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NLC4 Progress 11.19.15

Posted by New Leaders Council 4 Admin on November 19, 2015 at 12:20 PM
Policy and Events for the NLC Community
November 20, 2015

NLC4 Continues Alumni Deep Dive; Will Highlight Alums

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Senior Digital Fellow Beth Becker hosts digital trainings in Phoenix AZ, Nashville TN (special rate for NLC)

Intro to Digital Organizing

  • January 12-13
  • Phoenix, AZ
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Social Media Strategy

  • January 14-15
  • Phoenix, AZ
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Intro to Digital Organizing

  • January 19-20
  • Nashville, TN
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Social Media Strategy

  • January 21-22
  • Nashville, TN
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CAP: A Transatlantic Policy Conversation on Global Food Security

  • Join the Center for American Progress to discuss the transatlantic policy responses from U.S. and European policymakers on food security—alongside the related challenges of climate change, environmental deterioration, and water management—as key concerns for development and global governance.
  • November 23, 12:00-1:30pm est
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Press and Features

16 NLC alums are currently in office

  1. Marshall Archer, Ward 7 Warden, Saco, Maine
  2. Michelle Cares, City Council Ward 6 , Missoula, Montana
  3. Ashli Stempel Town Councilor Precinct 8, Greenfield, Massachusetts
  4. Dan Futrell,School Committee Ward 2, Somerville, Massachusetts
  5. Bill Moen Jr., Freeholder, Camden County, New Jersey
  6. Ian Cain, City Councilor, Quincy, Massachusetts
  7. Shayla Nealy, Councilmember, Union City, Georgia
  8. Ted James, District 101, Louisiana House of Representatives
  9. Alex Randolph, Trustee, San Francisco City College Board
  10. Kim Dudik, Montana State Legislature
  11. Ellie Hill , Montana State Legislature
  12. Jen Dursky, Montana State Legislature
  13. Matt Westmoreland, School Board, Atlanta
  14. James Diossa, Mayor, Central Falls, Rhode Island
  15. Olivia Zink, Ward 2 City Council, Franklin, New Hampshire
  16. Matt Haney, School board member, San Francisco

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Policy and Research

  • Congress buys more time to pass a transportation bill
  • A U.S.  Defense Policy for the 21st Century
  • The five things that could still force a government shutdown
  • Administering Paid Family and Medical Leave - Learning from International and Domestic Examples
  • Just Facts: As Many Americans Have Criminal Records As College Diplomas
  • There’s Nothing Christian About Blocking Non-Christian Refugees to the U.S.
  • Washington Monthly: For More and Better Choices in Wireless Broadband, Government Should Give Up More Spectrum