Nickeisha has been working in the education field since 2009. She previously worked as the Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Long Island University located in Brooklyn, NY. Nickeisha holds a Masters in Public Administration from Long Island University, Brooklyn and also graduated from Brooklyn College with top honors, majoring in Political Science and Broadcast Journalism. During her undergraduate career, she joined Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated and still remains an active member. In order to aid in providing a safe and supportive environment, Nickeisha has completed an Educare Child Protection in Education training and Cognitive Coaching training.
With a passion for education Nickeisha has volunteered as a mentor for Camp College, associated with the New York State Association for College Admissions Counseling (NYSACAC). Nickeisha has also conducted a presentation on “Bridging the Gap: Guidance Counselors, Students, and Admission Counselors in association with NACAC’s Summer Academy. She has worked closely with students from diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, and socio-economic status’ with the goal of providing access to quality higher education. Her educational philosophy is to inspire and help students achieve success specifically when it comes to their well-being, ability, and interests.
Richard has worked in the field of higher education for over five years. He obtained his Masters and Bachelors in Psychology from Long Island University, Brooklyn. In his previous role, he served as the Undergraduate Admissions Counselor working with students, parents, faculty, and staff from all levels at his Alma Mater. He is a former member and presenter (“Debunking the Path of the Application” and “Sanctuary Campuses”-2017) of the New York State Association of College Admissions Counsellors and current member of the National College Association of College Admissions Counsellors.
As an instructor he taught incoming college freshman on topics covering resume and cover letter preparation, financial preparedness, stress relief, and study techniques. Richard has a passion for working with international populations and is a firm believer in student advocacy. He believes dialogue and discussion is a key component to understanding one's academic path.
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