Meet the College Office
Meghan Farley, DirectorMeg Farley joined the Pingree College Office in 2005 after working in college admissions for eight years (Sacred Heart University and Saint Leo University), followed by three years working in the college office, teaching English, coaching, and advising students at Cheshire Academy in Connecticut. During her time at Pingree, Ms. Farley has been a faculty advisor to the Admission Committee and Director of the Senior Projects program. A frequent speaker at regional and national conferences about the role of college counseling and college admissions, she has been chosen as one of 23 college counselors from both public and private high schools across the country to serve on the Princeton Review’s National College Counseling Advisory Board since 2012. She earned a degree in Psychology from Stonehill College and did her coursework in master’s of Arts in teaching at Sacred Heart University. She believes in a student-centered approach to college counseling and fully enjoys her work with Pingree’s talented students.
Ann Foye, Associate Director
Ann Foye joined the College Counseling Office in 2011, while continuing to be a member of the History department where she has taught since 2005. A graduate of Amherst College, Ms. Foye earned a master’s degree in Teaching from Brown University. She has taught history for over 20 years in independent schools including at Buckingham, Browne and Nichols in Cambridge and at The Head Royce School in Oakland, California.
Edward Kloman, Associate Director
Edward Kloman joins the College Counseling Office for the 2017-2018 academic year while continuing to work in the Pingree English Department where he has taught since 2004. Edward graduated from Trinity College with a degree in History and went on to earn a master's in English through the Breadloaf School of English at Middlebury College. He has taught English and History for the last 27 years in independent and international schools including Buckingham, Browne and Nichols, Boston University Academy and the JFK Schule in Berlin, Germany. Rowing is a constant thread in Edward's teaching life, having coached high school, collegiate, and national teams. When not at school collaborating with students, Edward can be found working in Pingree's greenhouse or conspiring with Alan McCoy to return elm trees to the Pingree campus.
Nicholas Soodik, Associate Director
Nick Soodik joined the Pingree College Office from Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn, NY, where he served for nine years. At Poly, Nick held several positions, serving as the Associate Director of College Counseling, the ninth-grade dean, and a member of the English faculty. He has taught and advised every grade-level in high school and believes that, above all else, his responsibility is to know his students and to provide them with a nurturing and challenging environment in which to grow. He received his bachelor’s degree in English from Northwestern and his master’s degree, also in English, from Cornell. New to the North Shore, Nick enjoys the ambient sound of birdsong and the smell of the sea, though it might take him awhile to come around on New England’s sports teams.
Tracy Johnson, Office Coordinator
Tracy Johnson has worked at Pingree in the College Counseling Office since 1992. She earned her Bachelor’s degree at Amherst College before embarking on a career in the banking industry. She knows the College Counseling Office from the inside out, since she is also the mother of three Pingree graduates who were able to find their "perfect fit" colleges.