Vantage Media Participates in First White House Online Summit on Education

Vantage Media invited to White House to discuss education topics

Jul 17, 2012, 08:00 ET from Vantage Media, LLC

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., July 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Vantage Media joined key industry authorities at the first White House Online Summit on Education held June 19. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan opened the summit with a briefing, speaking to a range of higher education topics from K-12 to post-secondary education. The summit also provided a forum to hear feedback and to discuss how to optimize collaboration with the White House and online media.

A leader in online education marketing, Vantage Media's participation reinforces Vantage Media's definitive industry expertise and heightens its ability to better utilize proprietary media and content to guide aspiring students to research and make informed decisions about their higher education goals.

"Higher education is in a state of constant change. The way students attend class, and the reasons they go to school, are far different today than they were just a few years ago," said Cappy Pratt, Vantage Media's Senior Director, Education, who participated in the summit. "The ability to dialogue with the policy makers who are shaping the direction of education is critical to ensuring long term value is created for students, schools and the greater public," said Pratt. "We were honored to be invited and look forward to continuing to contribute to this important topic."

About Vantage Media

Vantage Media delivers qualified customers to leading brands in the Insurance, Education, and Home verticals on a pay-for performance basis.  Driven by, and accountable to client ROI, Vantage Media focuses on quality online media to find customers where and when they are buying. In 2011 Vantage Media merged with BrokersWeb (, the No. 1 fastest growing company in the Insurance Industry on the Inc. 500. For more information, please visit


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