Capture Higher Ed will be in Boston for CASE Summit 2019, a three-day conference that brings together university advancement leaders from across the country. This year’s event is July 14-16 at the Sheraton Boston Hotel.
Representatives of Capture will be at CASE Summit 2019, including Kevin Bauman, director of philanthropic initiatives, and Geoff Broome, a higher ed solutions consultant, will be at Booth #35 in the event’s exhibit hall, the Marketplace, to answer any questions about Capture’s marketing automation software built specifically for higher education and advancement.
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Who: Kevin Bauman, Director of Philanthropic Initiatives, Capture Higher Ed
Geoff Broome, Higher Ed Solutions Consultant, Capture Higher Ed
What: Case Summit 2019 in Boston
Where: Sheraton Boston Hotel, Capture Higher Ed Booth #35.
When: July 14-16
The program schedule for Case Summit 2019 is packed with high-level discussions of the most relevant topics to university advancement offices across the country. The key sessions will include:
- “Engines of Social Mobility: How Education Does—and Doesn’t—Transform Communities” — A discussion among Nancy Cantor, chancellor of Rutgers University Newark; Will Del Pilar, vice president of higher education policy and practice at The Education Trust; Kim Wilcox, chancellor at the University of California, Riverside (Moderated by New York Times columnist, David Leonhardt.
- “A Quiet Revolution: Changing How We work, Lead and Innovate” — A talk by Susan Cain, author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking.
- “Addressing the Public Perception of Higher Education: A Leadership Conversation” — A discussion among Fernando Leon-Garcia, president of CETYS University System; Carolyn Stefanco, president of the College of Saint Rose; and Robert A. Brown, president of Boston University (Moderated by Sue Cunningham, president and CEO of CASE).
- “The Cost of Missing Something” — A talk by Tricia Wang, co-founder of Sudden Compass, and Global Tech Ethnographer.
- “So You Want to Talk About Race: The Conversations We Aren’t Having — But Need to Have — to Advance Our Institutions”—A talk by Ijeoma Oluo, writer, speaker and “Internet yeller.”
CASE Summit 2019 promises to be a fascinating and useful event. See you in Boston!