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Elisa O'Neal

Elisa O'Neal

Admission Counselor

Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Northwestern University

Greater Chicago Area, us

I thrive on teams that create experiences to educate and serve people, particularly through higher education. I'm interested in how today's women make decisions that create personal and professional balance in a world of expanding choice, which has become my passion and my master's thesis.

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Northwestern University

BS, Education and Social Policy

My time at Northwestern taught me that a love for human development and learning can take many forms outside the traditional classroom setting. Professionally, I'm interested in the transformative power of higher education for untapped people— those of us who haven't been well served in the past but have high potential for the future.

Northwestern University

BS, Education and Social Policy

My time at Northwestern taught me that a love for human development and learning can take many forms outside the traditional classroom setting. Professionally, I'm interested in the transformative power of higher education for untapped people— those of us who haven't been well served in the past but have high potential for the future.

Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Northwestern University

Admission Counselor

● Evaluate 500+ applications during recruitment season with 9% acceptance rate and supporting strategic goals for increased student diversity by 2020
● Coordinate 2 days of programming for admitted students as part of recruitment and outreach team
● Supervise and train 14 undergraduate counselors in operational best practices, admissions knowledge, and information session delivery
● Deliver 2-3 information sessions per week to 150+ visitors about the undergraduate experience and admissions process
● Host up to 1,000 daily visitors in visitors’ center, including in-person application counseling for students and their families and group visits