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How to Win: Strategizing for Success

November 18 at 9:00 am - 10:30 am EST

Free

No matter your challenge or obstacle, effective planning and political power mapping can help you to achieve success for your cause. Power mapping is an effective advocacy tool used to identify and strategize how to influence key decision-makers or influencers needed most to raise awareness and build grassroots support. By honing in on your desired outcome, you can develop your program design, activities, and actions that will help to achieve your desired outcomes. Rachel Burgin and Jenna Netherton together have over 26 years of experience engaging in political campaigns, grassroots issue campaigns, and human rights policy issues. During this session, they will share proven ways to find political success.

Rachel Burgin, Former Florida State Representative, Strategic Director, Grassroots Leadership Academy

Rachel served as State Representative for District 56 in the Florida House of Representatives from 2008-2012. At that time, she was the youngest Republican woman ever elected to the Florida Legislature. Prior to being elected, Rachel served her community on the local and state levels with the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners and the Florida House of Representatives. She also served at the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives under President George W. Bush. Rachel is passionate about grassroots movements and advancing freedom in her role as a Strategic Director for Americans for Prosperity Foundation.

Jenna Netherton, Former South Dakota State Senator, Senior Trainer, Grassroots Leadership Academy

Jenna Netherton is a Grassroots Trainer & Curriculum Specialist for the Grassroots Leadership Academy. As a former state senator from South Dakota, she was elected as the youngest female legislator in the state’s history. She served as Vice Chairman of the Education and State Affairs Committees. Jenna is an advocate of liberty at home and abroad. She was honoured as a top 10 conservative under the age of 40 and was invited to speak at CPAC. Jenna also received an award for Conservative Excellence from American Conservative Union and has been a delegate to Turkey and China. As a descendent of immigrants from Lebanon, Jenna is motivated by the inspirational leadership of our country’s early pioneers and strongly believes in the power of an individual to positively influence their community. She currently resides in Texas with her husband.

Details

Date:
November 18
Time:
9:00 am - 10:30 am EST
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81286186011?pwd=NnlZZXJHUnVsWlZJb3hBdUNzOEx3QT09

Venue

Zoom

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