Kate Boyle Ramsdell’s college counseling career spans more than two decades. In addition to directing the office, she advises students, supports strategic planning efforts around student well-being, serves on the upper school admission committee, and teaches personal development. She joined the Nobles community as a teaching fellow in the admission and English departments in 1998. Her roles have included interim dean of students, dorm parent, English teacher, coach, and Class I dean. During her sabbatical in 2010, Ms. Boyle Ramsdell worked in the college office at the African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg, South Africa. She has also served on the board of trustees for a Boston-area independent school and as the President of the Williams College Society of Alumni. Kate earned her bachelor’s degree from Williams College and her master’s degree from Tufts University; she also studied as a fellow at Columbia’s Klingenstein Summer Institute. An avid road-tripper who aims to tour all 50 flagship state universities, she has visited almost two dozen so far.

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