How to Communicate with Congress

Overview

This book exlains, in clear and simple terms, why it's important to communicate with Congress, and how to do so effectively.

About the Author:

Stephanie D. Vance, author of Government by the People: How to Communicate with Congress, has over 10 years experience in Congressional affairs. She has worked in a prominent DC law firm, lobbied for National Public Radio and worked in various Congressional offices, ...

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Overview

This book exlains, in clear and simple terms, why it's important to communicate with Congress, and how to do so effectively.

About the Author:

Stephanie D. Vance, author of Government by the People: How to Communicate with Congress, has over 10 years experience in Congressional affairs. She has worked in a prominent DC law firm, lobbied for National Public Radio and worked in various Congressional offices, including positions as Legislative Director and Staff Director. Her work on congressional communications stems from a deep and abiding belief that government is effective only when citizens are active participants. She has presented the concepts behind How to Communicate with Congress at seminars and workshops around the country, including the Brookings Institution's Government Affairs Institute. Ms. Vance has also appeared on WAMU's "Public Interest" to discuss the basics of congressional communications. Her work has been the subject of a variety of print media stories, including an interview with National Journal's Cloakroom publication. Ms. Vance holds a Masters Degree in Legislative Affairs from George Washington University and is a 1999 German Marshall Fund Fellow.

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National Journal Group
In her self-published book, [Vance] takes an insider-looking-out approach and offers constituents a battery of tips on congressional inner workings and how to best be heard.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780967518206
  • Publisher: AdVanced Consulting
  • Publication date: 5/1/1999
  • Edition description: ADVOCACY ASSOCIATES, LLC
  • Pages: 91

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