Lorry Krone, M.A., C.A.C.
Lorry is a native New Yorker who moved to California in 1997. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from SUNY Geneseo and M.A. in Community Psychology and Counseling from Russell Sage Graduate School. She earned her certification in College Admissions Counseling from UC Berkeley Extension in 2013. In New York, she was a therapist who specialized in working with troubled teens and their families. Her work experience also includes assisting in the managing of a community-based agency that had two group homes for court involved teens. Currently, she is a child welfare worker for Marin County Department of Children and Family Services where she has been there for more than 17 years. Lorry is one of the founders and board member of the Marin School of Environmental Leadership, a magnet program at Terra Linda high school. She also serves on the Marin County Student Attendance Review Board and served on the Marin School of the Arts Foundation Board for four years. Lorry is a member of the Western Association of College Admission Counselors (WACAC) and of the Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA). She lives in Marin with her husband, two children and her two pugs.
Lorry believes that there is a college out there for every student who wants to attend. It is her job to work with students and their families to determine which schools will meet their academic, social, emotional and financial needs. She also believes that with proper guidance, planning for college and the application process can be relatively stress-free so that students and their families can “live in the moment” and enjoy their high school years instead of worrying about the future.
Anne Anderson, C.A.C.
Anne Anderson grew up in Marin County. After graduating from Redwood High she deferred attending college full-time and spent the next three years working and traveling through Asia, the Middle East, Central America and Europe. After two years at the College of Marin, she transferred to the University of San Francisco and ultimately graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in Psychology. After graduating, Anne moved to Seoul, South Korea where she taught English for one year. Anne completed her certificate in College and Career Planning from UC Berkeley in 2012. Anne is a founding member of the Marin School of Environmental Leadership, a magnate program at Terra Linda High School and plays an active role in that community. Anne works part-time with College Dream Team, a college access program for first-generation, low-income students at San Rafael High.
She also volunteers as a mentor and scholarship essay reader for 10,000 Degrees. Anne believes that not all students take the traditional route to obtaining a college degree and feels that she is able to assist students on all paths to a higher education. Anne lives in San Rafael with her husband and three daughters. Together, Anne and Lorry aim to visit 15 colleges a year.