Will McCulloch arrived at New Hampton School in the summer of 2009 after living in San Francisco for ten years. He spent five years as the School's Director of Communications and became the Director of Enrollment Management in July 2014. During his first five years at NHS, he was responsible for all marketing and branding efforts in addition to editing Hamptonia, the alumni magazine.
A native of Plymouth, Massachusetts, Will graduated from St. Paul's School in Concord, New Hampshire and Haverford College, where he majored in English and played basketball and baseball for four years. Will has worked for two golf publications as a managing editor, a local television affiliate, the San Francisco Examiner, and the San Francisco Chronicle, where he spent more than three years as a reporter covering, among other things, prep sports and over 300 high schools in the Bay Area.
Will lives in Harvey House with his wife Carolina, a native of Argentina, and his two young children, Santiago and Luna.
Michelle first arrived at New Hampton School in 2009, working for one year in the College Office while completing her M.Ed. in Counseling from the University of New Hampshire. Growing up in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, Michelle began her career in Independent Schools in 2004 at St. Johnsbury Academy as a College Counselor, health teacher, dorm parent, and as a softball and basketball coach.
She joined the New Hampton School Admission Office in 2011 as the Director of Financial Aid and Assistant Director of Admission. From 2014-2016, Michelle worked as Director of Admission for Fryeburg Academy, and during that time broadened her international travel experience, while continuing her passion for Admissions work. When the opportunity to return to New Hampton presented itself in 2016, it was an easy decision to return to the community that has always felt like home.
Michelle resides on campus, and when not working is often attempting to tire her 4-year-old dog, Timber. Fortunately, there are plenty of hiking trails in this beautiful region of NH. She has participated in the Pan-Mass Challenge in 2011 & 2013, and was a virtual rider in 2015, having raised over $13,000.00 to support the Dana Farber Cancer Research Center.
Prior to joining New Hampton School in 2016, Rosemary Landi worked as the Camps & Database Manager at Waterville Valley Black & Blue Trail Smashers Snowsports Educational Foundation (WVBBTS/SEF), home of Waterville Valley Academy. As Camps Manager, she ran an average of 28 camps annually, including local, domestic, and international camps across 3 snowsport disciplines: Alpine Skiing, Freestyle/Freeskiing, and Snowboarding. As the Database Manager, she managed the company’s nonprofit database, Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge, oversaw the website platform, Blackbaud Net Community, and was in charge of Blackbaud Merchant Services, a nonprofit payment processing platform. When initially employed by WVBBTS/SEF in 2012, Rosemary worked as Executive & Advancement Assistant. From 2001 to 2011, she worked as a Marketing and Sales Executive at sitour USA.
A native of Kingston, New York, Rosemary moved to New Hampshire in 2011. She has a son, Peter, who is Director of Banking Initiatives at GE Capital in Stamford, CT, and a daughter, Courtney, who is pursuing her MFA in Writing (Fiction) at the University of New Hampshire. Rosemary enjoys cooking, hiking, spending time with her family, and traveling. She resides in Waterville Valley with her husband, Jeff, and their Australian cattle dog, Zippy.
Ryann received her BA in English Journalism from the University of New Hampshire. Following college, she resided in Boston for years before making her way back to New Hampshire, her home state. Ryann worked in Development at St. Paul's School prior to joining New Hampton School in 2008.
Since her arrival at New Hampton, Ryann has worked in the Alumni, Communications, Admission Offices. She joined the Admission Team in 2014 and enjoys sharing her love for the school with prospective families. Ryann lives in New Hampton with her husband Scott and their three children Finn, Declan, and Brighton. She enjoys reading, hiking, running, traveling, and spending time outdoors.
James Pinkham arrived at New Hampton School in 2016 from the Admission Office at Ridley College, a K-12 International Baccalaureate boarding school located in Ontario. He taught, coached, and was a dorm parent at the Forman School (CT) for several years before starting his career in admissions. Originally from Rhode Island, James was a four-year boarding student at Pomfret School. Following Pomfret, he earned his degree in history from St. Lawrence University where he worked in the admission office, lived abroad in Denmark, and was a member of the football team. Continuing his education, James earned his M.S.Ed in Educational Leadership in 2014.
In the office, James assists prospective students and their families and travels both domestically and internationally. James live on campus in Clark House, coaches Men's JV Lacrosse in the spring, and is a house parent.
In his spare time, James enjoys playing golf, supporting New England sports teams, cooking, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
Chris Simons began his career at New Hampton School as an Assistant Director of Admission in 2016. Before his arrival in the admission office, he spent three seasons coaching Men’s JV soccer and JV lacrosse at New Hampton School while earning a degree in Sports Management from Plymouth State University.
A native of Brockton, Massachusetts, Chris is a graduate of Cardigan Mountain School and St. Paul’s School. He also attended Choate Rosemary Hall as a postgraduate student.
Before returning to the Granite State in 2012, he spent six years as the Director of Youth Group Programs at Outward Bound for Thompson Island in Boston and San Francisco. He was responsible for marketing and customizing experiential learning expeditions for middle school, high school, and undergraduate student groups.
Chris lives in New Hampton Village with his wife, Erika, and their three children, Creston, Ivy, and Ruthie. They love to travel and spend time outdoors on the mountains and lakes in the region.
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