The Advocacy Assocation earlier this year co-sponsored the Trends In Business survey with Sagac and NABPAC and we are excited to share that the results are in!
Please join us for a special briefing to release the results of the 2022 Election Cycle Trends in Business PACs survey on August 9th at 1pm. Registration Details Coming soon!
Save the Date! Advocacy Association Top 20 in 2023 Awards Reception will be held on Thursday, October 12th. Award program nominations will open during National Advocacy Week in July!
The Advocacy Association is proud to announce a new partnership with Washington Women in Public Relations (WWPR) to bring some new content for advocacy and communications professionals. Our first webinar featured leading communications experts and provided their advice on how you can use observance days and months to advance your advocacy cause.
Featured Speakers Are:
Kiara Pesante, Senior Vice President, BerlinRosen
Sarah Yi, Executive Director, External Affairs at CTIA
Jewel Jones, Health Equity & Justice Leader, Real Chemistry
Moderated by Jennifer Fox, Assistant Vice President, Political Affairs, Finseca and President-Elect of The Advocacy Association
Recording: Virtual Hill Days: What Works, What Doesn’t, and What’s Next?
Faced with pandemic restrictions and Capitol security measures, associations have had to dramatically change how they manage their lobby days, and some of these changes are here to stay. Fortunately, a “Dial-in Fly-in” can be as or more effective than having your advocates trudge around Capitol Hill.
This free mini workshop, offered by The Advocacy Association, the Congressional Management Foundation and Advocacy Associates, is designed to help you take full advantage of the best (and avoid the worst) of what virtual hill days have to offer. Our association, private sector, and Capitol Hill panelists will provide insights into best practices, current trends, and the tactics you’ll need to execute effective events for the remainder of 2021—and beyond.
Are Earmarks Making A Comeback?
As Washington returns to normal, earmarks are becoming one of the most talked about tools to get Congress to work together again. After a long ban on earmarks, congressional members on both sides of the aisle are starting to support local projects as part of the appropriations process and advocacy professionals are hungry to know what this means for their constituents. Join The Advocacy Association and the Graduate School of Political Management at The George Washington University to hear from legislative affairs expert Dr. Casey Burgat. He will cover the latest insights on how earmarks could be reformed and how advocacy practitioners can prepare for this new tool in advocacy.
View the recording here: