All you need to know to prepare for a successful session and year. Join MNA for this three part series to prepare you and your organization to effectively and legally advocate and lobby during the 2021 Montana Legislative session.
Webinars will take place 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM MTN on the following days*:
October 21 | Planning for the Legislative Session and Connecting with Candidates
November 18 | Stay Legal and Lobby UPDATED
December 2 | Montana Legislative Tips UPDATED
Session Objectives and Description
October 21 | Planning for the Legislative Session and Connecting with CandidatesThe election is around the corner, and it’s not too late to reach out and ensure the candidates are aware of your mission and how it contributes to your community’s vitality and quality of life. This session focuses on relationship building, which is a foundational component of effective advocacy. Participants will explore:
November 18 | Stay Legal and LobbyNow that you know the election results you are positioned to take the next steps to prepare for the legislative session. In this webinar we will overview how to create and implement a lobbying and advocacy plan while staying legally compliant. Participants will learn:
December 2 | Montana Legislative TipsThe Montana legislative session moves quickly and includes both predictability and rapid change. This webinar will focus exclusively on the legislative session: the calendar and website, how and when to be a presence in hearings, and the significance of working the halls outside of hearings. Participants will explore:
*Missed a Session? Don't worry: All sessions will be recorded and available to view after the designated times.
MNA Members:$35 | Session$95 | Series
Non-MNA Members:$70 | Session$180 | Series
*Scholarships Available. Apply Here*
Liz Moore, MNM, has been the Executive Director for Montana Nonprofit Association (MNA) since 2011. During that time she has lobbied and advocated extensively at the state and federal levels on behalf of Montana’s nonprofit sector. In addition to working with MNA’s Public Policy Council to lead MNA’s policy efforts, she serves on the Board of the National Council of Nonprofits. In that role she serves as the chair of the National Council’s Public Policy Committee. Liz is also an adjunct professor for the University of Montana, teaching Nonprofit Policy and Advocacy in the Masters of Public Administration Program.
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