SLGR Agenda

LEARNING TRACKS TO ELEVATE YOUR EXPERIENCE

Essentials of Government Relations

Strategy and Showcasing the Function

Professional Development

Tactics that Move the Needle

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Monday, September 24

5:30–7:30 p.m.
Pre-Conference Networking Reception

Make new connections. Reconnect with current ones. Talk with peers about what’s trending in their organizations and parts of the country.


serlinhaley.com
 @serlinhaley

Tuesday, September 25

8 a.m.
Registration/Welcome Breakfast

8:30 a.m.
Opening Session: 
George Washington and Legislative Leadership

Mt. Vernon, George Washington’s home, is approximately 20 minutes from our conference location. Washington spent years serving as and working with elected officials. What lessons can we learn about building and managing relationships from Washington’s approach?

Brunsman_Denver_cropped

Denver Brunsman
Associate Professor of History
The George Washington University

9:30 a.m.

Lobbying and Social Media Disclosure and Compliance 

This session will help protect your organization’s reputation by staying compliant with key disclosure regulations and deadlines, including those governing social media. Organizations are increasingly relying on social media as a lobbying and advocacy tool. Cities and states are following suit with regulations on activity and new requirements for reporting.

We will discuss:

  • Trends in compliance and important changes in state lobbying laws;
  • How to comply current gift and pay-to-play rules that vary across states; and
  • If a tweet or Facebook post count as lobbying
  • When local- or state-level online advocacy campaign might require compliance fillings
gross_ken-new-1

Ken Gross
Partner, Political Law
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
@SkaddenArps

Strategic Mindset: Positioning State and Local Government Relations as a Business Development Function 

It’s important to be a good tactician. It’s essential to be a great strategist. Every part of an organization is responsible for achieving the company’s bottom-line business targets. This session will help define government relations functions change their philosophy and way of working – and adopt the mentality of growing an organization’s freedom to operate and achieving its strategic and bottom-line goals:

  • Speaking the language of your executives and translating government relations work into terms they understand;
  • Anticipating the needs of organizational and delivering before asked; and
  • Integrating business units into your public affairs initiatives.
DiGangi_Tom

Thomas DiGangi, Jr.
Vice President, Government & Regulatory Affairs
The Gordian Group

Bender_Chris_NEW

Chris Bender
Vice President
Public Affairs Council
@cseanbender   @PACouncil

10:30 a.m.
Networking Break

10:45 a.m.

Mastering the Ballot: Understanding 2018’s Pivotal Initiatives. Using Ballot Initiatives to Your Advantage. 

Abortion policy in Alabama. An antidiscrimination referendum in Massachusetts. Voter ID qualifications in Arkansas, Clean Energy in Arizona and Nevada. Those are just a few of the proposals voters will decide on in 2018. In this session, we’ll survey the nation’s major ballot initiatives, whether they are likely to pass or fail and what they portend for other states. We’ll also talk ballot initiative strategy:

  • When and how to advance your organization’s agenda; and
  • How to defend against potential risks and identify opportunities associated by ballot initiatives.
Rico Izaguirre

Ulrico Izaguirre
Vice President and Head of Government Relations and Public Policy
Affirm, Inc.

sproul nathan

Nathan Sproul
Co-Founder and Managing Director
Lincoln Strategy Group

Showcasing Value and Demonstrating ROI 

How do government relations team members build relationships with – and generate buy-in from – their internal stakeholders? Use bottom-line indicators to demonstrate impact. In this session, we’ll discuss:

  • Measurement tools that produce the types of data most valuable to internal stakeholders;
  • Demonstrating ROI in bottom-line business terms; and
  • Strategies used by best-in-class government relations teams use to measure and communicate their value
Ferraro_Rick_cropped

Rick Ferraro
President
Iron Peak Alliance

Moss_Duncan (2)

Duncan Moss
Vice President
Iron Peak Alliance

11:45 a.m.
Plenary Lunch: 2018 State and Local Election Preview

We’ll take an in-depth look at what experts predict in key state and local elections. We’ll focus on:

  • Gubernatorial, state and local races with an emphasis on perspectives, expectations and motivations of voters; and
  • Key ballot initiatives and, depending on their outcome, what they portend for other states.
cohen_michael

Michael Cohen
Founder & CEO
Cohen Research Group
@MichaelCohen

1:15 p.m.

