May 5, 2016 – Washington, D.C.
9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EDT

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Join us on May 4 for Political Compliance Management to gain even more insight into managing your PAC program. 

Looking for a jolt of energy to boost your PAC fundraising? In this half-day workshop, join other experienced PAC practitioners for new ideas and strategies to help you attract new donors and keep the ones you have happy and making ever-increasing contributions.

In this interactive program and discussion, hear case studies from best-in-class PACs and gain solutions from your fellow PAC directors on how they motivate eligibles and garner support for their efforts. Plus, gain ideas on how to use the remaining months of this election cycle to increase your 2016 contributions.

Top takeaways will include:

  • Ways to channel PAC eligibles’ excitement through the use of technology, events and peer champions
  • Innovative strategies to engage senior leadership in your PAC’s activities
  • How to use incentive structures and recognition programs to boost PAC involvement
  • Tactics for increasing general knowledge about the PAC and your organization’s activities
  • Fun ideas to make your PAC exciting and relevant — particularly in a busy election season

This program incorporates case studies and participant interaction. Participants are expected to participate in the discussion and share their knowledge, struggles and success stories.


Michelle Mathy
Assistant Director, Political and Congressional Affairs
American Academy of Dermatology Association
Kelly McCain
Political Affairs Manager
BWX Technologies Inc.
Richard McDonnell
Manager, Political Affairs and GM PAC
General Motors
Patricia Murphy
Manager, Federal Government Affairs
BNSF Railway
Courtney Schoenborn
Vice President, Political Programs
Independent Community Bankers Association

This program is eligible for 2 credits toward the 
Certificate in PAC & Grassroots Management.