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.
Associate Director of Admission
Juris Doctor, Washington & Lee University School of Law
AB, Public Policy Studies & Art History, Duke University
Julie practiced law for 14 years in North Carolina and Maryland, culminating in her role as Senior Surety Claim Attorney for Travelers, before transitioning her career to education where she then worked for 15 years as the Assistant Director of Admissions for the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School’s MBA Program. She’s lived in Carbondale for the past 11 years with her husband, Pete, and two children, Emily, CRMS ’18, and Andy, CRMS ’20, bringing the CRMS parent perspective to her Admission role. Julie has volunteered extensively with local students and the CRMS (HS)2 Program to prepare them for boarding school and college, and also leads the local chapter of Duke University’s Women’s Forum. When she is not working, Julie loves hiking local trails, photography, and spending time with family.
BA, Philosophy, Rollins College
After college, Nicole lived and worked in New York City for 10 years. She worked as a Design Assistant at Banana Republic/Gap Inc., and as the PR Manager for Pepe Jeans before transitioning to the magazine publishing industry. While working for Food & Wine Magazine she met her future husband and moved to the Roaring Fork Valley. Nicole has lived in Basalt for the past 20 years with Devin and their two sons, Riley CRMS '19, and Wheeler, CRMS '23. Riley is attending Middlebury College in Vermont, and Wheeler is thrilled to be a student at CRMS.