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Nonprofit Policy Caucus

The New Political Landscape: What We Need to Know

Join us for our annual Policy Caucus and get the latest information about changes in the political make-up of our government. With its timing just following the elections, the Caucus will bring nonprofit leaders together with political analysts to explore the new political landscape. Take part in conversation that will guide you in responding to policy proposals, adapting to changes in government, and educating policy makers on the vast importance of New Hampshire’s nonprofit sector.

Join us on December 11. Your voice is needed!

Moderator

Elissa Margolin, Margolin Consulting

Elissa is a consultant to nonprofits with a specialty in public policy. She has worked to advance many critical policy issues in New Hampshire with several organizations including: the NH Center for Nonprofits; Housing Action NH; the Growth and Development Roundtable; NH Voices for Health; and the American Heart Association.

Panelists

Anna Brown, Citizens Count

Anna Brown is Director of Research and Analysis for Citizens Count, a nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to making it easier for voters to get involved with their government. Her work includes candidate research, outreach at the Statehouse, and summarizing and tracking the status of each of the roughly 1,000 bills proposed in the state legislature each year. She holds a BA in Political Science and a MA in Justice Studies from the University of New Hampshire.

Dean Spiliotes, Southern New Hampshire University

Dean Spiliotes is Civic Scholar in the School of Arts and Sciences at Southern New Hampshire University. He is also founder of the blog, NHPoliticalCapital.com. Dean’s work focuses on presidential politics and policy, campaigns and elections, and New Hampshire politics and its presidential primary. He is author of the book, Vicious Cycle: Presidential Decision Making in the American Political Economy, and has published in a variety of professional political science journals. Dean provides frequent political analysis for local and national media outlets, and is a regular contributor to New Hampshire Public Radio’s Friday New Hampshire News Roundup. Dean earned his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Chicago.

Scott Spradling, The Spradling Group

Scott Spradling is an Emmy award winning former reporter, anchor and political director for WMUR-TV in Manchester, NH. Since 2008, Scott has operated his public relations and consulting firm, The Spradling Group. Over that time, Scott has worked closely on a variety of major projects in New Hampshire, with clients of all sizes and backgrounds. Whether he is working with New Hampshire Motor Speedway to help with special projects, working with CMC Hospital on various marketing and business plans, leading crisis communications efforts for businesses facing a challenge, or representing clients on major issues of concern at the State House, Scott maintains his relationships with media, political leaders and business leaders of all backgrounds to help his clients meet their goals.

 

Date/Time: Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 9:00am to 12:00 pm
Location: NH Audubon McLane Center , Concord
Fees: Member - $25; Not yet member - $50

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