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Helping Your Business Through Political Involvement (Live course)

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February 27, 2019
Free Online Webinar
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. CST

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Item #: CLA-001591

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These days, politics is affecting your business and your everyday life more than ever. It’s critical individual citizens and organizations properly educate government policymakers about key issues and concerns so they take appropriate action.

NRCA, through its Washington, D.C., office, works full time to influence the federal government to be responsive to the roofing industry’s needs. It is even more powerful when there is direct communication from constituents to their lawmakers—it ensures constituents’ voices are heard and leads to building and sustaining long-term relationships.

In this one-hour webinar, NRCA COO McKay Daniels and NRCA staff from the Washington, D.C., office will discuss the benefits of expressing your ideas to your government representatives and making a difference in Washington, D.C., on behalf of your business and industry. The presenters also will include information about the industry’s push to collectively influence Congress during Roofing Day in D.C. 2019 April 3-4.

Stay up to date with industry issues affecting your business—sign up for this FREE webinar today!


About the presenters:

Responsive imageMcKay Daniels, NRCA's chief operations officer, has nearly 20 years of management experience and most recently served in Washington, D.C., as chief of staff for two members of Congress before joining NRCA in June 2018.

Daniels has held a variety of management and consulting positions throughout his career, including as executive director for statewide political organizations in California and Nevada, and later serving as senior policy advisor to Nevada’s Lieutenant Governor.

Responsive imageDuane Musser, NRCA vice president of government relations, oversees and directs the association's work on government policy and political matters. Duane joined the NRCA staff in 2008 as senior director of federal affairs and assumed the responsibilities of vice president of government relations in 2009.

From 1993 to 2007, Duane served as senior associate at Schramm, Williams & Associates Inc., a government affairs consulting firm in Washington, D.C., where he represented clients before Congress and federal agencies on a variety of issues. Duane also worked on Capitol Hill as a legislative assistant to Representative Wally Herger (R-Calif.), a member of the House Committee on Ways and Means. While working for Congressman Herger, he handled tax, international trade, environmental and other legislative and regulatory issues.

Duane earned a Bachelor of Science degree from The Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Business Administration from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

Responsive imageNathan Pick is NRCA's director of advocacy and political affairs in Washington, D.C. Before joining NRCA's staff, he worked on George Allen's 2012 U.S. Senate campaign and assisted other state and federal political candidates. Pick also has experience working as a state affairs manager for taxpayer advocacy group Americans for Tax Reform.

Responsive image Teri Dorn is NRCA's director of federal affairs. Before joining NRCA's staff, Dorn worked for Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-N.Y.) and NRCA CEO Reid Ribble while he was a congressman.

Cancellation Policy

NRCA understands circumstances may arise that require you to cancel your registration. If you cancel up to 10 business days before an event, your registration fee will be refunded. If your cancellation is received 10 business days or less before an event, you may send another person in your place or receive a credit voucher that can be applied toward any NRCA University program during the next 12 months. Registrants who do not cancel before the seminar or do not attend are liable for the entire registration fee. All cancellations must be in writing. NRCA reserves the right to cancel any programs. If such a cancellation is necessary, registrants will be notified and an attempt will be made to reschedule or make alternative arrangements. Registrants will receive a full tuition refund for the program. NRCA is not responsible for other costs incurred. The registration fee is due and payable before the start of a seminar.

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