Essential Procedures and Training for Equitable and Inclusive Admissions

Building a truly inclusive and equitable community begins with the students you attract and enroll, and the admission experience is one of the first places you communicate your community’s values with regard to diversity, equity and inclusion to prospective students and families. In this session, we will explore the habits of mind and daily practices that will allow diversity, equity and inclusion to thrive in your admission office and, ultimately, your community.


  • Erika Mills
    Erika Mills
    Director of Financial Aid; Associate Director of Admission

    A 1999 graduate of Middlesex, Erika first returned to campus as a coach with the girls’ crew program (leading her fourth boat to a New England Championship in 2005) and subsequently joined the faculty as an assistant director of admissions in 2008. Erika holds a B.A. in psychology from Connecticut College, where she was a four-year varsity rower and captained the team in her senior year. After working in admissions and coaching rowing at Choate Rosemary Hall, she earned an M.B.A. at Harvard Business School, where she had served as a research associate for three years. Erika lives on campus as the head of Kravis House.

  • Erika Prahl
    Erika Prahl
    Director of Equity and Inclusion; Dorm Assistant Hallowell House, Middlesex


July 26 2021

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: July 26 2021