We're changing things up a bit for the latest iteration of the BAEF's Peer Learning Sessions, which will happen on Monday, March 18th @ 1 PM EST. This next one will be less a teaching session and more a briefing session. I'll let our friends at Congressional Management Foundation explain:
"A new Congress means new committee and subcommittee chairs, new alliances, and significant changes in the political terrain on Capitol Hill. With the shift in power, and term limits for committee chairs in the House and Senate, an advocate who may have been represented by an anonymous back-bencher last year might now be the conduit to the most important legislator for your cause. This webinar will offering a snapshot of the 116th Congress, offering participants a window into how to build relationships with lawmakers. The presentation will be conducted by Bradford Fitch, President and CEO of the Congressional Management Foundation (CMF). CMF is a 501(c)(3) nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to building trust and effectiveness in Congress."
We know that a large percentage of Bridge Alliance members are committed to tackling our nation's problems through legislative reform, and we're excited to offer you this opportunity to get a pulse on what's happening in our nation's Capitol.
As always, this webinar will be for Bridge Alliance member organizations and will be conducted through Zoom Video Conference. If you would like to join us, please RSVP through this page by March 13th.
Also, please note that our past peer sessions are all available on the Bridge Alliance's Members Benefits Page, which also links to several other BA benefits, as well as a link to RSVP for our first ever Consultant Learning Session on March 21st (....with another one on tap for April).
Thank you for all your work and we hope to see you on the 18th!