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Amy Leib Alexander

College Admissions Consultant
Amy Leib Alexander
College Admissions Consultant
Former admissions officer Yale University
Former independent college advisor ALA Educational Consulting

My Background

I started my career as an assistant director of admissions for Yale University. I was also a liaison for several sports teams (swimming and lacrosse) and coordinated on-campus orientation programs and housing placement. I spent most of my admissions career, however, as an independent college advisor. With over two decades of experience, I have successfully guided hundreds of students from both public and private high schools and varying backgrounds and interests/skills to all sizes and types of colleges and universities.
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Get to Know Me

My Education

Yale University Bachelor's in Socio and Psycho Linguistics
Golden Gate University Master's in Human Resources/Organizational Behavior
I have worked with students interested in:
  • Business
  • Computer science
  • Dance
  • Engineering
  • Film
  • Game design
  • Ivy league
  • Large State Schools
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Nursing
  • Physical therapy
  • Pre-law
  • Pre-med
  • Religious affiliated schools
  • Research universities
  • Science
  • Small liberal arts colleges
  • Teaching/education certification
  • Technology
  • Theater
I have also worked with:
  • Athletes
  • First-generation students
  • International students
  • Students with learning differences
  • Transfer students
Amy Leib Alexander

Some of my favorite pastimes

Yoga, swimming, jogging, scrapbooking, reading, watching movies, and finding great music in NYC
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Amy Alexander was a lifesaver. The help she gave to our daughter, in terms of guiding her in selecting the right colleges to apply to, crafting her essay, and keeping the whole process organized and manageable, was so important to our daughter and to our family.
Parent of a Webster University student

Why I joined

I truly love working with teens on the cusp of adulthood and independence. For me, finding the right, realistic ‘fit’ for a student is one of the most rewarding parts, as is helping the students articulate who they are and what is important to them in their application essay(s). Being introspective at such a young age is no easy task. So it’s exciting and fulfilling to guide the student to look within and figure out what makes them unique, and then to help them present this to the college admissions committee. Simply put, I enjoy working with the students, and I try to make the process more fun and interesting, and less stressful, confusing, and anxiety-provoking.

Interested?

Interested in learning more about how our college admissions counseling services can help your student succeed?

Call 877-402-6224 or complete the form for information on getting your student started with one of our experts.

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