Strategic Planning for Successful Advocacy

Stacy Kress

Strategic Planning for Successful Advocacy

January 30, 2019
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Institute of Public Health: Doll & Hill on Washington University's Campus: 600 S Taylor Ave.

This session will examine how laws are made and how one can influence the process. Free lecture but RSVP
is requested.
SPEAKERS:
Jaci Winship is Senior Community Liaison at the U.S. House of Representatives and a staff person for U.S.
Congresswoman Ann Wagner over the past five years. Prior to that, Ms. Winship was State Director for the
Mo Faith and Freedom Coalition and also served as Executive Director of Missourians against Human Cloning.
Sarah Wood Martin represents the 11th Ward on the St. Louis Board of Aldermen. She also serves as a
board member of National Council of Jewish Women and the Carondelet Community Betterment Federation.
In 2015, Ms. Martin was appointed by the Missouri Speaker of the House to serve on the state’s first
Trafficking Task Force.
Human Trafficking Collaborative Network, Institute for Public Health, and National Council of Jewish Women jointly offer this four part lecture series to help community members fully understand national and local law making procedures and to play an active role in reform of policies in human rights and trafficking. Open to the public

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