Kerith received her MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and her BA in History from the University of California, Los Angeles.

In addition to her work as an MBA application adviser, Consultant Kerith has worked as an in-house professional fundraiser, entrepreneur and fundraising consultant. Kerith has volunteered as a UCLA alumni association scholarship interviewer and evaluator. For Wharton, Kerith is an alumni interviewer and served as a Graduate Assistant reviewing MBA applications and interviewing candidates. She was the Chair of Wharton’s largest diversity admissions recruitment event and Vice President of Fundraising of Wharton International Volunteer Program. She provided fundraising and business planning consulting for The George Foundation in India.

Professionally, Kerith is a founder of a consulting company which provides analysis, planning and implementation of strategic fundraising projects for grassroots nonprofits. She has worked for years on social justice issues including Orange County Family Justice Center Foundation. She currently works as an Executive Director at the Wage Justice Center while serving as a board member at 4GIRLS and New Star Family Justice Center. She has previously worked within The Princeton Review, the ACLU, and her own firm.