Enrollment and Innovation

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Capture is a leading innovator of marketing products and solutions for higher education recruitment and enrollment management. Capture’s Behavioral Intelligence Platform offers solutions throughout a prospective student’s college decision journey. With industry-leading marketing automation, managed solutions and AI-powered predictive modeling built specifically for higher education, Capture gives institutions the control needed to effectively target interested students in relevant ways that increase engagement, drive admissions and improve student retention. Founded in 2011, Capture has served hundreds of higher education institutions and programs across the country while being recognized by Inc. 5000 as a fastest-growing U.S. company.

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A Conversation with Ed Tech CEOs 
Greg Davies, Founder and CEO of Full Measure and Matt Pittinsky, CEO of Parchment

Wednesday, Sept. 16, at 2 p.m. ET 

In Session, the new series hosted by Capture CEO Leonard Napolitano, premieres Wednesday, Sept. 16, at 2 p.m. ET. The live-streamed, industry-wide discussion program features enrollment, marketing and tech leaders, experts and innovators from across the higher ed landscape in conversation with Napolitano about the latest issues, trends and strategies during this new, rapidly changing era of college recruiting.

Napolitano brings his passion for disruptive innovation to these 45-minute discussions and debates meant to inform, excite and inspire about the innovation taking place within enrollment management and university marketing. In the first edition of In Session, “Enrollment and Innovation,” Napolitano welcomes:

  • Greg Davies, Founder and CEO of Full Measure Education
  • Matt Pittinsky, CEO of Parchment

Streaming nationwide on YouTube, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitch and Periscope, In Session includes opportunities to join the conversation by submitting questions before, during and after each edition. Registration is encouraged but not required. Make plans to tune in to these interesting and powerful “sessions” as Napolitano and his guests talk through ways to help guide higher education institutions through these transformative times.

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Greg Davies
Founder and CEO of Full Measure

With a long history of building innovative companies in higher education, Greg was a member of the founding team at Blackboard Inc. in 1997 and also the founder of Presidium Inc. Presidium provided customer service solutions to over 800 colleges and universities from 2003 to 2010. As the CEO at Full Measure, he is responsible for the strategic direction of the company and the software platform.

Matt Pittinsky
CEO of Parchment

A co-founder and former CEO of Blackboard Inc., Matthew is on the faculty of Arizona State University and also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. In 2012 the Teachers College at Columbia University awarded Matthew with The President’s Medal of Excellence to recognize his impact and innovation in the field of education technology and entrepreneurship. He is a frequent speaker and recently was invited to present at NewSchools Summit, Association of American Universities meeting, National Association for College Admission Counseling National Conference and SXSWedu.

Leonard Napolitano 
CEO of Capture

A tireless advocate of the transformative benefits of higher education, Len became Capture’s CEO at the end of last year. A 20-year veteran of the ed tech industry, he came to Capture in 2018 after eight years as senior vice president of member development for Parchment, Inc., a provider of academic credential solutions for schools and universities. Before that he was vice president of sales for Presidium Inc. and one of the founding employees at Blackboard. Len serves on the Centre College President Advisory Board. He is also a member of the Endeavor Mentor Network, working with social and community focused entrepreneurs; a former two-term Chairman on the Kentucky Commission on Proprietary Education; and a veteran of the U.S. Army.