Capture is looking forward to starting the new decade by traveling south to beautiful San Marco Island, Fla., for the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) Presidents Institute. Not only is Capture a sponsor of this largest annual meeting of college and university presidents in the country, but we are also hosting a (“pitch free”) breakfast on the event’s opening morning, Friday, Jan. 3.
Join Capture experts at Maia – at the JW Marriott Marco Island for a tasty breakfast and healthy conversation about the new and pressing challenges facing institutions across the country. You can also chat with Capture’s new president, Leonard Napolitano.
Napolitano was introduced as Capture’s first president in September of 2019. He came to the company at the beginning of last year after eight years as senior vice president of member development for Parchment, Inc., a Scottsdale, Ariz.-based provider of academic credential solutions for schools and universities. Before that he was vice president of sales for Presidium Inc. and Regent Education.
A tireless advocate of the transformative benefits of higher education, Napolitano has a master’s of higher education administration from Vanderbilt University and a bachelor’s in American History from Centre College in Kentucky.
What: Breakfast at the CIC Presidents Institute
Where: Maia – at the JW Marriott Marco Island
When: January 3, 7:30–9:00 a.m.
RSVP Today – Space is limited
Capture’s breakfast at CIC is open to any conference attendees not participating in the New Presidents Program.
With our Behavioral Intelligence Platform, Capture is fundamentally shifting how universities engage prospective students and alumni. With marketing automation and predictive modeling built specifically for higher education, we help universities gain the control to target interested students and potential donors in relevant ways that increase engagement, drive admissions, increase fundraising and help them reach their goals.
If you would like to discuss the current evolution of enrollment and advancement technologies or any of the challenges you are facing at your university, please find Napolitano or any of our Capture experts at the conference.