Laura is our Slate Deliver module guru! She is not only an expert at making sure your folder structure makes sense for your admissions team AND a liquid markup expert, but she is also the queen of catching missed populations. “You want an email to go to X? Sure, but let’s talk about Y and Z.” Laura will stop at nothing to make sure every student is communicated to in a way that works for both student and institution.
Laura goes way above and beyond when putting campaigns together in client Slate instances, and she always makes sure to explain to clients why she does things the way she does so they know best practice moving forward. She’s very much a “teach a man to fish” kind of partner, which is the best kind to have in higher education!
When she’s not making sure client campaigns are running flawlessly, you can find Laura:
What’s Laura’s favorite memory of working with Underscore so far? Meeting the admissions team from Presbyterian College! It was Laura’s first time meeting clients in person and they are the definition of Southern hospitality. Thanks for always being so great, PC team!
St. John Fisher College had a problem – they were ready to implement Slate but had concerns about whether their small team could manage a new CRM all while trying to conduct business as usual. Enter Underscore. With the help of our Implementation, Communications and Special Projects divisions, Fisher was able to successfully launch Slate while still achieving their admissions goals.
If you have a question about your Slate instance, British street art, or dek hockey, Robert Tallerico's your guy.
Now more than ever, institutions across the nation are focused on recruiting diverse populations. And while celebrating the differences that make each one of us unique is an important first step, it can’t be where you stop. Keep these things in mind as you think about ways to make your college or university a safe space for all.