Congressional Lobbying Workshop
Date: Saturday, March 21
Location: Georgetown University
No matter what your political persuasion, we can all agree on one important fact: lobbying matters.
Interested in international affairs? Or influencing the political decision making process?
Join us to learn how to advocate effectively for Taiwan, or issues in general, on Capitol Hill!!! We'll discuss talking points, strategies, and how to arrange successful meetings with members of Congress and their staff. It's easier than you think to bring change.
Facilitator Julia Famularo currently serves as the FAPA Young Professionals Group Lobbying Co-Chair. She is a doctoral student in Modern East Asian political history at Georgetown University. She received her M.A. from Columbia University and B.A. from Haverford College in East Asian Studies. Julia recently completed her Fulbright Fellowship in Taiwan, where she studied the rise of ethno-nationalism in Taiwan and its impact on electoral politics. Last summer, she was a participant in the Formosa Foundation Ambassadors Program.
Please RSVP through this Facebook event or email Georgetown TASA, firstname.lastname@example.org.