Based in historic Graham House on the beautiful Dwight-Englewood School campus, our team is here to assist you with the entire D-E Admissions process. We look forward to working with you and hope to see you on campus soon.
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ASSISTANT HEAD OF SCHOOL FOR ADVANCEMENT, DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT
Pat Boig is Assistant Head of School for Advancement and Director of Advancement for Dwight-Englewood School. Ms. Boig joined the D-E team in 2010 as Director of Development and was appointed Assistant Head of School in 2021 and Director of Advancement in 2014. In this role, she has responsibility for Admissions and Development.
SENIOR DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS, DIRECTOR OF LOWER SCHOOL ADMISSIONS
Helen Jerome has spent the last twenty-five years working with children as a counselor, a parent and a volunteer. For the past 21 years, she has been as a parent at Dwight-Englewood and joined the Admissions Office in 2012. Presently, she is the Senior Director of Admissions and Director of Lower School Admissions.
Nasser Samedy joined the Admissions Office in the spring of 2014 as Director of Middle School Admissions. Nasser brings to the Admissions staff a deep understanding of human nature and a love of children and education. The son of Haitian immigrants, Nasser grew up in Queens, NY in a musical family.
DIRECTOR OF UPPER SCHOOL ADMISSIONS, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AID
After graduating from Dwight-Englewood School in 1996, Kavita Bafana has returned to the community as the Director of Upper School Admissions and Assistant Director of Financial Aid. Mrs. Bafana is very excited to work with prospective families going through the secondary school search and looks forward to sharing her unique personal experiences of attending middle and high school at D-E.
Alice Rollo has been in her role as the Enrollment Office Manager for 25 years. Mrs. Rollo is responsible for database management, all operations of the Admissions Office as well as administering admissions testing including the ISEE, the SSAT and D-E placement exams.
Beverley Mac Keen is a naturalized US citizen, born in the Bahamas to Canadian parents. Bev attended and graduated with honors from CornellUniversity. After three decades of pursuing an international career in not-for-profit and commercial theatre production and management, Bev decided to actively focus all of her attention on assisting her children’s communities. Bev is an active volunteer in the Dwight- Englewood Parents' Association having served as the Lower School Vice President, Friends of the Arts (FOTA) Co-Chair and Annual Fund Co-Chair.
Dwight-Englewood is a non-profit corporation accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools. Dwight-Englewood does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, age, national or ethnic orgin, or sexual orientation in its admissions or employment, or in the administration of any of its programs.