The Foundation for a Meaningful Life Kindergarten - Grade 9 in Southborough, MA
Meet the Team
Our team is excited to assist you with any part of the admission process. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or to schedule a campus visit. Our office hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT.
Beth Whitney has enjoyed working in education for more than 20 years as a teacher, advisor, coach, and administrator. She joined Fay School in 2010 as the Director of Admission and says “I have the best job in the world - every day I get to talk with students and parents about their aspirations and dreams.” Her previous admissions experience has included Middlebury College, Yale University, and Choate Rosemary Hall.
Beth was nominated Middlebury College’s Woman of the Year in 1998, received a Marin Education Fund Hero in Education Award in 2003, and represented the United States at the United Nations’ University for Peace Educating for the 21stCentury program in 2006. Beth has published articles and photographs in magazines, newspapers, and books, and she was a contributing editor for the National Association for Independent School’s book International Students in Independent Schools: A Guide for Educators (2nd ed.) in 2013. She serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Association of Independent School Admission Professionals (AISAP) and serves on the Junior Boarding Schools Association Steering Committee. She has presented at conferences of The Enrollment Management Association; NAFSA: Association of International Educators; The Independent Educational Consultants Association; The Association of Boarding Schools; the Council for Advancement and Support of Education; and AISAP. Beth lives on campus with her husband and three daughters, two of whom attend Fay.
Andy Ferrara joined the Office of Admission in 2016. His early work experience included several years as a lower and middle school classroom teacher, Dean of Students, and in admissions at area independent schools. Additionally, Andy spent many years as a tennis professional at area clubs, as well as a coach at the high school and collegiate level. Here at Fay, Andy finds it gratifying to work with families through the admission process and help them to begin a journey and a partnership that will positively impact their lives.
Andy lives in suburban Boston with his wife Chris, their two teenage children Andrew and Elena, and Toby the family’s loyal and squirrel-crazed dog. He enjoys spending time with family, writing, fundraising for charities he holds dear, traveling to sports car races and auctions across North America, playing tennis and golf, and cooking with his kids.
Matt Greene is thrilled to be a part of Fay School’s admission staff. Since joining the team in 2015, he has worked as an advisor, substitute teacher, coach, and member of Fay's residential life program. As the Admission Office's Athletics Outreach Coordinator, he helps prospective families learn more about Fay's wide range of athletic offerings in grades 5-9.
Before coming to Fay, Matt was a teacher, advisor, and dorm parent in Lawrence Academy’s Ninth Grade Program, where he also coached soccer, basketball, hockey, lacrosse, and baseball. Prior that that, he worked at The Woodhall School in Connecticut as a tenth and eleventh grade history teacher and also served as a dorm parent, advisor, and three-season coach.
Matt currently lives in Westford, and in his spare time he serves as a head coach for the Northeast Eagles, an AAU baseball team. He stays active with running, playing golf, and tennis, as well as participating in multiple “old-man league” sports, such as soccer, hockey, and softball.
Assistant to the Director of Admission
Admission Office Data Manager
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