Kaylin is an experienced college counselor with a deep understanding of the difficulties faced by immigrant families in navigating college admissions. She has worked as a college admissions counselor in top international high schools in China and as Director of Academics overseeing academic advising services at a leading Northern California high school.
As a first-generation college student, I was once just as mystified as you are by the college admissions landscape in the U.S. That is why I am committed to supporting students and families in navigating these challenges. My experiences span from helping students craft individualized college admission plans as a college counselor, launching college counseling programs as college counseling director, and structuring curriculum and academic advising programs as academics director. Regardless of my role, I have always valued my connections with students and families. Helping students blossom to their fullest potential will always be my primary goal!
I believe the college planning process offers students many opportunities to explore their interests, hone in on their strengths, and reflect on their identity. I serve as a guide to help students capture these opportunities for growth and best showcase their unique selves during college admissions.
In my spare time, I enjoy putting together puzzles, checking out art museums, cross-stitching, painting, hiking, and hanging out with my cat.
- M.A. Education and Human Development – George Washington University
- B.A. Sociology – University of California, Berkeley