11. March 2023 · Comments Off on National Democratic Training – March 11, 2023 · Categories: Announcements, Recent Events

We’re doing the work — As a part of Women’s History Month, we’re bringing together a panel of successful, experienced women in Democratic politics to discuss their expertise and advice for other folks in politics!

This month’s Women’s History Month edition of our NDTC Expert Q&A is focused on building out plans that will support your progressive efforts, wherever you’re at in the cycle: Making Big Plans.

This panel program will feature three expert Democratic strategists to discuss various aspects of making political plans.

Get your questions answered directly from our panel on Thursday, March 23, moderated by NDTC COO Allyson Raines! RSVP using the button below:

Now you might be wondering who our panelists are – let’s introduce you!

Elyssa Feder is the Executive Director at Rising Organizers. With over a decade of experience as an organizer and campaign trainer, she leads the Rising Organizer team in bringing together the next generation of organizers to lead the charge on the most pressing issues facing our democracy.

As the founder of Elect Black Women PAC, Ruby Powell-Dennis works to address the representation gap of Black women in elected office. She empowers Black women candidates across the country through funding and leadership opportunities.

While she is also one of our amazing NDTC trainers, Kandice Harris is currently the Midwestern Pod Director for Run for Something. Through her role, Kandice builds grassroots partnerships throughout the region to strengthen Democratic campaigns in state and local offices.

We’re so thrilled to be joining these three experts. Don’t miss your chance to ask your own questions on Thursday, March 23 at 1pm ET!

This is one of our favorite monthly programs, we hope you can make it.

— The NDTC Team

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