Meet the Advancement Team
A graduate of Princeton University, Laurie began her career in education teaching history at Regis High School in New York City. A native of Long Island, she is delighted to be exploring New York with her English husband and their two young children. Laurie's daughter is a member of Hewitt's Class of 2031.
Emily began her career in the startup world, working in sales at LivingSocial. She then served as the assistant director of annual giving at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School in Alexandria, Virginia. Her three years at SSSAS instilled in Emily a passion for fundraising, volunteer management, and independent schools. Emily received a B.A. in strategic communications with a minor in American studies from Elon University.
Raised on Long Island and in New York City, Glenn ventured to the midwest to attend Northwestern University. He later earned his M.B.A at Columbia University. Glenn and his partner enjoy taking advantage of all New York has to offer, especially the city’s theaters, museums, and restaurants, and they can often be found on the tennis court playing mixed doubles.
Prior to working at Hewitt, Kelsey served as the events manager at SUNY Purchase College, where she ran events for the admissions department and oversaw the tour guide program. Kelsey first discovered her love of education and event management while working in the development events office at The University at Albany (SUNY), where she earned a B.A. in psychology with a minor in education, and an M.S. in higher education administration.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, Renata is a graduate of the Trinity School and the University of Pennsylvania, where she studied psychology with minors in legal studies and Africana studies. As a member of Trinity’s Alumni Board, and Prep for Prep’s Board of Trustees and Alumni Association Council, Renata understands the importance of authentically engaging Hewitt’s alumnae and building on their experiences with this special school. In her free time, Renata likes to travel, bake, and attend concerts.
Previously, Sebastian was a program assistant and adjunct faculty member at New York University. He has a B.A. in English literature from Metropolitan State University of Denver and an M.F.A. in poetry from NYU.