Lisa Sohmer, Chair—Sohmer College Counseling (FL)
Tina Brooks—Pomona College (CA)
Craig Grooms—University of Pittsburgh (PA)
Janelle Holmboe—McDaniel College (MD)
Sharon Koenings—The Brookfield Academy (WI)
Oya Nuzumlali Schooley—The Pembroke Hill School (MO)
Edward Truong—University of Puget Sound (WA)
Sarah S. Cox—Journal EditorAngel B. Pérez—Chief Executive OfficerJohn McGrath—Deputy Chief Executive OfficerShanda T. Ivory—Director of CommunicationsPam McKeta—Associate Director of Communications for Digital and Print Media
Jayne Caflin Fonash, President—JCFONASH Consulting (VA)Stefanie Niles, Immediate Past President—Ohio Wesleyan UniversityTodd Rinehart, President-elect—University of Denver (CO)
Sara Brookshire—Harvard-Westlake School (CA)Derek DuBose—University of Denver (CO)Cornell LeSane—Allegheny College (PA)Angelica Melendez—South San Antonio High School (TX)Delorean Menifee—Susquehanna University (PA)Stephen Pultz—University of San Diego (CA)Ken Redd—National Association of College and University Business Officers (DC)Ffiona Rees—University of California–Los AngelesElise Rodriguez—The Dalton School (NY)Jacques Steinberg—Author (NY)David Antoniewicz, Coordinator of the Affiliate Presidents Council—Perkiomen School (PA)
The Journal of College Admission Number 248/Fall 2020 was published with the help of staff and committee contributors.
Sarah S. Cox
Tiziana G. Marchante—Project Coordinator, Educational Content and Policy
Crystal E. Newby—Sr. Associate Director of Education and Training
Oya Nuzumlali Schooley
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