Impact – January

21 Jan, 2021

Will the new administration mean changes in the process of policymaking? We interviewed some of the sharpest minds in public affairs for their take on what’s ahead. Read on for their thoughts on working with lobbyists, changes to campaign finance, a return to normalcy and more.

Derision and division won’t stop with the beginning of a new presidency. Nathan Gonzales explores how we might get to a more unified and respectful Congress – and America.

What do you consider revolutionary? Helping to oust the incumbent president of your own party? We spoke with one of the Lincoln Project’s founders, Mike Madrid, about the tactics behind their bold campaign and what advocacy professionals can apply to their own work.

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Broussard Williams has a passion for inspiring others to be change makers. Both in her role as senior manager of public policy for Amazon and in her book Find Your Fire, she is working to better communities and turn moments into movements.

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What do companies like Patagonia and Ben & Jerry’s have in common? They’re part of a growing movement of companies with a mission that goes beyond making a profit for shareholders. Author Christopher Marquis explains the evolution of B Corp, the issues it supports and the potential for backlash.

In this new column, we round up the news, research and fun bits you need to know about.

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