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Meet the College Admissions Team

Accepted’s college admissions consultants have helped thousands of college applicants get accepted for the past 30 years. As professional admissions consultants with more than 50 years  combined of direct admissions committee experience, our team knows the application process inside and out.

When you choose Accepted, you’ll have a passionate and invested admissions consultant dedicated to helping you specifically, in addition to the support of a team of uncommonly talented professionals, including former admissions directors, program directors, and career coaches.

We have helped applicants get into more than 125 colleges around the world, including Harvard, Yale, NYU, Cornell, Brown, and Johns Hopkins. Click here to view a complete list of all the undergraduate programs our clients have been accepted to.

Get to know our college consultants and you’ll see why Accepted can help YOU get accepted!

Marie Todd

Marie has more than 30 years’ experience in higher education and consulting. At Accepted, she specializes in undergraduate admissions, helping domestic and international clients gain admission to top U.S. colleges, including Stanford, Berkeley, Duke, and Notre Dame. She was a University of Michigan application review specialist for five seasons and is now committed to helping her clients highlight their unique strengths and perspectives. Her working style is positive, constructive, honest, and supportive.

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Natalie Grinblatt Epstein

An AIGAC member and Michigan Ross MBA, Natalie has served as admissions dean/director at Michigan Ross, Cornell Johnson, and ASU Carey. With almost two decades of admissions experience, she’s helped hundreds of clients get admitted to top U.S. and international business schools, graduate programs, colleges, and universities in her 15 years as a consultant. Described by her clients as strategic, engaged, creative, nurturing, and direct, she’s earned high ratings on Poets&Quants, GMAT Club, and Trust Pilot.

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Madison Searle

As a former director for three undergraduate honors programs at the College of Natural Sciences at UT Austin, Madison read more than 5,000 applications while also advising students applying to graduate and professional programs. He has taught writing seminars to pre-med students and is a freelance writer himself. His goal is to help applicants communicate clearly, concisely, and in their authentic voice. He has helped hundreds of pre-health professional students prepare for and apply to medical, dental, veterinary, and pharmacy schools.

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Alice Diamond

Formerly the associate dean for career and community service at Lesley University, Alice brings 35 years of experience in career and admissions advising for undergraduate and graduate students. She has expertise in working with candidates applying to top programs in a wide range of fields including psychology, social work, public health, public policy, education, expressive arts therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and environmental studies.

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Client Feedback
Working with Alicia on my common application essay was an extremely great and beneficial experience. Her guidance was extremely helpful in thinking of the right idea for the essay and in expanding on the topic to best answer the question. She was extremely kind and provided me with many suggestions and ideas that really improved the quality of the essay. In just one hour, she transformed my essay into a strong piece of writing that I feel confident in, and which truly expresses who I am for colleges to see. She also showed me how helpful and important writing outlines for essays is, which is a skill that will greatly help me when I go to college. Overall, Alicia's kindness, leadership, and expertise made the experience extremely great, and this could not have been possible without her assistance! Read more