Our can’t-miss event for anyone involved in grassroots, communications or lobbying. Check out our 2019 agenda!
The most comprehensive program available anywhere for political action committee (PAC) professionals.
Council Chair Charlene Lake shares why public affairs leaders need to actively promote diversity.
Get the facts on PACs. Council PAC expert Kristin Brackemyre outlines what you need to know about corporate PACs.
The Year of the Suburban Woman. Life after politics, California’s transformative
politics, and avoiding clichés in your political writing.
David Wasserman of The Cook Political Report breaks down the midterm results, with a close look at how suburban women made their voices heard. Read on for what happened and what’s next.
With less than 50 percent of Americans trusting the news media, professional associations and businesses are in a position to fill the trust gap and win the public’s confidence.
AEM’s director of public affairs knows the importance of getting in on the conversation early and thinking like a strategist, even when
you’re inclined to be tactical.
California is booming and its citizens made an impact during the midterms. USC professor and author Manuel Pastor examines the upswing and why the state is turning a deeper shade of blue.
What happens when you transition from politics to the corporate world? Learn about the big adjustments that are made from communications professionals who’ve made the leap.
“My company’s corporate giving strategy, still going gangbusters today, was first seeded at a Council board meeting.”
“The most important part of the Public Affairs Council is the strategic perspective that many of the staff can bring.”
International Franchise Association
“The Public Affairs Council has really been at the center of my personal and professional development.”