Tennessee Adult Educators Build Partnerships for Advocacy
Date: March 12, 2011
Hello Tennessee Adult Educators!
Thank you for attending today’s symposium on Public Policy Advocacy Partnerships here in Nashville, Tennessee. We are happy to be here with you today and we look forward to exploring how we can work together to build partnerships in advocating for adult education and literacy.
Our speakers include Karla Davis, Commissioner of the TN Department of Labor and Workforce Development; Marva Doremus, Acting Administrator of Adult Education; Heidi Silver-Pacuilla, NCL President; Judd Matheny (R) TN House Speaker Pro Tempore; Joe Towns (D) TN House, Mike Turner (D) TN House; Brenda Wynn, Office of US Representative Jim Cooper; Kathy Floyd Buggs, Office of US Representative Jim Cooper; Michael Schulz, Office of US Senator Lamar Alexander; and many local panelists and presenters. We are looking forward to an outstanding day packed with valuable information and practical, hands-on resources! We’re also including a video below that we will view and discuss this morning.
Please post an introduction in the Comment box below.
Tell us your thoughts on this question:
How do you plan to use technology
to advance your public policy and advocacy agenda locally?
Post by close of business on Friday, March 18, 2011. We will draw three names from among those who have posted to receive the book titled The Lobbying and Advocacy Handbook for Nonprofit Organizations.
Please weigh in now!
Marsha Tait and Jackie Taylor
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