Platinum Ambassador Assembly
The 2018 Platinum Ambassador Assembly will take place in Washington, DC on March 12-13. In place of a traditional Advocacy Summit, this NEW event will feature specialized and advanced trainings for a small cohort of our top grassroots volunteers, our Platinum Ambassadors! The event focuses on cultivating skills in the train the trainer model that will empower our Platinum Ambassadors to excel not only on Capitol Hill with their elected officials, but also in their hometown with their local communities. Platinum Ambassadors will receive full scholarships to the event as an award for their dedicated advocacy efforts throughout 2017.
The Advocacy Summit will return next year, and we will alternate these two events in the future.
Registration for this event is closed for this event. Please contact Julie Eller, Manager of Grassroots Advocacy with any questions or concerns that you have regarding the Platinum Ambassador Assembly.
If you have not yet booked your hotel room, our group rate is still available through February 14.
Platinum Ambassador Training Videos
Welcome to the Platinum Ambassador Assembly! We are producing a number of training videos prior to our event that will help prepare you for success in Washington, DC this March! In this video we discuss registration and the different tracks of programming for the Assembly to help you identify if this event will be a good fit for you this year.
This short video provides insight into the federal legislative process and what you can expect on your trip to Capitol Hill.
Learn the tips and tricks you’ll need to know to have a successful hill visit with your Members of Congress. Listen to State Policy Director Ben Chandhok and Connecticut Advocacy Chair and Ambassador Paula Haney break down what you need to know before you go.
In this video, we’ll teach you all you need to know about successful follow up with your elected officials after a hill meeting. Tune in to listen to Director of State Legislative Affairs, Michele Guadalupe and Platinum Ambassador Staci Penner map out the best approach to following up.