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Democracy in Action: Roles of an Advocate
Lobbyists act as the liaisons between the people and Congress. They have expertise--and strong opinions-- on specific issues ranging from funding for bridges and school lunches to advocating for women’s rights and judicial nominees. Because of this, Lobbyists often have close relationships with business and political leaders. They also have deep knowledge about and insights into congressional staff. Their job is to craft a convincing narrative about their particular subject. They must convince Congressional staffers to come around to their view, while accurately reflecting the positions of those they represent. Their access to Congress makes them important intermediaries in the development, enactment, and implementation of public policy.

Join us for a Women’s History Month panel discussion moderated by members of Capital Jewish Museum’s Teen Council as we hear three beltway insiders Judy Lichtman, Marcia Greenberger and Nan Aron, discuss their role in shaping our democracy.

Mar 16, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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