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Edmit was founded by parents and former university leaders who understand how emotional and confusing this process can be. Our mission-driven team combines experience in finance, education, data, and technology to bring you great advice at every step of the process.
Nick was previously Northeastern University's Vice President for New Ventures. At Northeastern, Nick launched the first university bootcamp which was recognized as an exemplar innovation by the U.S. Department of Education. Nick has been invited to White House convenings for his work at Northeastern and Edmit, and his articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Barron's, CNBC, and Money. He earned his JD, with Honors, at the University of Texas at Austin, and his BBA at Emory University's Goizueta Business School.
Sabrina was previously an AVP at Southern New Hampshire University and the award-winning College for America program. She has worked with leading higher education institutions throughout her career, with experience in the non-profit, corporate, and technology and publishing sectors. She has an MBA from Stanford University and a BA in Religious Studies from Yale University.
Seth is the Director of School Partnerships at Edmit. Seth previously worked for District of Columbia for over a decade as a College Summit teacher, academic department chair, and as a partnerships manager. Seth is a DC Teaching Fellow, a Flamboyan Foundation Family Engagement Fellow and was honored with the DCPS Inspirational Educator Award. Before transitioning to the world of education Seth was an investment banking analyst and marketing manager. Seth earned an MA in Education from George Washington University and a BA in Economics and History from Vanderbilt University.
Jack is a third-year student at Northeastern University, pursuing a B.S. in Computer engineering. While currently on a co-op with Edmit, Jack has decided to take additional time away from school to continue working with the team. Prior to this year, Jack spent time as an engineering intern for Edmit and as a part-time employee during school. Jack also brings experience from Northeastern tech-support and conducting business and retail sales at Apple.
Brilene has spent most of her career in financial services. She was a financial advisor for many years before transitioning to a financial literacy start up where she split her time between content creation and partnerships. She is a member of the MassHire South Shore Workforce Board and the Quincy Chamber of Commerce, where she serves as Treasurer. Brilene earned her Masters of Business Administration at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She graduated, Cum Laude, from Fairfield University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and English. She has been recognized by both the South Shore Stars and the Cape and Plymouth Business Journal with 40 under 40 awards.
Carly is dedicated to designing systems and experiences that chip away at tough problems. Her constant goal is to impact the end user in positive ways while keeping things lean and efficient internally. She spent 5 years as an integral part of building the first and now thriving Student Debt Program at Fidelity Investments. She has also worked on ground breaking AI image recognition software, a failed social network for creative people and a successful marketing automation startup. Her favorite word is why and after graduating with $90k in student debt she feels more passionate than ever to help kids like her not make the same mistakes she did.
Beth is the Director of Revenue Operations at Edmit. She previously worked at Southern New Hampshire University and HubSpot in a variety of leadership roles across marketing and customer support. Beth is passionate about leveraging technology with a human touch to create positive customer experiences. She has a degree in mathematical sciences from Bentley University.
Matt has spent most of his career in the higher education admissions and technology space. As the product management leader for The Common Application for over 11 years, Matt helped guide the organization and platform through significant expansion to serve millions of students, school counselors, and teachers. He also worked with the National Student Clearinghouse, Datatel/Ellucian, ApplyYourself, and as a classroom teacher with Fairfax County Public Schools. Matt earned a BS in Technology Education from Virginia Tech.
Howie leads the engineering team at Edmit. He is passionate about building products to help families make better college choices. He has many years of leadership experience in both engineering and product at several early stage companies including a Mass Mutual startup focused on financial literacy. Howie has a Babson MBA and is an adjunct entrepreneurship professor at his alma mater, Cooper Union.
Kirby has led numerous go-to-market organizations throughout his career in the education industry, including TenMarks Education, an early personalized math curriculum that was acquired by Amazon; Flocabulary, a viral K12 app that fuses hip-hop music with content across the curriculum, acquired by Nearpod; and most recently, BroadReach EdTech Advisors, consulting with ed-tech enterprises on growth strategy and execution. He serves on the advisory board of the Barbara Bush Foundation for Adult Literacy and is on the board of directors of Education Modified. Kirby graduated with a BA from Middlebury College.
Steve has spent his entire career working at and with innovative organizations committed to finding more effective ways to serve students. First as a high school educator at schools in Steamboat Springs, Colorado and Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood, he more recently helped EverFi bring their co-curricular instructional software to communities across the country and helped the BetterLesson team deliver more personalized and impactful professional development to educators. He holds degrees from Colby College and the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Drew has previously worked as a senior engineer at The Teaching Institute for Excellence in STEM, Singularity University, and as director of technology of a national animal protection organization. As a former Mozilla Ford Open Web Fellow and a Code for America Fellow he has led open data initiatives with NGOs and municipal government. He founded VegFest, a nonprofit organization that hosts award-winning food festivals.
Andy was a Senior Web Engineer at Cambridge startup incubator Cogo Labs and graduated from Launch Academy's programming apprenticeship. Andy is a published illustrator and founding member of the Boston Comics Roundtable, a collective of artists and writers in the Boston area. They created the Boston Comics Art Foundation and the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo: supporting, funding and promoting the work of local artists in the Greater Boston community.
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