Contact Us

Gould Admissions Office
27 Church Street
Bethel, ME 04217
Phone: 207-824-7777
Fax: 207-824-2926
admissions@gouldacademy.org

Directions to Gould Academy

Meet the Team

Rebecca Andreozzi

Director of Admissions
B.A. University of Maine Farmington
Advisory Program Assistant Director

Bio

Ms. Andreozzi has been teaching since 1978 and brings vast expertise in understanding various learning styles and determining the appropriate accommodations and modifications to ensure student success. Prior to Gould, she worked in a private country day school providing academic support for students with a variety of learning profiles. She consulted with admissions and was responsible for reviewing educational evaluations to determine best teaching practices. Outside the Gould community, Ms. Andreozzi is a former member of the Board of Trustees for the Maine Women’s Fund and is an active volunteer for a program in Guatemala called Safe Passage. She lives in Portland, Maine and has four children (and a son-in-law and daughter-in-law): Jessica, Sarah, Rocky and Samantha. Her family has grown with the additions of her grandsons, Dusty and Jax. She loves Maine winters and is passionate about doing everything and anything outdoors.

Bryan Johansmeyer

Associate Director of Admissions
B.A. Stony Brook University
Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach

Bio

Coach Johansmeyer brings Gould 10 years of coaching and recruiting experience. He was a four-year letter winner at Stony Brook University graduating with a B.A in Psychology. After graduation, he joined Haverford College as an Assistant Coach. There he helped lead the team to its first ever NCAA Quarterfinal appearance and Conference Championship. After Haverford, Coach Johansmeyer joined Amherst College and their Mens’ program, helping to bring Amherst to 2 NESCAC tournament appearances. Alongside his coaching duties, Coach Johansmeyer was tasked with recruiting student-athletes of the highest academic and athletic excellence to these institutions. He traveled the country searching for the student-athletes that raised the standard of the academic and athletic levels of both institutions.

After leaving the college coaching realm. Coach Johansmeyer spent the last four years in the admission office of Northfield Mount Hermon. In those four years, he came to a great appreciation for independent school life. While there he worked hard to improve the way in which the admission office leveraged the technology needed to operate in the most efficient and customer-centric manner.

Coach Johansmeyer enjoys his free time with his family being in the outdoors. Rock climbing, hiking, skiing, and fishing. He and his wife Danielle have one son Samuel.

Cory McClure

Associate Director of Admissions
B.A. University of New England
Boys’ Varsity Basketball Head Coach

Bio

Coach McClure brings nearly 20 years of coaching experience — 11 years in the college ranks — and has coached at schools including the University of New Hampshire, St. Bonaventure University, and, most recently, Bridgton Academy. During his career he has recruited and coached many young men that have gone on to Division I college and universities such as Boston College, Boise State, Baylor, University of California, Irvine, Cal-Poly, Columbia, Drexel, Fordham, Indiana, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, University of Kentucky, University of Maine, Maryland, University of Massachusetts, Northeastern, Notre Dame, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Oral Roberts, Princeton, Penn, St. Louis, and Tulane. Many more former student-athletes have gone on to nationally recognized programs at Babson, Bentley, Connecticut College, Lemoyne, LIU-Post, St. Lawrence, Stonehill, Trinity, and Wesleyan.

Coach McClure spends time with family and friends, golfing, fishing, and staying active while trying to keep up with his children’s growing list of activities. He and his wife, Destiny, have three children: Max, Sylvia, and Griffin.

Rebecca Winsor

Director of Financial Aid and Associate Director of Admissions
B.A. Dickinson College

Bio

Ms. Winsor grew up in Boulder, Colorado and is a 2016 graduate of Dickinson College, where she studied Economics and American Studies. Her passion for education and student experience lead her to Gould, where she’s excited to be Assistant Director of Admissions. Before coming to Gould, Ms. Winsor was a counselor at Raquette Lake Camp in New York, as well as a sales associate in the tech industry in Denver. In her free time, you can find her hiking, skiing, and spending time with family.

Tyler Snowe

Associate Director of Admissions
On-Snow Admissions Coordinator
U-14 Coach
B.S. University of Southern Maine

Bio

A native of Auburn, Maine and former athlete in the Gould Academy weekend program, Coach Snowe has had a lifelong passion for ski racing. He began sharing his love for the sport as a coach in the GACP Weekend Program and has been an asset to our coaching staff for over a decade. Tyler works with admissions to coordinate aspiring snow sport athletes through the admissions process. Coach Snowe graduated from The University of Southern Maine with a degree in Leadership and Organizational Studies, and his coaching approach is anchored by principles of team development which resonates well with our athletes. Coach Snowe lives in Newry, Maine with his Fiancé, Courtney.  When he is not on the hill, he enjoys: golfing and spending time on the water in Cundy’s Harbor, Maine.

Cathy Autrey

Administrative Assistant
A.S. Thomas College

Bio

A fourth-generation native of Bethel, Ms. Autrey guides each Gould family through the admissions process, from the initial request for information, through enrollment. Her knowledge of Gould and the Bethel community enhances her position when answering questions and dispensing local lore. She and her husband, Randy, a former Gould aeronautics teacher, are often seen cruising through town in one of their classic cars.

Tracy Hiebert

Administrative Assistant
University of New Mexico

Bio

Ms. Hiebert’s background is in administration and customer service. She is very familiar with the boarding school experience having attended a ski racing academy in high school. In college she skied competitively at the University of New Mexico after a season on the U.S. Ski Team. She most recently was the Masters National SG Champion in 2010 and finds herself still racing as often as possible. She is a dedicated wife to her husband Luke and mother of four children: Brooke ’16, Ryan ’19, Ben, and Kira. She’s a busy lady – swimming, biking, running, and  even, occasionally, entering a sprint triathlon or mountain challenge on a whim.