Rachel Klein-Ash

Associate Director of College Counseling

Joined Milton in 1996

cc_rachelOriginally from Maine, Ms. Klein-Ash came to Milton via Washington, D.C., where she worked in public policy for several years. In addition to her college counseling role, Rachel wears many Milton hats: she is a house parent in Robbins House, a teacher of Senior Transitions (a course in Milton’s Affective Education program), and was faculty advisor to the Jewish Student Union for 15 years. Ms. Klein-Ash’s husband is a public school counselor, and they are parents to two children.

Education

B.A. in government, Colby College
M.Ed. in higher education administration, University of Pennsylvania


We constantly hear feedback from colleges that Milton students do an unbelievable job of distinguishing themselves during the college process. We all work hard to create an environment in which students can be individuals. There is no cookie-cutter student at Milton. Students here are very comfortable being who they are.

Rachel Klein-Ash

Associate Director of College Counseling