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Learn more about our counselors, their regions, and their favorite things about Boston. First-year students are welcome to contact their regional counselor?for advice on applying to Emerson. Transfer students should contact our transfer counselors.
If you would like to contact a current Emerson student, connect with one of our Diversity Outreach Interns!
Assistant Director, Multicultural Recruitment Coordinator
Region: Alabama, Connecticut (New London & Windham, New Haven & Middlesex Counties), Georgia, Louisiana, Massachusetts (Boston & Cambridge), Mississippi, Nebraska, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas
cori_bodleyemerson [dot] edu
Associate Director - International and Multicultural Coordinator
Domestic: New Jersey (Bergen, Essex, Hudson & Southern Passaic Counties), New York City (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island, The Bronx & Queens), Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands and American Samoa
International: Africa, Caribbean, Middle East, Oceania and Central, Latin & South America?
"My favorite things about Boston are the vast array of food options and the close proximity to so many other cities!"
camille_bouknightemerson [dot] edu
Region: Alaska, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts (Milton, Lexington & Waltham; Essex, Berkshire, and Franklin?Counties), New York (excluding NYC, Long Island & Westchester and Rockland Counties), New Hampshire, Oregon, Washington
"Born and raised in Massachusetts, Boston was always something special to me. Here at Emerson, our campus?is?Boston. You’ll have access to the City of Champions (nine championships, one decade), the Freedom Trail, some delicious clam chowder, and the latest Emerson Stage show at one of our many performance venues! When people ask me why they should come to Emerson and Boston, I tell them that it has a unique way of becoming your home, making it difficult to ever think about leaving."
michael_brosseauemerson [dot] edu
Region:?Minnesota, New York (Long Island), New Jersey (Central & Southern), Pennsylvania, Wisconsin
"Boston has all the benefits of a major international city with the feel of a neighborhood. You will never be far from the biggest show, concert, or Victory Parade. The mountains and the beach are a short ride away, and with Logan Airport just off the train, the world is quite literally at your fingertips!"
john_dunn2emerson [dot] edu
Region: District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts (Fitchburg & N. Worcester Counties), North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia
"I love the sheer variety of experiences Boston offers in such a relatively small space. You can enjoy nature in the Public Garden or Rose Kennedy Greenway, then visit a hole-in-the-wall, down-an-alley bakery in the North End, and take in a world-class Broadway show, all in the same day."
adriana_guidaemerson [dot] edu
Assistant Director of Visit Experience?
malorie_kranisemerson [dot] edu
"Boston has so much to offer and it is all at our doorstep. From the theatre district to Boston Common, sporting events, shops, restaurants and museums. I enjoy finding something new to explore every day!"
michael_lynchemerson [dot] edu
Associate Director - Regional in Los Angeles?
Region:?California and Hawaii?
"I love that Boston has actual seasons! Living in California I miss the beauty of fall leaves changing, the first blanket of fresh snow, the new life of Spring, and the buzz and excitement surrounding a Boston summer."
amy_mitchellemerson [dot] edu
Associate Director -?Coordinator of Global Partnership Programs
Domestic: Arizona, Arkansas, Missouri, New Mexico, New York (Westchester & Rockland Counties), Nevada, Oklahoma, and Vermont
International: Asia, Canada, Europe, Mexico, and Department of Defense Schools?
"Boston not only has countless options for entertainment in the city, but I love being able to take advantage of the skiing in Vermont in the winter and going to the beaches on Cape Cod and the islands in the summer, both are less than two hours away."
frederik_osborneemerson [dot] edu
Region: Connecticut (Hartford & Tolland?Counties, Fairfield County, Waterbury & Litchfield), Delaware, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts (Norfolk & Bristol Counties, Lowell, Concord & Wellesley), Michigan, Ohio
alexandra_parkeremerson [dot] edu
Visitor Experience Manager
ilka_rivardemerson [dot] edu
Region: Florida, Idaho, Massachusetts (Cape Cod & Islands, Springfield & Hampshire Counties, Quincy & Plymouth, Worcester), Montana, Utah, Wyoming
rafael_trujilloemerson [dot] edu
Assistant Director, Transfer Recruitment
New England states (Transfer students): MA, CT and RI?
Outside New England (Transfer students): AL, DE, FL, GA, IL, IN, KY, MD, MI, MS, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA, SC, TN, VA, WI, WV and District of Columbia
nicholas_washburnemerson [dot] edu
Senior Associate Director, Coordinator of Transfer Recruitment
New England states (Transfer students): MA, VT, NH and ME?
Outside New England (Transfer students): AK, AR, AZ, CA, CO, HI, IA, ID, KS, LA, MT, MN, MO, ND, NE, NM, NV, OK, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA, and WY
"If you like museums like I do, Boston has plenty of them to explore. Art, history, science, you name it- you’ll find something in our museums that will inspire you."
lisa_yaegeremerson [dot] edu