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Meet the College Counseling Team

Bonnie Toliver
Director of College Counseling
Prior to joining the WolfPack in 2020, Director of College Counseling Bonnie Toliver worked as a college advisor at The First Academy in Orlando after spending five years working in undergraduate admissions at Mercer University. Toliver holds a B.B.A. in marketing and media studies and a M.Ed. in higher education leadership, both from Mercer University.
Jennifer Peterson
College Counseling Coordinator
Jennifer Peterson works in Whitefield's College Counseling office, assisting with the academic coaching and college counseling programs. She holds a B.A. in English and an M.A. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Michigan.
Laura Rich
Associate Director of College Counseling
Prior to joining the WolfPack in 2021, Associate Director of College Counseling Laura Rich co-founded an independent college counseling firm and worked as a college counselor at St. Agnes Academy in Houston, Texas for six years. Before accepting her position at St. Agnes, she was an admissions counselor at The University of Texas at Austin. Rich holds a M.Ed in Counseling from The University of St. Thomas and a B.A in Art History and Music Performance from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she developed her love of college counseling as a tour guide and admissions ambassador.
Ebony Lovett
Associate Director of College Counseling
Ebony Lovett is the Associate Director of College Counseling. She is a graduate from Florida State University where she began her career in admissions after graduating, and she most recently worked at the admissions office for the University of Illinois. Having visited Whitefield previously to recruit our students, Ebony was attracted to Whitefield because of what she saw in our students – their strong faith in Christ, educational preparation, and values and manners. She holds a master’s degree in business intelligence and analytics. Ebony grounds herself with the teachings of the Bible, sees her job as one of stewardship and service to others, and understands that God is in control as she seeks to prayerfully be a shining light for students and families.