Join OMA for the FREE webinar, "Get the Most From Your Advocacy Visits: Statehood Day 2023 & Beyond"
As a longtime partner of the annual Statehood Day advocacy event for Ohio history, the Ohio Museums Association is excited to once again support this year’s event on Tuesday, March 2. (Registration for Statehood Day is free, but advanced registration is required. Learn more and register for Statehood Day here.)
Learn more about this year’s Statehood Day talking points AND hear from a former congressional staffer on how to have the best meeting possible, Monday, February 13 from 10am-11:30am. Join Stacia Kuceyeski of the Ohio History Connection and Melinda Huntley of the Ohio Travel Association for a closer examination of this year’s issues with the subject-matter experts.
Then, hear from Shelia Willamowski Boehner, former Deputy Chief of Staff at the Ohio House and former Executive Counsel for the Speaker of the House as she gives an inside view on how to make sure your meetings with your elected officials are the best they can be. Learn tips on how to make your message strong, the best way to deliver your asks, how to follow-up, tips on how to keep the communication flowing after the meeting, and more.
This webinar will equip you with the details you need to feel confident advocating on behalf of your museum during meetings with your elected officials as a part of Statehood Day and beyond. All of our panelists will be available for an extended Q&A session to round out this advocacy webinar you won’t want to miss!
About our speakers:
Joining us for this session are panelists:
Stacia Kuceyeski, Chief Operating Officer, Ohio History Connection
Melinda Huntley, Executive Director of the Ohio Travel Association
Sheila Willamowski Boehner, Director, Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter
When: Monday, February 13, 2023, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Where: Online – complete webinar login details will be sent to participants after registering
Register: Click here to register
Please note: Registration is limited to the first 100 registrants. This session will be recorded, and will be available for free on the OMA workshop resources page after the session for those who were not able to attend live.