Angel B. Perez, Vice President and Dean of Admission and Financial Aid
A native of Ponce, Puerto Rico, Angel has served in education leadership positions on both the east and west coasts of the U.S. He holds degrees from Skidmore College, Columbia University and is completing a PhD at Claremont Graduate University. He travels globally to speak on issues of American education and is passionate about the transformative power of a liberal arts education. Angel teaches in the College Counseling Certification Program of UCLA and recently served as a fellow at the Bowen Institute for Higher Education Policy. Angel was recently awarded an International Educator’s Fulbright to France. His writing is often featured in publications where he tackles issues affecting students in higher education.
See the The Dean’s Writings.
Recruitment and application reading territories: International Schools (India/All other Countries), U.S. Territories (Guam, Puerto Rico, America Samoa), California select schools in the Los Angeles area
Jamila Everett, Director of Admission
Jamila grew up in Rancho Cucamonga, California and earned her BA in Communication with an emphasis in Media Law & Politics from the University of Southern California. She received her MA in Communication Management from USC’s Annenberg School of Communication, and went on to earn her Doctorate of Education at UCLA. Her dissertation focused on best practices for the recruitment of women to undergraduate programs in engineering.
After working in the USC Annenberg Admissions Office, Jamila served as the Associate Director of Admissions at the California Institute of Technology where she implemented marketing and outreach strategies for Caltech. Jamila oversees the daily operations of the office including the application file review process and recruitment strategies.
Recruitment and application reading territories: International Schools (China), Hawaii, Massachusetts, California (San Gabriel Valley, San Mateo Valley, Santa Clara County, select schools in the Los Angeles area)