Meet the Counselors
Yvonne Fosse-Previs, ’90
Director of Guidance and College Planning
Year Appointed: 1999
BA Manhattanville College
MS Bank Street College of Education
Ms. Fosse-Previs has served as director of guidance and planning since 2013. She is certified by the Harvard Summer Institute on College Admissions. A member of the Lauralton Hall class of 1990, Ms. Fosse-Previs also has served on the alumnae board. Earlier, she worked as a museum curator promoting equal access to educational programs and opportunities. Her experience also includes academic advising, personal tutoring and study skills training. Ms. Fosse-Previs is a member of the Connecticut School Counselors Association. She lives in Milford with her husband and two children and – when she is not away visiting college campuses -- can be found walking the beaches in town with her family.
Year Appointed: 2001
BA Stonehill College
MA Fairfield University
Mrs. Fracker is a Connecticut State Certified School Counselor and a member of the Connecticut School Counselor Association. She organizes Lauralton’s Career Day, which brings professional women to campus to talk with students about careers.She enjoys focusing on college and career counseling and catching up with Lauralton alumnae when they return to visit. Earlier in her career, Mrs. Fracker worked at Jockey Hollow Middle School in Monroe and as a substitute teacher in Trumbull. Having gone through the college process—including graduate school—with her own four children, Mrs. Fracker likes to help others traverse this challenging yet exciting time.
Year Appointed: 2014
BA Fairfield University
MA Fairfield University
As a freshman/sophomore counselor, Mrs. Chamberlain helps students transition successfully to ninth grade and to navigate sophomore year productively. She is a member of the Connecticut School Counselor Association, the American School Counselor Association, and Chi Sigma Iota, an international honor society for counselors. Mrs. Chamberlain also serves as moderator for Lauralton’s Youth Awareness Club and is co-moderator of the Debate Team and Club.Earlier in her career, she worked at Norwalk High School and Fairfield Ludlowe High School. A mother of three young adults, Mrs. Chamberlain is active in supporting women’s and children’s issues. She completed the Avon Breast Cancer walk (39 miles in two days) and has participated several times in the Make a Wish Foundation’s Color Run.
Year Appointed: 2013
AS Stockbridge School of Agriculture
BS University of Massachusetts-Amherst
MS Southern Connecticut State University
6th Year Cert Southern Connecticut State University
Mrs. Hanson advises ninth and tenth grade students, teaches sophomore guidance seminars, and serves as Lauralton’s College Board SSD Coordinator. She is a member of the American School Counselor Association, the Connecticut Counseling Association, and the New England Association for College Admission Counseling. Mrs. Hanson also serves as the moderator for the LH Equestrian Club, where she advises students in the process of earning a varsity letter through the United States Equestrian Federation and arranges guest speakers for equine education. She enjoys going to Vermont with her family to ski and is an avid equestrian who takes to the trails whenever she can.