Member News and Notes

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Our members are movers and shakers. From landing new jobs to publishing books about the admission process, NACAC members were busy in the fourth quarter of 2018.

Check out their accomplishments!

Members on the Move

Andrew Akapnitis is now district director of P-12 guidance for Port Washington Schools (NY). He previously served as assistant principal of Kings Park High School (NY).

Stephanie Bostick is now a college and career counselor at Bob Jones High School (AL). She previously worked in secondary curriculum with Elmore County Public Schools (AL).

Ray Brown is now vice president for enrollment at Valparaiso University (IN). He previously was dean of admission emeritus at Texas Christian University.

Michele Moore is now a regional representative at The University of Alabama. She previously served as an associate college counselor at Trinity Presbyterian School (AL).

Hot Off the Presses


Joann Elliott,
a counselor with College Counseling Tutoring, LLC (MO), recently released When to Do What: A Step-by-Step Guide to the College Process.


Melisa Hypolite
, college advisor with the CollegeBound Foundation (MD), recently released I’m Ready.

Alicia Oglesby, assistant director of college counseling at Bishop McNamara High School (MD), recently released Interrupting Racism: Equity and Justice in School Counseling.

Did you land a new job? Receive an award? Publish a book? Let NACAC know what you’ve been up to by filling out our survey. Member updates will be published quarterly. The survey should be used to report accomplishments from the first quarter (Jan. 1, 2019 to March. 31, 2019). You must be a current member in good standing with NACAC to have your news featured.

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