Columbia University, B.A.
Don has been with EssayEdge since 2004 and has a B.A. from Columbia, with whose admissions office he worked following his graduation. Don is also a decorated military veteran; his 15 minutes of fame came in 1994, when he was the bilingual master of ceremonies for two of the five official state ceremonies held in Normandy to commemorate the 50th anniversary of D-Day. It was Don who introduced U.S. President Bill Clinton and French President Francçois Mitterrand in the Utah Beach “21-Gun” ceremony broadcast live worldwide. Don has lived extensively in Europe and is fluent in both French and German. Don works with applicants in all EssayEdge markets and has helped countless EssayEdge clients secure admission to the world’s leading academic programs. In his spare time he enjoys working out, running with his dog, Sage (a malamute/shepherd mix), and actively serving in his local Catholic parish.
"I really feel that Don genuinely cares about the well-being of his clients. He really wants them to succeed in whatever field they are interested in because you can see it in his work and the way he explains, step-by-step, what he has done and why. I am really at a loss for words for how much Don has helped me throughout my application process."