This all-day team-based workshop will teach you crucial advocacy skills, such as how to define and frame an issue, how to build coalitions, how to develop and implement a strategic plan, and how to testify at a legislative hearing.
When: Saturday, September 23 from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Where: Instructional Building, L206/209
Who: MPH students, first-come-first-serve. Please RSVP by September 16th.
You will learn these skills and apply them in a case study to advocate for Congress to continue funding for PEPFAR (President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief). This session will be of interest and relevance to all MPH students, particularly to those with an interest in Global Health. There is limited space in this workshop, so sign up now!
- Harold Cox, Associate Dean for Public Health Practice
- Rich Feeley, Associate Professor, Global Health
- Laurie Stillman, former Exec. Dir., Mass Public Health Association; Chief Strategy Officer, Health Resources in Action
- Anne Fidler, Asst. Dean for Public Health Practice