University of Vermont – bachelor’s and master’s degrees
University of California – Graduate certificate in school counseling
Everett has spent his entire professional life working with adolescents in residential settings, beginning his career as a teacher, coach, and dorm parent at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, NH nearly twenty-five years ago. Since then, Everett has worked in educational and organizational leadership in a variety of other residential schools and programs. Following seven years as Director of External Affairs at Northfield Mount Hermon School, Everett worked as an educational consultant helping students and families find the best personal fit in therapeutic programs, traditional boarding schools, and colleges. Most recently, Everett worked as Executive Director of the Becket Family of Services residential programs in Pike, NH before assuming his current role of Program Director at Mountain Valley. Throughout his career, Everett has been drawn to working with young people who have faced adversity and he thrives on being able to help establish a culture of caring and teamwork to help residents find success in their educational and therapeutic goals.
Everett is a graduate of Middlesex School and received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Vermont. Everett also holds an advanced graduate certificate in school counseling from the University of California. Outside of work, Everett enjoys spending time with his three children: Patrick, a graduate of Deerfield Academy who attends the University of Vermont, and Maggie and Brendan, who both attend Hanover High School in Hanover, NH. Everett is also an active volunteer coach and holds advanced coaching certification in multiple sports. Everett’s leadership style has been heavily influenced by his experience in playing and coaching sports; he values the importance of working together and overcoming adversity that is the hallmark of successful and functional teams.