Amy Sack, Ph.D., MBA is the president and founder of Admissions Accomplished®, LLC. Dr. Sack graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Vassar College, earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology, and completed her pre- and post-doctoral fellowships at Yale University. She also received an MBA from the Yale School of Management.
Amy is a highly regarded admissions consultant with extensive experience in educational counseling, business consulting, and clinical practice. As a licensed clinical psychologist, Amy has over fifteen years of experience in psychological, career, and education counseling. Her professional experience includes diagnostic assessment and providing educational and career guidance to high school students, as well as undergraduate and graduate students at Sarah Lawrence College, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Sacred Heart University, and Yale University. She most recently consulted to the Yale School of Management.
Amy has co-authored a book (Guilford Press, 2000) and has published her work in numerous professional journals. Amy and Admissions Accomplished®, LLC have been covered by national media including The Wall Street Journal and Newsweek’s America’s Hottest Colleges, among others. Authors at multiple college newspapers including The Yale Daily, Harvard Crimson, and The Daily Pennsylvanian have sought her opinion on multiple admissions topics. She has also been interviewed on the topic of entrepreneurship and how she began her business by Gaebler.com. Amy has given lectures throughout the country on various topics including the college admissions process. She also serves as an alumni interviewer for Vassar College.
Amy is an active member of the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC), the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA), and the American Psychological Association (APA). She attended the Harvard Summer Institute for College Admissions Counselors where she had the unique opportunity to learn from and interact one-on-one with the Deans of Admission at Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Princeton, U. Penn, U. Michigan, Bowdoin, and U. Miami.