Writing Workshop: Issue Briefs, Position Papers and More 

Get hands-on training and practice writing some of the essential documents for government relations:

  • Bill summaries
  • Issue briefs
  • Meeting briefings
  • Legislative call to actions
Brandt_John_linkedin

John Brandt
Manager, Policy Communications & Corporate Responsibility
Public Affairs Council
@PACouncil

Card_Jean

Jean Card
Principal
Jean Card Ink
@JeanCard

Issues Management: Maximizing Opportunity, Minimizing Risk 

To successfully overcome complex policy, regulatory or public perception issues, your government relations team needs a strategic issues management process. Join us and learn how to:

  • Map your organization’s issues of policy and regulatory opportunity and risk; and
  • Design a process for understanding, assessing, planning and executing on them, as well as evaluating your team’s performance.
Adrienne Olson

Adrienne Olson
Partner
Quarles & Brady LLP

Breanna Olson

Breanna Schafer
Senior Director, Government Affairs
Target Corporation
@breannacschafer

2:15 p.m.

Trade Association Mapping: Determining Where Your Organization Should Engage 

The National League of Cities. The National Conference of State Legislatures. The…you get it. It’s tough to know where to engage and tougher to defend the expenditure if your organization sees no results. In this session, we’ll talk about:

  • Mapping the key state and local associations and determining which have the most relevance to your agenda; and
  • Driving your organization’s goals through engagement with those associations.
Maloney_David_linkedin

David Maloney
Director, Strategic Partnerships and Development
National League of Cities

Silard_Kevin_linkedin

Kevin Silard
Director, NGA PARTNERS
National Governors Association

Chris Thomas

Chris Thomas
Senior Vice President, Government Market Head
WSP USA
@christhomasDC

Controversy and Crisis Management 

Crises happen. Is your state and local team ready? Even more, are they predicting with might occur and trying to stave it off before it does? Hear from experts on strategies that work in a policy, regulatory or reputational crisis or controversy:

  • Anticipating and flagging issues that might balloon into a controversy or crisis and working to minimize them before they do;
  • Building a crisis capability within your function and organization, including running training and simulation exercises; and
  • Effectively engaging external validators to come to your defense.
culling_josh_linkedin_cropped

Josh Culling
Senior Vice President
Dezenhall Resources, Limited

pinkham_headshot_hr

Douglas G. Pinkham
President
Public Affairs Council

3:15 p.m.
Networking Break


phone2action.com   @phone2action

3:45 p.m.

Creating Impact with Spread-Out Teams 

State and local government relations teams face a geographic challenge: They are often spread across different states with little support, managing competing legislative calendars and unpredictable issues. In this session, we’ll discuss how successful state and local GR functions:

  • Build, maintain and grow a team that works well together despite the distance;
  • Prioritize their government relations work, helping them understand which initiatives take precedence when priorities compete; and
  • Coordinate and share resources across team members, to the extent possible, to increase external impact
Gehlhaart_Donna _cropped

Donna Gehlhaart
Director of State Government Relations
International Paper

riehl_scott

Scott Riehl
Vice President, State Government Relations
Equipment Leasing & Finance Association

Sales and Negotiation Training: Getting to Yes 

We are, in essence, selling: Convincing public officials to implement our agenda. Courting third-party organizations for their support. Demonstrating our value inside our organization.

During this session, successful salespeople will share ways we can:

  • Identify the root needs and wants of our audience;
  • Make a proposal more likely to get accepted without alteration; and
  • Close the deal more quickly.
Capture

Matt Meehan
Director, Pfizer U.S. Government Relations & Public Affairs
Lead, Pfizer PAC
Pfizer Inc.
@m50germ

4:30 p.m.
Orientation to the Public Affairs Council’s Resources and Services

Learn how to access the Council’s public affairs experts, research, executive education offerings and networking opportunities.

4:45 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
Networking Reception

Make new connections. Reconnect with current ones. Share learnings and insights from Day One of our conference.

