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Thursday, February 24, 2022

   

One Month Out, Advocacy Day Registrations Top 500

Resources available to help attendees prepare for Advocacy Day
Attendance for WHA’s Advocacy Day on March 23 has topped 500, with one month to go until the highly anticipated event. The virtual event platform being used for the event, LeaderPass, opened to all registered attendees on Feb. 23. Attendees are encouraged to log into the site prior to the live Advocacy Day event to familiarize themselves with the platform.  

"Resources and content have been added to the event site for attendees to explore, providing an opportunity for participants to familiarize themselves with the platform early," said WHA Vice President of Advocacy Kari Hofer. "We plan to roll out more resources as we get closer to March 23 to help prepare advocates for the day," Hofer added.
 
An email is sent to all registered attendees with instructions for creating a LeaderPass account. For questions about Advocacy Day or for instructions to create a LeaderPass account, contact WHA staff at 608-274-1820.
 
There is no cost to attend WHA's Advocacy Day, but pre-registration is required. Learn more and register here.
 

Pre-Advocacy Day Webinar: March 16

To prepare advocates for Advocacy Day and the legislative visits, attendees are encouraged to join WHA's Pre-Advocacy Day Webinar on March 16 at 1:00 p.m. An online registration form for the session is available here.
 
This webinar will provide valuable information on the following topics:
  • Why legislative visits are important;
  • How legislative visits work;
  • Logistics of the virtual format and Zoom best practices; and
  • Overview of the issue topics WHA will ask participants to discuss during their legislative appointments.
The webinar will include an opportunity for registrants to ask questions of WHA staff. It will be recorded and available in the LeaderPass virtual event platform for all registered attendees. 
 
Questions about Advocacy Day can be directed to Kari Hofer.
 

This story originally appeared in the February 24, 2022 edition of WHA Newsletter

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Thursday, February 24, 2022

One Month Out, Advocacy Day Registrations Top 500

Resources available to help attendees prepare for Advocacy Day
Attendance for WHA’s Advocacy Day on March 23 has topped 500, with one month to go until the highly anticipated event. The virtual event platform being used for the event, LeaderPass, opened to all registered attendees on Feb. 23. Attendees are encouraged to log into the site prior to the live Advocacy Day event to familiarize themselves with the platform.  

"Resources and content have been added to the event site for attendees to explore, providing an opportunity for participants to familiarize themselves with the platform early," said WHA Vice President of Advocacy Kari Hofer. "We plan to roll out more resources as we get closer to March 23 to help prepare advocates for the day," Hofer added.
 
An email is sent to all registered attendees with instructions for creating a LeaderPass account. For questions about Advocacy Day or for instructions to create a LeaderPass account, contact WHA staff at 608-274-1820.
 
There is no cost to attend WHA's Advocacy Day, but pre-registration is required. Learn more and register here.
 

Pre-Advocacy Day Webinar: March 16

To prepare advocates for Advocacy Day and the legislative visits, attendees are encouraged to join WHA's Pre-Advocacy Day Webinar on March 16 at 1:00 p.m. An online registration form for the session is available here.
 
This webinar will provide valuable information on the following topics:
  • Why legislative visits are important;
  • How legislative visits work;
  • Logistics of the virtual format and Zoom best practices; and
  • Overview of the issue topics WHA will ask participants to discuss during their legislative appointments.
The webinar will include an opportunity for registrants to ask questions of WHA staff. It will be recorded and available in the LeaderPass virtual event platform for all registered attendees. 
 
Questions about Advocacy Day can be directed to Kari Hofer.
 

This story originally appeared in the February 24, 2022 edition of WHA Newsletter