NCLC 2019 Schedule

 
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Schedule Overview

SATURDAY October 19th NCLC 2019 opens at 12:30 pm with our action packed conference at the Hilton Crystal City hotel! We kick off with:

  • networking session Saturday afternoon

  • powerful main stage program

  • choose from four high impact breakout sessions

  • network with friends, allies, political, business, civic, and philanthropy leaders

  • a plated dinner with more main stage programming

  • to celebrate 100 years of women's suffrage, 19th Amendment wines and soft drinks

SUNDAY October 20th, we have a full day of networking, learning and empowering at the Hilton Crystal City Hotel with programming including:

  • network with other citizen leaders over continental breakfast

  • two powerful main stage plenaries

  • plated lunch with main stage celebration of 2019 victories and citizen leader champions

  • get ready to take on Congress with our acclaimed Citizen Lobby Day training program

  • build new skills and powerful tools by choosing from eight breakout sessions

  • action packed and inspirational closing

Enjoy dinner in the DC area Sunday night with fellow citizen leaders from your state, Lobby Day group and new NCLC friends.

MONDAY, October 21st is Citizen Lobby Day on Capitol Hill. Meet up at the Hilton Crystal City to head to Capitol Hill as a group:

  • group picture on the Capitol steps 8:00am

  • second annual parade behind bagpipes and flags to deliver state resolutions to Congress: New Hampshire will take the lead as the 20th state!

  • organized, pre-scheduled meetings with Senators and Representatives

  • meet up for debrief, strategy plan, and celebrate success of citizen lobby day

 
 

PRAISE FOR THE NATIONAL CITIZEN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE:

“I’m so grateful for the chance to connect with new people who want common-sense approaches to the problems we're trying to deal with. They may not be of the same political persuasion, but realizing that making these vital democracy reforms means we’re all in it together is what NCLC is all about.”

—2018 conference attendee

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