 


multistate.us   @MultiStateAssoc

Wednesday, September 26

8 a.m.
Networking Breakfast


quarles.com

8:30 a.m.
Opening Session: “Here’s what I want to hear.” Pro Tips from the Mayor

What type of fly-in, letter campaign or event moves an elected official to say, “We’ve got to do this? Hear from the Mayor of Alexandria, Virginia about what makes impactful, memorable and convincing advocacy.

Allison Silberberg Headshot

Mayor Allison Silberberg
Alexandria, Virginia
@A_Silberberg

9:30 a.m.

Winning Policy and Regulatory Battles with Digital Advocacy 

 Geofiltering. Hyper-targeting. Thought leadership: All rapidly evolving strategies and tactics changing how state and local government relations professionals activate their audiences. We’ll look at:

  • Emerging technologies that are reshaping state and local government relations;
  • Best practices for digitally engaging mayors, state elected officials and more; and
  • Examples of campaigns that won policy or regulatory battles.
Erica Farage

Erica Farage
Vice President, Political Affairs and Grassroots Advocacy
International Franchise Association
@franchiseaction

Hatton_Brandon_linkedin_cropped

Brandon Hatton
Public Policy and Government Affairs
Airbnb, Inc.

Career Advancement Workshop 

What characteristics do you need to be an influential team member and future leader? Join our panelists and discuss:

  • Essential skills all state and local government relations professionals need to advance;
  • Ways you can further develop those skills; and
  • How you can become a more effective leader and example for your team, and get noticed inside your organization.
David

David Burd
Legal, Risk, Compliance & Government Affairs Practice
Heidrick & Struggles

Woody_Conrad

Conrad Woody
Principal, Corporate Affairs Practice
Korn Ferry
@cwoodyjr

10:30 a.m.
Networking Break

11 a.m.

City Councils, City Agencies and School Boards: Impactful Engagement at the Local Level 

Zoning, permitting, government contracts and community/business development: all in the purview of local officials. Hear how leading state and local government relations professionals are successfully getting what their organizations need from board, commissions and local officials. We will discuss:

  • Best practices for working with local officials;
  • Ethics considerations;
  • Building and maintaining relationships, especially when agencies experience turnover; and
  • Mastering local policy-making processes.
Dick_Jay_cropped

Jay H. Dick
Senior Director of State & Local Government Affairs
Americans for the Arts
@JayAFTA

Jen-Johnson

Jennifer Johnson
Director, Government Relations
Mobilitie

Passey_Jennifer_cropped

Fairfax City Councilmember Jennifer Passey
City of Fairfax, Virginia
@jennifer_passey

Practitioner Panel: What You Should Know but No One Will Tell You 

Join us as seasoned government professionals reveal their secrets for success:

  • Experiences in and lessons from legislative trenches
  • Dealing with tough situations and personalities
  • Balancing the demands of legislative and policy advocacy with everyday life
Clark_Jackie_cropped

Jacqueline K. Clark, APR
Fellow, PRSA; Director, Communications & Public Affairs
Ash Grove Cement Company
@Jackie_Tiger

Jumper_Steve_cropped

Steven Jumper
Director, Corporate Public Policy
WGL

Patroski Lawson (enlarged)

Patroski Lawson
Principal
The KPM Group DC

Session Facilitator:

Bartz_Elizabeth_cropped

Elizabeth Bartz
President & CEO
State and Federal Communications, Inc.
@elizabethbartz

12 p.m.
Regional Networking Lunch

Connect with your peers and discuss regional topics at a discussion table dedicated to different portions of the country: Midwest, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast and Southwest.

1:30 p.m.

After the Election: Building Relationships with an Incoming Administration 

Learn how to forge critical new relationships, build credibility and establish yourself and your organization as a key resource for a new administration.

  • Understanding influencers who have the administration’s ear and building networks with them;
  • Topics to cover in a first meeting.
Kato_Natalie_cropped

Natalie Kato
Attorney
Lewis, Longman & Walker

Matthews_Maria_cropped

Maria Matthews
Senior Manager, Grassroots Programs & State Relations
American Society of Civil Engineers

Two-Hour Collateral Workshop: Building a Leave-Behind In a Pinch  

Imagine: It’s 2 pm. You’ve secured a critical legislative meeting at 4 pm. You need a fact sheet but there’s no one available to create it, so you create it yourself.

After this session, you’ll have the tools.

