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It is best to start working together during your student's freshman or sophomore year to help assure your student a place during the crucial junior and senior years. Due to our student-centered approach and custom tailored program, we only accept a limited number of juniors and seniors. 

 

There is no risk to you. That is how strongly we believe in our program and our services. The initial consult is free. Should we decide we are a good match for each other, you will be given a 60 day guarantee that if during this time you decide that our program is not for you, or you are dissatisfied in any way, we will refund 100% of your money. You may keep the materials that have been given to date.

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101 Lindenwood Drive

Suite 225

Malvern, PA 19355

Meet the Team

Pamela C. Duncan, M.S.

The team is led by Pamela Duncan who has more than 35 years experience in assisting children and teens through their growth years in private and public settings. As a school counselor, she has helped hundreds of families with college decisions. Ms. Duncan has earned Masters degrees in both School Counseling and in Community Counseling from Villanova University, and earned her undergraduate degree in education at West Chester University. In addition, Ms. Duncan holds PA Certification in Secondary School Counseling from University of Pennsylvania, and Elementary School Counseling from Villanova University.  She is a member of NACAC.

 

Pam has resided in the local Philadelphia area throughout her life. Her husband is a graduate of McGill University. Her daughter completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Rochester and is currently in medical school. Her son is a graduate of the University of Minnesota - Carlson School of Management, and he secured employment in his field of study immediately upon graduation.

Marda Collett has a B.A. in history with a minor in secondary education from Colby College and an Ed.M. in Administration, Planning and Social Policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

 

Her professional career has been primarily in higher education. She was the Assistant Dean of Admissions for Wheelock College in Boston and the Assistant Director of MBA Admissions for Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business. She also held positions at Caltech as Assistant Dean of Students and Acting Director of Residential Life. In addition, she has worked in university development and alumni relations, and as a consultant for the international executive search firm, Korn Ferry.

 

Marda has been an active volunteer for the Great Valley School District, the Volunteer English Program of Chester County, and the American Cancer Society. She is also active with (WePAC) the West Philadelphia Alliance for Children, a non-profit organization that promotes childhood literacy.

 

She has resided in New England, Texas, California, Alaska and England and frequently visits Norway where her husband’s family resides. Her son currently attends Vanderbilt University and her daughter is a graduate of Colby College now attending medical school.

David W. Cattie, CLU®, ChFC®

David W. Cattie provides college funding analysis and strategies for ProCollege Advisors’ clients. Dave mentors the families through college costs, financial aid and the completion of the FAFSA and CSS Profile. He discusses their college goals combined with the financial resources to help position the student for either more acceptances or more institutional aid or both.

 

Dave is a financial professional with thirty years experience. He has done extensive college planning as well as estate planning concepts and retirement planning strategies. Dave shows his clients strategies that help provide balance to their finances and that create more spendable dollars for lifestyle by assisting his clients with evaluating their current financial strategies in order to help meet their overall financial goals.

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