Moving your policy agenda from ideas to action is a significant step for your organization and requires a lot of planning, coordination, and strategy. This session will explore specific tactics you can add to your toolbox and will give you the chance to learn from others while sharing your own successes and challenges.
REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 19
In this session, Alexa Briggs, CCVO Manager, Policy & Research, and Lina Khatib, CCVO Policy Analyst, will outline the different tactics to consider when implementing your organization’s policy agenda. Join other nonprofit professionals in sharing experiences, building connections, and increasing your impact with a policy agenda.
This is a brown bag lunch event, coffee and dessert will be provided.
about the presenters
Alexa Briggs, Manager, Policy & Research, CCVO
Alexa has a strong professional background as a researcher and writer, combined with extensive experience working for nonprofit organizations in managerial and leadership experience positions. Her work in policy analysis and research was enhanced at Vibrant Communities Calgary, where she served as Associate Director of Strategy and Research.
Alexa holds a B.A. in Sociology with High Honours and an Interdisciplinary M.A, both from the University of Saskatchewan. Her professional experience includes numerous publications and conference presentations as well as service on nonprofit Boards.
Lina Khatib, Policy Analyst, CCVO
Lina is a public policy professional with a Master’s degree from the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University and a Bachelor of Arts from York University. She has over five years of experience working with government and nonprofit organizations in the realm of social policy and research, including at the Ontario Ministry of Education and the United Way of Calgary and Area. Lina is a strong believer in the power of collaboration as well as evidence-based decision-making. She is passionate about improving the health and well-being of nonprofit organizations and about preparing for the technological changes of the future.