In this two-hour, hands-on workshop, learn the fundamentals and essentials for creating compelling fact sheets for policy makers, regulators and their staffs. Bring your computer and we will provide the training to prepare a high-quality leave-behind for a last-minute meeting. Graphic design background, training and software is not required. We will teach you to create materials using Microsoft Word and web-based tools

Ostrich_Johanna_linkedin

Johanna Ostrich
Instructor, General Assembly
Creative Director, Beekeper Group
@OstrichInvasion

2:30 p.m.

Your Best Ambassadors: Engaging Employees and Members in Government Relations 

In addition to you, employees and members are your best lobbyists. They know your organization’s story. They can make it personal to a lawmaker or regulator. They vote. Hear from organizations with successful and active employee and member advocacy programs:

  • Starting, growing and maintaining a program over time;
  • Getting buy-in from organizational leadership, including lending their voices and monetary support;
  • Knowing when to activate the employee and/or member network and what kind of requests to make.
Coler_Katie

Kate Coler
Vice President, Federal Government Relations
Albertsons Companies

Henry_Jordan

Jordan Henry
Education Specialist, Advocacy and Government Relations
National FFA Organization

3:30 p.m.
Adjourn

Tuesday, September 25

9:30 a.m.

Lobbying and Social Media Disclosure and Compliance 

This session will help protect your organization’s reputation by staying compliant with key disclosure regulations and deadlines, including those governing social media. Organizations are increasingly relying on social media as a lobbying and advocacy tool. Cities and states are following suit with regulations on activity and new requirements for reporting.

We will discuss:

  • Trends in compliance and important changes in state lobbying laws;
  • How to comply current gift and pay-to-play rules that vary across states; and
  • If a tweet or Facebook post count as lobbying
  • When local- or state-level online advocacy campaign might require compliance fillings
gross_ken-new-1

Ken Gross
Partner, Political Law
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom

11 a.m.

Mastering the Ballot: Understanding 2018’s Pivotal Initiatives. Using Ballot Initiatives to Your Advantage. 

Abortion policy in Alabama. An antidiscrimination referendum in Massachusetts. Voter ID qualifications in Arkansas, Clean Energy in Arizona and Nevada. Those are just a few of the proposals voters will decide on in 2018. In this session, we’ll survey the nation’s major ballot initiatives, whether they are likely to pass or fail and what they portend for other states. We’ll also talk ballot initiative strategy:

  • When and how to advance your organization’s agenda; and
  • How to defend against potential risks and identify opportunities associated by ballot initiatives.
Rico Izaguirre

Ulrico Izaguirre
Executive Vice President
Lincoln Strategy Group

sproul nathan

Nathan Sproul
Co-Founder and Managing Director
Lincoln Strategy Group

1:30 p.m.

Writing Workshop: Issue Briefs, Position Papers and More 

Get hands-on training and practice writing some of the essential documents for government relations:

  • Bill summaries
  • Issue briefs
  • Meeting briefings
  • Legislative call to actions
Brandt_John_linkedin

John Brandt
Manager, Policy Communications & Corporate Responsibility
Public Affairs Council
@PACouncil

Card_Jean

Jean Card
Principal
Jean Card Ink
@JeanCard

2:30 p.m.

Trade Association Mapping: Determining Where Your Organization Should Engage 

The National League of Cities. The National Conference of State Legislatures. The…you get it. It’s tough to know where to engage and tougher to defend the expenditure if your organization sees no results. In this session, we’ll talk about:

  • Mapping the key state and local associations and determining which have the most relevance to your agenda; and
  • Driving your organization’s goals through engagement with those associations.
Maloney_David_linkedin

David Maloney
Director, Strategic Partnerships and Development
National League of Cities

Silard_Kevin_linkedin

Kevin Silard
Director, NGA PARTNERS
National Governors Association

Chris Thomas

Chris Thomas
Senior Vice President, Government Market Head, Property & Buildings Sector
WSP USA

3:45 p.m.

