Learn to harness the power of online advocacy and explore all of our interactive sessions and workshops for our June 14 full-day event.
Council President Doug Pinkham and Morning Consult CEO Michael Ramlet released findings on the crises and controversies most upsetting to Americans. Find out which ones do the most damage.
In New World Inc., author John Butman isn’t trying to rewrite the history books – he just wants you to know that the Pilgrims loved capitalism, too.
David Wasserman predicts that ‘pocketbook issues’ will reign supreme this November. And his perspective on gerrymandering may surprise you.
During the Council’s Spring Executive Meeting, Jacqueline Clark with Ash Grove Cement Company and Roi Ewell with Ewell & Associates, LLC, were presented with the Council’s Public Affairs Management Certificate.
Council President Doug Pinkham examines how Americans react to corporate crises and controversies and which demographic groups are the most concerned.
“The temptation is always to boil any election down to one thing even at the local level. But that is almost always a big mistake.” Read more from Nathan Gonzales.
Council Vice President Chris Bender looks at how the recent student response to the Stone Douglass tragedy is changing advocacy.
“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.”
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“The Public Affairs Council has really been at the center of my personal and professional development.”