Kimberly Ramacciotti Becomes New Master's Program Advisor

"Please join me in congratulating Kimberly Ramacciotti on her new position in our organization! Kimberly has accepted the role of Master’s Programs Advisor, a position that was developed to meet the unique needs of our Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (MACP) and Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology (MACL) students," said Megan Weaver, Dean of the Master's Program.

Kimberly joined the Forest community as an Admissions Counselor in January 2010, after earning a Master of Science in Counseling degree from Missouri State University,


Kimberly will be the advisor for all MACP and MACL students at the Springfield campus. In addition to coordinating several academic processes, she will advise the Springfield MACP and MACL students on their academic and professional careers, including licensure and employment.

"I am extremely excited for this new opportunity. I look forward to working in my new role with current students and incoming students beginning this Fall," said Ramacciotti.


Kimberly’s first official day in her new position will be Monday, August 15. She will also continue her work as an Admissions Counselor as we search for a qualified person to fulfill that role. She will fully transition into the Master’s Programs Advisor role on September 5. Her new office will be located in the middle hallway, next to Weaver's.


"I’m looking forward to working with Kimberly in this new role and know that she will enhance the quality of students’ experiences at Forest. I am especially excited about the positive influence she will have with our current MACP and MACL students and future alumni," said Weaver.