Creating Impact with Spread-Out Teams 

State and local government relations teams face a geographic challenge: They are often spread across different states with little support, managing competing legislative calendars and unpredictable issues. In this session, we’ll discuss how successful state and local GR functions:

  • Build, maintain and grow a team that works well together despite the distance;
  • Prioritize their government relations work, helping them understand which initiatives take precedence when priorities compete; and
  • Coordinate and share resources across team members, to the extent possible, to increase external impact
Gehlhaart_Donna _cropped

Donna Gehlhaart
Director of State Government Relations
International Paper

riehl_scott

Scott Riehl
Vice President, State Government Relations
Equipment Leasing & Finance Association

Tuesday, September 25

9:30 a.m.

Strategic Mindset: Positioning State and Local Government Relations as a Business Development Function 

It’s important to be a good tactician. It’s essential to be a great strategist. Every part of an organization is responsible for achieving the company’s bottom-line business targets. This session will help define government relations functions change their philosophy and way of working – and adopt the mentality of growing an organization’s freedom to operate and achieving its strategic and bottom-line goals:

  • Speaking the language of your executives and translating government relations work into terms they understand;
  • Anticipating the needs of organizational and delivering before asked; and
  • Integrating business units into your public affairs initiatives.
DiGangi_Tom

Thomas DiGangi, Jr.
Vice President, Government & Regulatory Affairs
The Gordian Group

Bender_Chris_NEW

Chris Bender
Vice President
Public Affairs Council

11 a.m.

Showcasing Value and Demonstrating ROI 

How do government relations team members build relationships with – and generate buy-in from – their internal stakeholders? Use bottom-line indicators to demonstrate impact. In this session, we’ll discuss:

  • Measurement tools that produce the types of data most valuable to internal stakeholders;
  • Demonstrating ROI in bottom-line business terms; and
  • Strategies used by best-in-class government relations teams use to measure and communicate their value
Ferraro_Rick_cropped

Rick Ferraro
President
Iron Peak Alliance

Moss_Duncan (2)

Duncan Moss
Vice President
Iron Peak Alliance

1:30 p.m.

Issues Management: Maximizing Opportunity, Minimizing Risk 

To successfully overcome complex policy, regulatory or public perception issues, your government relations team needs a strategic issues management process. Join us and learn how to:

  • Map your organization’s issues of policy and regulatory opportunity and risk; and
  • Design a process for understanding, assessing, planning and executing on them, as well as evaluating your team’s performance.
Adrienne Olson

Adrienne Olson
Partner
Quarles & Brady LLP

Breanna Olson

Breanna Schafer
Senior Director, Government Affairs
Target Corporation
@breannacschafer

2:30 p.m.

Controversy and Crisis Management 

Crises happen. Is your state and local team ready? Even more, are they predicting with might occur and trying to stave it off before it does? Hear from experts on strategies that work in a policy, regulatory or reputational crisis or controversy:

  • Anticipating and flagging issues that might balloon into a controversy or crisis and working to minimize them before they do;
  • Building a crisis capability within your function and organization, including running training and simulation exercises; and
  • Effectively engaging external validators to come to your defense.
culling_josh_linkedin_cropped

Josh Culling
Senior Vice President
Dezenhall Resources, Limited

pinkham_headshot_hr

Douglas G. Pinkham
President
Public Affairs Council

3:45 p.m.

Sales and Negotiation Training: Getting to Yes 

We are, in essence, selling: Convincing public officials to implement our agenda. Courting third-party organizations for their support. Demonstrating our value inside our organization.

During this session, successful salespeople will share ways we can:

  • Identify the root needs and wants of our audience;
  • Make a proposal more likely to get accepted without alteration; and
  • Close the deal more quickly.
Capture

Matt Meehan
Director, Pfizer PAC, U.S. Government Relations & Public Affairs
Pfizer Inc.

Wednesday, September 26

9:30 a.m.

Winning Policy and Regulatory Battles with Digital Advocacy 

 Geofiltering. Hyper-targeting. Thought leadership: All rapidly evolving strategies and tactics changing how state and local government relations professionals activate their audiences. We’ll look at:

  • Emerging technologies that are reshaping state and local government relations;
  • Best practices for digitally engaging mayors, state elected officials and more; and
  • Examples of campaigns that won policy or regulatory battles.
Erica Farage

Erica Farage
Senior Director of Political Affairs and Grassroots Advocacy
International Franchise Association

Hatton_Brandon_linkedin_cropped

Brandon Hatton
Public Policy and Government Affairs
Airbnb, Inc.

