Power Up: Legislative Action Center (LAC) is for Me
January 26, 2023
GFWC is proud to offer a remote webinar series, The Power of You: A GFWC Advocacy Training Series.
As part of GFWC’s Strategic Plan Public Awareness efforts to raise visibility through program connections, maximize general advocacy efforts, and train the Board of Directors and general membership in civic engagement strategies with government officials the 2022-2024 Legislation and Public Policy Committee will offer the advocacy series dedicated to creating an arena for promoting advocacy in communities large or small.
The webinar series is scheduled for each Thursday evening at 7 p.m. ET beginning January 19, 2023. Each episode will be 45 minutes to one hour in length with Q & A as time allows.
Power Up: Legislative Action Center (LAC) is for Me is the second installment in GFWC’s “The Power of You” advocacy training series which is dedicated to creating an arena for advocating in communities large or small. Attendees will take a deep dive into GFWC’s Legislative Action Center (LAC). Learn how to subscribe to the LAC, contact your members of Congress, find and track state and federal legislation, discover how your members of Congress vote on legislation GFWC is monitoring, and more.
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