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- Nina Marks former college counselor at the National Cathedral School. She is founder of Marks Counseling Associates, LLC and the non-profit Collegiate Directions, Inc.
- William Wells Director of Financial Aid at Wake Forest University.
- James Boyle President, College Parents of America
- Kim Clark senior writer for U.S. News and World Report
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