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Admission Representatives by Region

If your region is not listed below, please feel free to reach out to any one of our team members. Each Admission Representative will be more than happy to help you. To get in touch with your Admission Representative, simply email and include your city and state in the subject line (for example, "Student Inquiry from College Park, Maryland").

Adrian Rodriguez

  • Frederick County

Albert Clarke

  • Prince George's County

Careena Manoukian

  • Western Maryland

Courtney Milton

  • Baltimore City

Danielle Audley

  • Carroll County

Jennifer Pham

  • Anne Arundel County

Jordan Fields

  • Southern Maryland

Lambert Aryee

  • Baltimore County

Larry Kalangie

  • Eastern Shore

Maggie Doran

  • Cecil County
  • Harford County

Nicholas Orban

  • Baltimore Area Private Schools

Ryan Clear

  • Montgomery County

Taylor Duvall

  • Howard County

Careena Manoukian

  • New Jersey (Northern)
  • New York (Long Island: Nassau County)

Danielle Audley

  • Washington, D.C. Area Private Schools

Janan Thom

  • Virginia (Northern)

Jordan Fields

  • New Jersey (Central, Southern)
  • New York (Long Island: Suffolk County)

Kenya Taylor

  • New York City

Lambert Aryee

  • Delaware
  • Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh)

Olander Fleming

  • Washington, D.C. Public Schools

Robert Olivieri

  • Virginia (Richmond, Tidewater Region)

Ryan Clear

  • Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)
  • Virginia (Northern)

Taylor Duvall

  • New York (Rockland County, Westchester County)

Jennifer Pham

  • Rhode Island

Katie Kluetz

  • Massachusetts (Boston)

Kenya Taylor

  • Connecticut

Maggie Doran

  • New Hampshire

Adrian Rodriguez

  • North Carolina
  • Texas (Dallas, Houston)

Olander Fleming

  • Florida
  • Georgia

Jennifer Pham

  • Colorado

Larry Kalangie

  • California

Robert Olivieri

  • Illinois (Chicago)
  • Ohio (Cleveland, Columbus)


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