The [L] Agency was launched in December 2012 by publicist and producer, Laura Soldati, and provides specialized Public Relations and Communications services to non-profit and arts organizations, small businesses, and a roster of performers and public figures.
ABOUT LAURA SOLDATI
A native of the great state of Idaho, Laura Soldati has worked for more than 15 years in the entertainment, arts and culture, and non-profit industries. She has spearheaded award-winning, multi-media campaigns for some of the most celebrated organizations in the United States including the Pittsburgh Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony, The Atlanta Opera, the Atlanta Symphony, the New York Philharmonic, the Woodruff Arts Center, Synchronicity Theatre, Core Dance, Capitol City Opera, and many others. She worked as an associate manager at ICM Artists (now Opus 3 Artists) crafting strategies for talent development, and in theatre operations and productions for The Shubert Organization, America's oldest professional theatre company and the largest theatre owner on Broadway.
Laura teaches workshops for companies, organizations, and colleges around the country. She is an adjunct professor at The College of Idaho outside Boise, Idaho, where she has designed professional development courses for students looking to pursue careers in the performing arts. She is also an Instructor and Leadership Coach for Idaho State University's Continuing Education and Workforce Training, where she teaches marketing and leadership development workshops for those looking to start their own businesses, find a job, or improve their leadership skills.
From 2012-2014, she was the chair of the PRSA – Georgia Chapter's Non-Profit Special Interest Group, and a judge for the Georgia High School Musical Theater Awards. She has been a featured writer and contributor for many news outlets, and donates time and resources to projects and organizations that produce the works of emerging playwrights and artists.
Laura Soldati is a trained singer, and has performed around the world. She holds B.A.s in Vocal Performance and Spanish from The College of Idaho, and a M.A. in Arts Administration from Columbia University.