Department: Admissions

Jamie Pine

With majors in American studies and education, Jamie earned her B.A. at Colby College after graduating from the Lincoln School in Providence, Rhode Island. As an undergraduate, she spent four years supporting Colby’s Admissions Office, leading tours and overseeing guides, as well as conducting group information sessions and individual interviews as a senior admissions fellow. Jamie was a leader of…

Alexander Fernández

As a recruitment officer and then assistant director of admissions at Oliver Scholars in New York City over the last three years, Alex has identified, guided, and supported high-achieving elementary and middle school students seeking greater educational opportunities in independent schools. An alumnus of Oliver Scholars, he is a graduate of Concord Academy and Dickinson College, where he earned a…

Leah Silvey

A native of Montreal, Leah knows the independent school world well as a graduate of Phillips Andover Academy, where she was a Phelps Scholar and co-captain of varsity soccer and basketball. At Bates College, she majored in sociology – and minored in both Asian studies and history – and earned the Myhrman/Swett Award for her outstanding thesis. As the varsity…

Anna Marchand

Few here know the School as well as Anna, who grew up on campus as the daughter of Math Department Head Kelly Marchand. After graduating from Middlesex, where she was a four-year standout on the girls’ varsity hockey and lacrosse teams, Anna earned her B.A. in economics at St. Lawrence University, captaining the women’s lacrosse team there as a senior.…

William "Chip" Vigne

Chip is a graduate of Bowdoin College, where he earned a B.A. in history and government. He taught history for five years at Northwood School in Lake Placid, New York, and for three years at Berwick Academy in South Berwick, Maine. Before joining the Middlesex faculty in 1992, Chip was a history teacher and assistant director of athletics at Lawrence…

Doug Price

A graduate of Phillips Academy, Doug earned a B.A. in history from Middlebury College, an M.B.A. in marketing from Northeastern University, and an M.A. in educational administration from Columbia University. For seven years, he served as the director of admissions at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia. Previously, Doug was senior associate director of admissions and director of financial aid…

Erika F. Mills

A 1999 graduate of Middlesex, Erika first returned to campus as a coach with the girls’ crew program (leading her fourth boat to a New England Championship in 2005) and subsequently joined the faculty as an assistant director of admissions in 2008. Erika holds a B.A. in psychology from Connecticut College, where she was a four-year varsity rower and captained…