Nicole M. Letelier ‘94
Nicole M. Letelier is an education consultant who specializes in designing and launching group based learning experiences for organizations supporting BIPOC communities. Nicole began her career as a marketer working for publications such as Entertainment Weekly, Teen People and the Conde Nast Media Group prior to embarking on a career change into the nonprofit sector. She ran high school professional development programs for Prep for Prep and then co-founded and ran the The Heckscher Scholars Program, guiding first generation teens through the college process for nine years. Most recently, she launched and managed a graduate fellowship for early-stage, impact entrepreneurs at The New School. She graduated MCS and then attended the United Nations International School. She holds a B.A. in Communications from The George Washington University and a M.S. in Organizational Change Management from The New School. Nicole is an alumna of MCS Class of '94 and is married to a fellow MCS alum from the Class of '95.
How does MCS’ vision, promise, and education impact our world?
MCS does not shy away from educating students about the realities and needs of the world that awaits them as they age and develop into young leaders ready to tackle the ever present needs and challenge out society faces.