By Invitation Only
The Future of Political Action and Advocacy:
Fuel Grassroots Lobbying Movements, Powered by Smartphones
Association Executives (C-Level only)
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
5:30 pm to 8:00 pm
The City Club of Washington, DC
555 13th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004
Speaker: Ximena Hartsock (Invited), Co-Founder and President, Phone2Action, Inc.
Mobile technologies and the social media have fueled the rise of innovation across many areas of our lives, from transportation to dating. There’s not as much discussion about innovation around policy making and advocacy. But that is changing. Learn how mobile technologies are used to help leading national trade associations to bridge the gap between their members and policy makers. See how they use mobile platforms within the organization to attract and engage supporters. Social media, calling, email tools, and at live events these smartphone solutions connect supporters to elected officials 365/24/7 to amplify people’s voices to drive real change.
Ximena Hartsock is an advocate at heart and has been involved in social advocacy campaigns since she was 11. Prior to co-founding Phone2Action, she managed membership and outreach for a national advocacy organization, where she ran hundreds of campaigns across the US. She has also held numerous leadership positions in Washington, DC, including spending time as a Principal, Assistant Superintendent and Agency Director. In 2009 she was appointed to the Executive Cabinet of DC Mayor Fenty. She understands advocacy both from 30,000 feet and on-the-ground, and her expertise is in making the impossible happen on a routine basis. She has a Doctorate in Policy Studies from the George Washington University and she was born and raised in Santiago Chile. She is passionate about education and about empowering people to take action to make this world a better place.
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Hors D’Oeuvres and Cocktails will be served.
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