Thursday, September 21, 2023 8 - 8:45 PM ET

Start Here: Your Planning Checklist

The transition from high school to what’s next can be both exciting and overwhelming. There is so much to do. So, how do you stay organized and navigate the process with confidence? Start with a checklist.

Register for BigFuture Live Events

Join us at BigFuture Live to get your questions answered about college and career planning. At this event, you'll learn how to access a checklist specific to your grade level that says what to do and when to help you stay on track. Get your questions answered and plan your future, your way.


Stacey Foney

Stacey Foney

Director, Counselor Community Engagement
College Board

Stacey Foney is a Director on College Board’s Counselor Community Engagement team. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology modified with History from Dartmouth College, her Master’s degree in School Counseling from the University of Georgia and her Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from the University of West Georgia. During her 21 years in high school counseling, she served as Head Counselor, Director of Guidance, and Director of High School Programs in the state of Georgia. Her passion was helping students graduate on time and pursue their postsecondary dreams, especially those who were first generation and students who were often overlooked. Stacey enjoys her work with the Counselor Community Engagement team as it allows her to support counselors in their worthy mission of helping students realize their goals.

Timica Parker

Timica Parker, Ed.S.

Professional School Counselor
Dutchtown High School

Timica Johnson is a counselor at Dutchtown High School (Hampton, GA) and is a College Board Counselor Ambassador. She has 23 years of experience in education, and consistently ensures her students are equipped to endure the challenges of the world after high school. As such, she has implemented various successful programs at her school to ensure student achievement and serves as a mentor to young adults by providing them with invaluable guidance when faced with both personal and academic struggles. Her down-to-earth humor is always an appreciated asset when working with students, parents and colleagues. Timica is creative, passionate about student success and is an advocate for counselors. She has a passion for assisting new/seasoned counselors in the profession. She holds a bachelor's degree in English and master’s and educational specialist degrees in School Counseling, all of which she earned at the State University of West Georgia.