A veteran college counselor and educator, Meghan Hamilton has been at Nobles since 2005. In addition to working in the college office for nearly 20 years and serving as an advisor, Ms. Hamilton’s roles have also included associate dean of students, Class I dean, history teacher, admission officer, dorm parent, and coach of the girls varsity soccer and lacrosse teams. She spearheads the office’s gap year programming, including coordinating the annual USA Gap Year Fair, which draws dozens of programs and hundreds of interested students to campus each January. Ms. Hamilton earned a bachelor’s degree from Williams College and a Master’s in Education from Boston College’s Lynch School of Education. She also studied as a summer fellow at Columbia University’s Klingenstein Institute. A two sport athlete in college, Meghan traded in her cleats for long hikes with her puppy, container gardening, and coaching youth soccer. She also spends lots of time in ice hockey rinks around New England cheering on her two sons despite the fact that she herself cannot skate. 

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