Keith joins admissions office

 

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Melody Tang ’22

Robin Keith (P ‘15, 16)  joined the Admission office as an admission intern.

Keith worked at Curtis School for nine years before moving to John Thomas Dye School last year. There, she worked with John Amato, the former Harvard-Westlake Vice President.

Keith studied at UCLA before moving on to work in marketing and communications.

Keith said that she is very interested in the admissions process.

“I love working in education, and I think that it is sacred work. Playing a role in providing an education to young people who will be the future leaders of our world is very exciting,” Keith said.

Keith said that she has great respect for the faculty and staff as a part of the community.

“It was wonderful to work in partnership with the school in raising my children. I developed strong relationships with many of the teachers, deans and administrators, and that is something that I really treasured, I’m thrilled to be playing a different role here,” Keith said.

In her spare time, Keith said she loves going to see musicals and films. Recently, she was able to go and see the musicals “Hamilton” and “Dear Evan Hansen.”

“Both of those performances were amazing, and I love them,” Keith said.

Keith said that she is excited and looking forward to meeting the new applicants and go through the cycle of the upcoming admission season.

Colleagues say they are grateful to have her as a part of the admissions team.

“She is a real team player and is always willing to help,” Senior Associate Director of Admissions Michelle Hung ’91 said.

 

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