Advocating while in a meeting with your Member of Congress or their staff can be intimidating. What approach should I take? How many people should I bring? How should I convey the importance of this issue? Why is my meeting in the hallway?
Join Megan Ortegon and Dan Snedden – past Congressional staffers, now both Managers of Public Policy at the American Library Association Washington Office – as they discuss their experience from across the meeting table and relay best practices for conducting a successful congressional meeting.
Advice from Past Congressional Staffers: How to Conduct a Successful Capitol Hill Meeting
April 4, 2018
3:00 – 3:30 p.m eastern
Unable to join us that day? The recording will be available on the ALA YouTube channel immediately following the event.
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