Clear Admit is pleased to announce that co-founder Eliot Ingram has assumed the role of CEO. He succeeds former CEO Graham Richmond, who recently launched Southwark Consulting, a firm that advises graduate admissions offices on enrollment best practices.
“I look forward to taking over full leadership of Clear Admit and positioning the firm for its next round of growth,” said Ingram. Ingram has served as a senior admissions counselor and the firm’s CFO since he founded the company with Richmond in late 2001.
Clear Admit, a leader in the MBA admissions space for more than a decade, provides guidance – via personalized consulting, a daily updated blog and 80+ publications – to applicants to the world’s leading business schools.
Ingram brings extensive MBA admissions and management experience to his new role. As a co-founder of Clear Admit, Ingram has been instrumental in the growth and development of the firm. He has also advised hundreds of applicants on gaining admission to top business schools. Ingram holds a BA in Economics & Political Science from Swarthmore College and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.
“I’m confident that Eliot will lead Clear Admit to continued excellence in the MBA admissions consulting space,” said Richmond.