Great Expectations only hires a mere 1-2% of its applicants — our staff is made up of the most experienced, educated, friendly, and charismatic education experts out there.

Molly H

ClassicCollege CounselorAthletic Recruitment Counselor
EducationEarned a B.A. in Feminist Studies with a minor in Applied Psychology toward Counseling from UC Santa Barbara; earned an M.A. in School Counseling with a PPS Credential from Saint Mary's College of California; earned Certificate in College Counseling through UC Los Angeles Extension
HobbiesBeach days, stand-up-paddleboarding, body surfing, hiking, camping, travel, photography, watching sports (Go Warriors!), exploring LA, and spending time with family, friends, and my golden retriever, Rio!
Test Prep
Academic Subjects
General StrengthsTime management, managing/supporting general anxiety, HBCU universitiesacademic writing, organizational skills, managing test anxiety, creative writing, study skills, technical writing, students with learning differencesediting and proofreading college essays, social science programs, resume review/evaluation, course selection for high school, UC specialization, athletic recruitment process, college research and advisement, humanities programs, Cal State specialization, college list building, transcript analysis, interview skills
Related ExperienceCurrently a full time Counselor at Palisades Charter High School; served previous two years as a counselor at a public high school in Alameda, CA; certified school counselor with pupil personnel services credential; former NCAA Division I water polo intercollegiate student athlete; competed in the Big West division; former Student Athlete Association Board Team Representative; experienced in UC Education Abroad Programs; member of the American School Counselor Association; member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling; currently holds Youth Mental Health First Aid Instructor certificate; experience working with a wide range of students with different backgrounds; familiar with 504 accommodations and IEPs