For more than twenty-five years, Elizabeth Hall Olszewski has been active in the secondary school world, beginning as an alumni volunteer for The Northfield Mount Hermon School. Most recently she served on Northfield Mount Hermon’s Board of Trustees, including their Enrollment Committee, and the Head of School Search Committee. Elizabeth is also an active parent volunteer at the independent boarding school that her daughter attends. In addition, Elizabeth worked for two years as a volunteer in the Admissions Office at The Carroll School as she transitioned her career and launched Hall Educational Resources.
Hall Educational Resources is located in the Greater-Boston area (Amesbury, Massachusetts and Exeter, New Hampshire) and serves families across the United States. Elizabeth frequently travels nationwide to visit schools and programs, allowing her to offer a broad perspective for her clients. In addition, through our involvement and affiliation with the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA), we have access to a worldwide network of professional educational consultants.
Elizabeth holds an Ed.M. from Boston University’s School of Education, a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Gettysburg College and is a graduate of The Northfield Mount Hermon School. Elizabeth is an Professional Member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA) and holds membership in the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs, the International Dyslexia Association, the Small Boarding School Association and the Council for Learning Disabilities. She is also an active volunteer with the Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO).