Becky Sabky loves speaking to students, parents, educators, college counselors, families and administrators about navigating the college admissions process with both detail and sanity. She presents on multiple admissions topics including: essay writing, application basics, “Top Ten Tips for Navigating the Admissions Process,” and the ever-popular “You’re Enough: How to Apply to Colleges While Keeping Perspective.” She has spoken with many school audiences, community organizations, counselor communities, and teacher groups. She’s excited to share messages of perspective with college-bound audiences, while also giving prescriptive advice on how to strengthen their written applications.

Please contact Becky at rebeccamunsterer@gmail.com for more information.

BIO: Becky Munsterer Sabky is a former Director of International Admissions at Dartmouth College. She spent two years working in the admissions office at St. Lawrence University before her thirteen year career at Dartmouth. (At Dartmouth, she was the primary admission liaison for the recruited athlete program. She also traveled to numerous U.S. states on general student recruitment including California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah and Washington.) She’s a graduate of Colby College and received her M.A.L.S. degree in creative writing from Dartmouth. She’s also an award-winning monthly newspaper columnist, a blogger, and the author of the popular New York Times Op-Ed, “Check This Box If You’re A Good Person.” She’s been interviewed by Vermont Public Radio, Boston Public Radio, and NPR’s Chalkboard Chat. Her commentary has appeared in such media outlets as Bloomberg, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Grown and Flown, and Al Jazeera. She lives in Vermont with her husband and two toddlers.


“She presented ten valuable tips to get into the right college, and stay sane(!!!) during the process. She was her authentic, warm, engaging, thoughtful, hilarious, and dare I say, wicked smart self through the hour she spent with us.”- Ben Farrell, Headmaster, The International Montessori School of Beijing

“With her witty, honest, and eloquent prose, Ms. Sabky provides a relatable and useful tool for both prospective students and their families.” – Alison Almasian, Director of College College Counseling, The Taft School