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Anthony Mastreani

High School Counselor

M.A., Adams State University
B.S., the State University of New York at Brockport

Anthony Mastreani has been working in school counseling and admissions for the past twenty one years. For six years prior to joining NCPA, he worked as admissions director and counselor at Daegu International School in Daegu Korea. He also worked as a counselor and district level coordinator of counseling services for many years in the State of Maine before moving to Korea.

Avita Jones

High School Counselor

M.Ed., B.A., University of Maryland, College Park

Avita Jones has been an educator for the past fourteen years. Most recently, she was a middle school counselor in the Anne Arundel County Public School system, which is located just outside of Washington, DC. While employed there, she was nominated for Administrator of the Year 2016 for her accomplishments in school counseling. In addition to being a school counselor, Avita has also been a college advisor for the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park and a dance instructor/coach specializing in modern, tap, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, African and Latin dance.


Elizabeth (Libby) Wolfe Kennedy

High School Counselor

M.Ed., B.S., Lewis and Clark College

Libby Kennedy is a licensed School Counselor and has been working with students in elementary, middle and high schools in this capacity since 2004. Her education career started in the Portland (Oregon) Public School District over 20 years earlier where she taught middle school students from myriad cultures, countries and socioeconomic backgrounds. Earning a M.Ed. in School Counseling, Libby expanded her role from the classroom to working with the whole school community. For many years, she was the sole high school counselor at a new magnet school in Beaverton, Oregon where she developed their first College and Career Center for all students, many of whom were first-generation college attendees.
Since 2015, Libby has worked as School Guidance and College Counselor at the International School of Tianjin China, an IB World School. At IST, she also supervised students in the Secondary Student Council and MS MUN. She and her husband have four adult children.

Kathleen Brophy

Middle, High School Counselor

M.A., University of Virginia
B.A., The University of Alabama

Kathleen Brophy has been working with adolescents in different capacities for the past decade as a coach, mentor, and most recently, a school counselor. Before NCPA, she completed her field experience in school counseling in Virginia in K-5 and 8-12 settings. During her internship at the high school level, she was an assistant coach for the swim & dive team.


Kendra Allen

High School Counselor

M.S., Idaho State University
B.S., University of Utah

Kendra Allen has been a school counselor since 2014. She began working in rural Nevada where she worked for two years in the junior high and one year in the high school. In that time she held activities to get students involved with college searches, she helped students apply for college and scholarships. Kendra is excited for the opportunity to be at NCPA and work with the students and families.