Common Good Vermont: Nonprofit Legislative Day 2018 - Impact of Federal Policy and Budget on Vermont
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Presented by Common Good Vermont, Vermont Nonprofit Legislative Day is an opportunity for nonprofit organizations and community leaders to raise awareness about the crucial role the nonprofit sector plays in supporting communities, strengthening our economy, and making Vermont a better place to live.
Nonprofit Legislative Day begins with a welcome from Kate McGowan, Director of the Center for New Leadership, and Morgan Webster, Director of Common Good Vermont.
Speaker of the House Mitzi Johnson provides a brief update on legislative proceedings and policy discussions.
The second panel of the morning begins with a State Legislative Briefing by Senate President Pro Tem Tim Ashe (D-Chittenden), and a panel on the Impact of Federal Policy and Budget on Vermont where national and state level leaders shed light on the consequences of federal actions and discuss actions your staff and board can take to protect the programs you deliver and the people you serve.
Congressional View: Erica Campbell, Outreach and Policy Staff, Senator Bernie Sanders
Tax Policy: Paul Cillo, Executive Director, Public Assets Institute
Human Services: Jesse Bridges, Executive Director, United Way Northwestern
Vermont Water Quality and Environmental: Lori Fisher, Executive Director, Lake Champlain Committee
Governor’s View: Jason Gibbs, Chief of Staff, Governor Phil Scott
Moderator: Scott Johnson, Lamoille Family Center