11 a.m.

City Councils, City Agencies and School Boards: Impactful Engagement at the Local Level 

Zoning, permitting, government contracts and community/business development: all in the purview of local officials. Hear how leading state and local government relations professionals are successfully getting what their organizations need from board, commissions and local officials. We will discuss:

  • Best practices for working with local officials;
  • Ethics considerations;
  • Building and maintaining relationships, especially when agencies experience turnover; and
  • Mastering local policy-making processes.
Dick_Jay_cropped

Jay H. Dick
Senior Director of State & Local Government Affairs
Americans for the Arts
@JayAFTA

Jen-Johnson

Jennifer Johnson
Director, Government Relations
Mobilitie

Passey_Jennifer_cropped

Fairfax City Councilmember Jennifer Passey
City of Fairfax, Virginia
@jennifer_passey

1:30 p.m.

After the Election: Building Relationships with an Incoming Administration 

Learn how to forge critical new relationships, build credibility and establish yourself and your organization as a key resource for a new administration.

  • Understanding influencers who have the administration’s ear and building networks with them;
  • Topics to cover in a first meeting.
Kato_Natalie_cropped

Natalie Kato
Attorney
Lewis, Longman & Walker

Matthews_Maria_cropped

Maria Matthews
Senior Manager, Grassroots Programs & State Relations
American Society of Civil Engineers

2:30 p.m.

Your Best Ambassadors: Engaging Employees and Members in Government Relations 

In addition to you, employees and members are your best lobbyists. They know your organization’s story. They can make it personal to a lawmaker or regulator. They vote. Hear from organizations with successful and active employee and member advocacy programs:

  • Starting, growing and maintaining a program over time;
  • Getting buy-in from organizational leadership, including lending their voices and monetary support;
  • Knowing when to activate the employee and/or member network and what kind of requests to make.
Coler_Katie

Kate Coler
Vice President, Federal Government Relations
Albertsons Companies

Henry_Jordan

Jordan Henry
Education Specialist, Advocacy and Government Relations
National FFA Organization

Wednesday, September 26

9:30 a.m.

Career Advancement Workshop 

What characteristics do you need to be an influential team member and future leader? Join our panelists and discuss:

  • Essential skills all state and local government relations professionals need to advance;
  • Ways you can further develop those skills; and
  • How you can become a more effective leader and example for your team, and get noticed inside your organization.
David

David Burd
Legal, Risk, Compliance & Government Affairs Practice
Heidrick & Struggles

Woody_Conrad

Conrad Woody
Principal, Corporate Affairs Practice
Korn Ferry
@cwoodyjr

11 a.m.

Practitioner Panel: What You Should Know but No One Will Tell You 

Join us as seasoned government professionals reveal their secrets for success:

  • Experiences in and lessons from legislative trenches
  • Dealing with tough situations and personalities
  • Balancing the demands of legislative and policy advocacy with everyday life
Clark_Jackie_cropped

Jacqueline K. Clark, APR
Fellow, PRSA; Director, Communications & Public Affairs
Ash Grove Cement Company
@Jackie_Tiger

Jumper_Steve_cropped

Steven Jumper
Director, Corporate Public Policy
WGL

Patroski Lawson (enlarged)

Patroski Lawson
Principal
The KPM Group DC

Session Facilitated By:

Bartz_Elizabeth_cropped

Elizabeth Bartz
President & CEO
State and Federal Communications, Inc.
@elizabethbartz

1:30 p.m.

Collateral Workshop: Building a Leave-Behind In a Pinch 

Imagine: It’s 2 pm. You’ve secured a critical legislative meeting at 4 pm. You need a fact sheet but there’s no one available to create it, so you create it yourself.

After this session, you’ll have the tools.

In this two-hour, hands-on workshop, learn the fundamentals and essentials for creating compelling fact sheets for policy makers, regulators and their staffs. Bring your computer and we will provide the training to prepare a high-quality leave-behind for a last-minute meeting. Graphic design background, training and software is not required. We will teach you to create materials using Microsoft Word and web-based tools

Ostrich_Johanna_linkedin

Johanna Ostrich
Instructor, General Assembly
Creative Director, Beekeper Group