Admission

For Prospective Students

Milyon Trulove

Vice President and Dean of Admission & Financial Aid

Milyon has held a variety of roles in higher education, including as director and dean; his enrollment experience includes his alma mater, St. Olaf, the University of St. Thomas, in St. Paul, Minnesota, and Hamline University, also in St. Paul. Milyon received an MA in leadership of student affairs from the University of St. Thomas. Learn more about Milyon.

Recruitment and application-reading territories: Hawaii, Minnesota, Oregon (Portland)

Admission Counselors

Frankie Breedlove '17

Admission Counselor

Frankie grew up in Camarillo, California and moved to Portland in 2013 to study sociology at Reed. While a student, she served as a member and co-chair of the Honor Council, co-founded the Restorative Justice Coalition, and was an intern in the Financial Aid office. She is delighted to continue to be a part of the Reed community. You can usually find Frankie riding her bike, listening to podcasts, knitting, or debating passionately fan theories of TV shows such as Insecure and Jane the Virgin. 

Recruitment and application-reading territories: Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oregon (Portland suburbs, South, Central, and East Oregon), Oklahoma, Texas, Wyoming

Sita Goetschius '15

Admission Counselor

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Sita was born and raised in Petaluma, California and moved to Portland to attend Reed College in 2011. While at Reed, she served as an intern at the Multicultural Resource Center, a flute player in the Reed Orchestra, an Orientation Coordinator, and an intern at the Reed Admission office. She majored in Political Science and wrote her thesis on Asian-American voting and political identity during the 2008 Presidential election. Sita is thrilled to continue to work at her alma mater and share the impact of a Reed education. In her free time, she explores Portland's restaurant scene, Powell's books, and Bollywood movies.

Recruitment and application-reading territories: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Northern California (Peninsula, South Bay, Santa Cruz County, Monterey County, Central Valley, Sacramento, Far North), Utah

Wayne Kim

Assistant Dean

Wayne Kim

Wayne spent his first 18 years in Los Angeles, California. For college, he traveled across the country to Waterville, Maine, to attend Colby College, where he studied sociology and dabbled in philosophy and education courses. He served as the Student Government Association Co-President, a Colby Outdoor Orientation Trip Leader, and a Campus Conversation on Race Facilitator. Immediately after graduating, he walked across Spain on the El Camino de Santiago and backpacked through France, Portugal, and Morocco. Personal interests include hiking, reading autobiographies, rooting for Liverpool FC, eating quinoa, and exploring SoundCloud.

Recruitment and application-reading territories: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, Southern California (Central Coast, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, Pasadena Area), Tennessee 

Crockett Marr ’06

Senior Assistant Dean

Crockett Marr '06

Crockett is from New Haven, Connecticut. At the age of 14, in exchange for studying Latin, he was gifted a plane ticket to Portland, Oregon, and entrance to an Outward Bound course in Oregon's Central Cascade Range. Thus began his lifelong love of classical languages and mountains. He majored in classics at Reed, writing his thesis on Plato's ideas about Egypt, and has worked in Reed's admission office since 2008. He is also a student in Reed's MALS program, working on ancient theories of education. Personal interests include hiking and backpacking, every type of skiing, and music.

Recruitment and application-reading territories: New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, International Students

Katie Shepherd

Assistant Dean

Katie Shepherd

Katie spent her life up until September 2016 in the greater Los Angeles area, at which point she traded in the palm trees and smog for the food carts and enthusiasm for brunch. A math and science enthusiast, Katie attended Harvey Mudd College, where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, played percussion in the orchestra, and helped create student activities like Crib Races (picture college students in diapers racing in huge cribs on wheels). She’s traveled to Australia during and after college, and hopes to return someday to catch the sunrise at Uluru. She enjoys a good camping trip, rock climbing, dabbling on the guitar, taking photos in an attempt to be artistic, and any opportunity to show you pictures of her cat.

Recruitment and application-reading territories: California (Orange County, Long Beach, South Bay, Inland Empire, San Gabriel Valley, San Diego County), Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

Kati Sweaney ’06

Senior Assistant Dean

Kati Sweaney '06

Born and raised in California wine country, Kati is a Reed graduate who still keeps her golden thesis laurels on victorious display. After majoring in literature-theatre at Reed, she attended Northwestern University, where she completed an MA in theatre, taught many undergraduate courses, served as a dorm mentor, and worked as a dramaturg in a variety of Chicago theatres. Kati is overjoyed to be in the Pacific Northwest serving her beloved alma mater. Like many of her fellow Reedies, Kati is a compulsive knowledge-seeker; topics upon which she will expound include the history of medicine and anatomical illustration, interactive theatre, Portland's unparalleled karaoke scene, her two cats, and what a "dramaturg" is.

Recruitment and application-reading territories: Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, Northern California (East Bay, San Francisco, North Bay), Ohio, Wisconsin

Huy Trinh

Senior Assistant Dean

Huy Trinh

Huy was born in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, but grew up in Malden, Massachusetts. He attended Boston College, graduating with a BA in history and philosophy. In college, he was a recipient of the Gates Millenium Scholarship, and later served as a Student Ambassador for this program. After college, Huy served as a member of City Year Boston—part of AmeriCorps—working with elementary school students at a charter school in Boston. He later received an MA in international relations from the American University in Washington, DC. Although Huy doesn’t have a poetic bone in his body, he loves to read stirring prose and majestic verse—especially epic poetry, Shakespeare’s plays, British oratory, and Edward Gibbon’s history.

Recruitment and application-reading territories: Alaska, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington DC, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia / Transfer Students

Admission Staff