About me

Houston, TX

I am an Honors graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, where I earned a BBA in Accounting. Upon graduation, I became a CPA and worked for Ernst & Young.  After four years at Ernst, I began working for a multi-billion dollar bank holding company where I stayed for six years, rising to the position of Senior Vice President of Corporate Finance.


Then came the most demanding, and rewarding, job of my life. I became a fulltime mother. During that phase of my life, I raised multi-tasking to an art form. But when it came time to get serious about college admissions for my children, I realized I had a lot to learn. So, I approached the job as any detail-oriented CPA may. I read, researched and prepared for the task. I attended seminars, webinars and asked questions of others who had already survived college admissions. I nagged, cajoled and rode my children mercilessly through the application process. But it paid off for all of us.


After spending two consecutive years shepherding my own children through their college admissions, I came to enjoy what had begun initially as a daunting and terrifying task. Because of our success, other parents began to ask me to help with their children’s college searches and allowed me to help them find the right college matches.

For me, it’s a privilege to be part of a family’s journey during this time. Coaxing essays from reluctant writers, struggling to meet looming deadlines, making tough decisions about which college is really a true fit for a student (vs. which one his friends will attend) are all tasks that can be made easier with some outside guidance. The process of college admissions really shouldn’t be something that your family looks back on as overly stressful or tense.

Jeffrey Wright Hill


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