EVOCATI ANNOUNCES SUCCESSFUL SUPPORT OF IVY LEAGUE VETERANS COUNCIL
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Ivy League Veterans Council (ILVC) successfully completed their annual spring meeting at Stanford University in March where member institutions discussed ways to increase representation of military-connected students at some of the top-performing institutions of higher education in America.
Evocati signed a letter of agreement with ILVC January 2019 to provide event planning support for their annual spring meeting at the end of March. Evocati’s support including designing a comprehensive agenda and welcome packet for distribution to attendees, media pitching and awareness, and sharing best practices for event management.
“I want to thank Adam and the team at ILVC for trusting Evocati to support their important work and plan their annual spring meeting. ILVC is an important voice in the military-connected community that continues to raise awareness on increasing access to high quality institutions for military-affiliated students. We were delighted to support their mission and can’t wait to see what they do next,” said Barrett Y. Bogue, Founder and President at Evocati.
Over 60 students, faculty, and staff from the nine member schools were joined by representatives from the College Board, Service to School, Veterans Education Success, and Student Veterans of America in a day-long seminar to plan a national effort that will address the underrepresentation of veterans at high graduation rate schools. Student veterans from the University of California Berkeley and local community colleges were also invited to contribute.
ILVC was founded in 2015 to study, address and resolve under-representation by U.S. military veterans in the student populations of elite academic institutions. Founded in 2018, Evocati provides consulting services to business and nonprofit ventures that want to realize their potential inside the military-connected community.
Founded in 2018, Evocati provides consulting services to business and nonprofit ventures that want to realize their potential inside the military-connected community. Through strategic communication, brand positioning, program and policy formulation, and event planning, Evocati works with business and nonprofit leaders to identify, plan, and exploit areas inside the military-community for companies to experience the highest return on investment. Evocati is a service-disabled veteran owned small business that operates in the Washington, D.C. metro area.