. in international studies from Kenyon College and a master’s in social work from NYU. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, reading, solving crosswords, and exploring Brooklyn with her son.
Prior to joining Hewitt, Christina worked at Barrow Street Nursery School as a teacher of two and three year olds, and spent time at the Parents League of New York assisting with workshops and events. Christina received a B.S. in psychology with a focus on childhood development from Trinity College, and loves spending time with children.