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After switching career paths in 2006, Lori found her true calling working with students; first in transfer college admissions and career centers, and eventually settled into the independent college counseling field.  She has helped hundreds of high school and transfer students successfully navigate their college application process. She holds a Master's Degree in Psychology & Career Counseling and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. Her philosophy is to provide personalized logistical support to students as they develop their college application profile that leads to academic, vocational, and personal success.  
Lori is a member of HECA (Higher Education Consultants Association), NACAC (National Association for College Admissions Counseling) and WACAC (Western Association for College Admissions Counseling). She frequently visits colleges and attends UC, CSU, Regional and National College Admissions Counseling conferences. 
Visit Lori's blog Thinking About College”. 
The role of an independent counselor is not to replace the high school counselor, but instead, support the student and family through research, collaborating, coaching, and helping the student and family successfully manage their college applications. Independent college admissions advisors provide multiple hours advising and supporting in a non-biased, third-party perspective to the student's college application process. 






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