Director of Admission and Financial Aid
B.A., Political Science, Princeton University
Molly attended The Taft School, a boarding school in Connecticut, before matriculating to Princeton University where she studied education policy. After graduation, Molly worked at Bear Stearns, an investment bank, and Tutor.com, an online education company, in New York City. The 9/11 attacks inspired Molly to leave New York and move west to explore a career in education. Molly has just completed her twelfth year in the admission office at Colorado Rocky Mountain School, her ninth as the director. In addition to her role at CRMS, Molly serves on the Admission Leadership Council of SSATB as well as on the Steering Committee for the Western Boarding School Association. Molly lives off campus with her husband, Scott, and their three small children, William, Luke, and Emily.
BA, Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder
MA, Family Counseling, University of Northern Colorado
Susan grew up in New York and then attended CU Boulder, studying biology, with an unofficial minor in backcountry adventuring and wilderness whitewater rafting. She then worked as an instructor and course director for the Colorado Outward Bound School. After raising her two sons, one of whom is a 2014 graduate of CRMS, she was inspired to seek a Master’s degree in family counseling, which she completed in May 2017. Susan comes to the admissions office with a passion for helping families connect with their dreams and goals, and supporting young people in their growth and success.
Susan lives in the heart of campus, serves as a student advisor and part-time dorm parent, and also works with the active program.
When not on campus you can find her on one of her many bicycles, paddle board, skis, or possibly on a flight to explore a new a foreign country.
B.S in Business and Administration from Uppsala University in Sweden
Berit was born in Sweden and grew up with parents who loved the outdoors and shared that love with her early on. Berit attended the Jarpen Ski Academy in Sweden and also competed for the Swedish Junior Team in alpine skiing during that time. Berit went onto complete her Bachelors degree in Business and Marketing at the University of Uppsala in Sweden. Berit came to the US in 1992 to coach alpine ski racing with the Aspen Ski Club and fell in love with the Valley. She has worked in the travel industry for 12 years and then as an office manager at ParaYoga for 7 years. She has also served as a volunteer coach for local youth soccer and cross country skiing programs. Berit joined the CRMS admission team in the spring of 2015. She is the proud parent of two wonderful boys Nikken '15 and Colin '17 and loves to travel, hike Colorado's fourteeners, and cross country ski whenever she can.