Director of Admissions and Office Administration
Allie Hilbruner is The National Center for Outdoor & Adventure Education’s (NCOAE) Admissions Coordinator. Prior to working at NCOAE, she was a family law paralegal, where along with the attorneys she worked for, Allie worked behind the scenes, guiding clients through the legal process and court system.
Here at NCOAE, Allie continues to work behind the scenes for the benefit of others — only in this case, she’s assisting our students and custom group clients with inquiries while guiding them through the enrollment process for outdoor education courses and expeditions, as well as wilderness medicine and EMT training programs.
Specifically, Allie handles student and custom group registration, tracks student and group progress, leads our support and service efforts both online and over the phone, and assists our program directors with anything they might require.
Born in Agawam, Mass., and raised in seven different states, Allie received her Associate of Applied Science degree from Northern Virginia Community College, where she concentrated on paralegal studies. She developed strong time management, organization, and relationship skills while working in family law, and now loves guiding new and returning students through the NCOAE admissions process.
In her free time, Allie pretty much enjoys what NCOAE students enjoy: going to the beach, long boarding, paddle boarding, and kayaking. Anything outdoors that she can do with her dogs and family.
Associate of Applied Science
Northern Virginia Community College