Marilee Jones: Tamar Lewin For New York Times

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Marilee Jones is a sought after speaker, consultant and author. Currently, she works as an advisor to prospective college students and their families, helping them navigate through the admissions process. Marilee has had nearly thirty years of invaluable experience as the MIT Dean of Admissions where she was the recipient of MIT’s Excellence Award for Leading Change, as well as MIT’s Gordon Y. Billard Award. During her time at MIT, she was “widely admired, almost revered, for her humor, outspokenness and common sense,” wrote Tamar Lewin for the New York Times. Regrettably, Marilee was asked to resign from her position after it was found that she had misrepresented her academic qualifications. However, this has not set Marilee back. Although

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