Page explored colleges throughout the country and ultimately chose to attend Stanford University where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology in 2000. She then taught high school science courses in the Northern California before moving to Chicago where she received her Masters Degree from Northwestern in Human Development and Social Policy in 2005. Her research work at Northwestern sparked her interest in becoming a high school counselor, and she gained certification in doing so after completing her graduate work.
Page has worked with hundreds of students, both as a Guidance Counselor and as a specialist College Counselor. Page is an active member of the National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC) and attends national professional conferences on a regular basis including the College Board Forum and the Harvard Summer Institute. Page's clientele includes students of a wide range of abilities and interests, athletes and artists. She visits colleges regularly in every region of the country and has successfully placed students in universities all over the country. She enjoys working with students to find colleges that are a good fit.