The most comprehensive program available anywhere for political action committee (PAC) professionals.
The Public Affairs Council has hired key staff to leverage increased demand for expertise and programming and to support growth in membership and brand awareness.
Congrats to the largest class of certificate recipients at The Advocacy Conference in Key West, Florida.
The Year of the Suburban Woman. Life after politics, California’s transformative politics, and avoiding clichés in your political writing.
Thought leadership has come a long way from the CEO op-ed. We trace the evolution – and confusion – of this ubiquitous term.
Learn from organizations doing thought leadership right. Check out case studies from IBM, Zillow, Patagonia and more.
While we aim for straight A’s, predicting politics and spotting trends are challenging tasks. Here’s what our survey respondents got right, and what missed the mark.
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.
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