Kate Labat Jacobs, Content Manager for Uqora

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Kate is the Content Manager for Uqora. She graduated with a B.A. in Journalism from San Diego State University. Kate’s writing experience spans from the newsroom at the SDSU NewsCenter to later working as a publicist at a top agency in Los Angeles, to now heading up Uqora’s content initiatives. Kate is responsible for executing content across Uqora’s social media, newsletters and the UTI Learning Center. She interfaces with Uqora customers regularly allowing her a unique perspective and pulse on the growing Uqora community.

Kate is the Content Manager for Uqora. She graduated with a B.A. in Journalism from San Diego State University. Kate’s writing experience spans from the newsroom at the SDSU NewsCenter to later working as a publicist at a top agency in Los Angeles, to now heading up Uqora’s content initiatives. Kate is responsible for executing content across Uqora’s social media, newsletters and the UTI Learning Center. She interfaces with Uqora customers regularly allowing her a unique perspective and pulse on the growing Uqora community.

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