In the upper school office, Ms. Corey Revoir will take on a new role to support the daily operations of Wilson Hall. After working as an Events Coordinator and Administrative Assistant for the past four years, Ms. Revoir will now transition to the post of Assistant to the Head of Upper School.
Ms. Revoir has ample experience in leadership roles, including in her career before 2019, when she managed a boutique and served as an executive assistant at a cybersecurity company.
“I have been in many administrative roles where you have to be good at planning, and be detail-oriented, organized, and be able to see what’s coming ahead of time so that you’re able to execute,” Ms. Revoir said.
Such administrative positions have allowed her to develop essential relationship-building skills, many of which were already natural to her.
“I definitely see myself as a people person, so that’s always helpful,” Ms. Revoir said. “I think I am a good listener, and you have to be a good listener to keep your relationships and still be able to make those tougher decisions. You definitely have to be able to hear others.”
As Ms. Revoir has used her listening skills over the years, her career has taken an increasingly educational focus.
“Before I came to The Haverford School, I managed a test-prep business in Ardmore, so that was kind of my first job that had a bit more to do with students and education.”
Her path led her to the community that she has gratefully been able to call home since 2019.
“I think it’s a really tight-knit community,” Ms. Revoir said. “I think the faculty and staff are great, I think the students are great, and I think it’s wonderful how everybody seems to come together.”
“I am hoping that the upper school office becomes a place of warmth and welcoming, where students feel that if they have any questions or they need any help, that they feel comfortable coming to me.”Ms. Corey Revoir
As the Assistant to the Head of Upper School, she will continue her work in a new capacity to create the optimal environment for all members of the community.
“I’m sort of the daily operations person, so I’m hoping to keep everything organized, keep the office running, help [Head of Upper School] Mr. [Mark] Fifer and [Upper School Dean of Students] Mr. [Luqman] Kolade in any way I can,” Ms. Revoir said. “I think the three of us are really great at collaborating together to create a wonderful experience for the students.”
On a personal level, Ms. Revoir is looking for an ambiance of comfort and assistance whenever a student walks into the upper school office, and she is eager to play her role in building that atmosphere this year.
“I am hoping that the upper school office becomes a place of warmth and welcoming, where students feel that if they have any questions or they need any help, that they feel comfortable coming to me,” Ms. Revoir said, “because that’s what I’m there for.”