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501c3 Lobbying How-To Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Ellen Gardner
16:08
Ellen Gardner, Chesapeake Conservancy
Kristin Reilly
17:43
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Elizabeth Joyce
18:36
Elizabeth Joyce, Responsible Growth for Montgomery County
Serena Moncion
19:06
Hi all, Serena Moncion with Potomac Riverkeeper Network
Kristin Reilly
26:53
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Alexandra Campbell-Ferrari
27:16
Luke Wilson, CWSC
Hieu Truong
27:56
Hieu Truong, Community Development Network of MD
Mary Pfaffko
28:14
Mary Pfaffko, Defenders of Wildlife
Elizabeth Joyce
28:28
Will the slides be available after the presentation?
Kristin Reilly
28:50
Yes! Slides will be shared and the recording as well.
Elizabeth Joyce
33:57
Wonderful! Thank you.
Amy Wyant
36:42
We provide technical assistance to local municipalities for clean energy projects and community resiliency work. If we influence those leaders to take on those projects and form relationships with them, if we share other information through our newsletter that would be more lobbying or other communication, could that be counted?
Drew Robinson
56:44
What about asking your supporters to thank a legislator for taking XYZ action -- is that lobbying?
Emily Dekar
01:07:38
Sorry - I have to jump off for another meeting.
Kristin Reilly
01:07:54
Bye, Emily!
Ellen Gardner
01:08:41
Thank you for your expertise and presentation.
Alexandra Campbell-Ferrari
01:11:35
Can you talk more about how the “specific policy proposal” is defined? Are proposals like “we need to eliminate pollution from our waters” or “you need to act to end discrimination against this vulnerable population” counted in this?
Alexandra Campbell-Ferrari
01:15:27
Also is providing technical assistance with someone you know will use that TA for direct lobbying considered direct lobbying?
Alexandra Campbell-Ferrari
01:17:48
Thanks!
Jenna Dodson
01:17:55
Thank you so much, this was so helpful!
Renee Reber (she/hers)
01:18:00
Thank you! Very informative!
Annie Richards
01:18:11
Wow, that was great. Thanks so much!
Anna Rutenbeck
01:18:26
Thank you so much!
Serena Moncion
01:18:35
I sure will1! thank you!!