Anique Seldon joins the British International School of Boston after working for two years in the admissions office at Fay School, in Southborough, MA. Her professional career, however, actually began in law.
Mrs. Seldon was born in Scotland, and later moved to England. She attended college in Wales, and went on to practice pharmaceutical liability after gaining her legal qualifications. Mrs. Seldon was awarded a position in New York, working as an intern at a law firm.
While in the U.S., Mrs. Seldon also volunteered as the Assistant Director of an AIDS Foundation and, upon her return to the U.K., she assumed the role as chief executive of the Alzheimer's research organization, C.A.R.E.
In 2011, Mrs. Seldon moved to the United States to marry an American she met during her time in New York. After a year of working to determine the next step in her career, she decided to pursue a job in private school admissions.
Mrs. Seldon began working at Fay School in 2012, and soon grew to love working in admissions. She moved to her current role at the British International School of Boston in June 2015 and has brought her passion for private school education to the new position.
"I want to ensure that the Admissions department is really part of the community," she said. "I want to be sure we're working not just on bringing kids into the school, but continuing to work with them once they're here."
Want to learn more about Mrs. Seldon? Check out these fun facts!
1. Mrs. Seldon has taken drum lessons and loves to play!
2. She loves to read, especially a good John Grisham novel.
3. Writing is her passion, and she even authors a blog about being a British citizen living in Boston.
4. She is accredited in mini-facials.