A lifelong resident of Southern California, Dr. Jamila Everett joined the Webb Admission Office after 17 years in admission leadership roles at Pitzer College, Caltech and the University of Southern California. Jamila loves the social and intellectual energy of the Fawcett Library at Webb and the overall dedication to innovation and unbounded thinking by students and faculty.
Jeff joined the Webb community in 2009. In addition to serving on the Admission and Financial Aid Committees, Jeff heads up the baseball program and has been a freshman and sophomore advisor as well a member of the weekend activities team.
Sarah comes to Webb from the world of college admissions, where she recruited international and out-of-state students. Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Religion from St. Olaf College and a Master of Arts in English from California State Polytechnic University Pomona. Sarah finds personal significance in the Honor Code at Webb, her life motto being that sometimes you have to do the things you don’t want to do, in order to become the person that you want to become.
Born and raised as a TCK (Third Culture Kid) in Guatemala, Central America, David comes to The Webb Schools with eight years of college admission experience, having served his last appointment at Villanova University. Being no stranger to boarding schools, he spent his first eight years of life at a small boarding school located in the highlands of Guatemala where his parents served as dorm parents and faculty.
Amy joined Webb in 2009 as the Executive Assistant to the Office of Admission. She has a sincere passion for helping families navigate and complete the application process and is able to provide a depth of understanding as she coordinates many aspects of the online application. Amy enjoys sharing the experiences her children have had at Webb and helping parents see the possibilities for their own child.
Karley holds the Admission Coordinator position in the office and is dedicated to assisting families with the Admission process in order to help prospective students achieve success. When she was younger, she remembers spending a summer at Webb with the Junior Paleontology Program, digging for fossils.