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Wednesday, June 5 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Local to State Advocacy: Equitable Community Engagement in Policy Reform FULL

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Participants will learn new approaches to bringing together community stakeholders around common advocacy goals and prioritizing stakeholder voices to create more effective and equitable local and state policies. Session information will include the nuts and bolts of shaping statewide policies through the legislative process: working in a coalition to draft a bill, securing a bill author, garnering bill support, addressing opposition, moving the bill through committees, managing floor votes, and obtaining the Governor's signature. The session will also include specific strategies for how legal aid organizations and community stakeholders can work together to inform policies and how local and state reform efforts can work synergistically to move a collective agenda forward.

Speakers
avatar for Julia Frudden

Julia Frudden

Director of Community Advocacy, Child Care Law Center
Julia Frudden joined the Child Care Law Center in 2016. She directs engagement efforts for community development initiatives and advocates for fair housing and land use laws for family child care homes. She has led multiple successful outreach efforts to promote awareness of child... Read More →
avatar for Lucy Salcido Carter

Lucy Salcido Carter

Policy Advocate, Youth Law Center
Lucy Salcido Carter joined the Youth Law Center in 2016 to serve as policy advocate, providing policy leadership and support to a wide range of YLC efforts including the Quality Parenting Initiative, grant-funded projects, and legislative reforms. For 25 years, Lucy has worked with... Read More →
avatar for Virginia Corrigan

Virginia Corrigan

Staff Attorney, Youth Law Center
Virginia Corrigan joined the Youth Law Center as an Equal Justice Works Fellow sponsored by Baker & McKenzie and Intel in September 2013 and became a staff attorney in 2015. Virginia’s current work focuses on a range of issues affecting children and youth, including improving conditions... Read More →



Wednesday June 5, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm PDT
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