Will Singer, former clerk to the DC Council Committee on Human Services and former budget director for Mayor Adrian Fenty has said this about this new guide:
Susie Cambria has written an easy-to-use guide that allows readers to benefit from her experience and insight as an influential advocate. This valuable resource will help new voices speak with persuasive force on public policy issues. Even seasoned insiders will find useful notes and reminders here.
And then there is this from Veronica O. Davis, PE of Life in the Village and Hillcrest Transportation Committee:
Where was this when I started advocacy in DC? This is an extremely useful guide that helps understand the process and best way to communicate to decision-makers.
Chuck Bean, Executive Director of Nonprofit Roundtable of Greater Washington, says this:
"Communications for DC Advocates" takes the guesswork out of writing testimony and planning events with elected and appointed officials and staff. This guide will surely become a go-to for nonprofits which engage DC government officials to make a difference.
The cost is $35 and includes the 41-page guide (PDF) and templates for written documents (Word, .doc). You can pay for the guide and receive it within 24 hours by using this link:Should you have any questions about the guide, please contact me via email.
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