Be Bold! The Legal Rules for Advocacy that Every Nonprofit Should Know

Free event for nonprofit leaders, staff and board members Advocacy Webinar & Panel Discussion

10:30 Webinar

12:00 Lunch

12:30 Panel Discussion

Marist College, Student Center (multi-purpose room)

Hosted by: Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley,  Dyson Foundation, Educational Foundation of America and The Ralph E. Ogden Foundation

Webinar: Be Bold! The Legal Rules for Advocacy That Every Nonprofit Should Know

Keely Monroe, Counsel, Alliance for Justice

The afternoon panel discussion will provide an opportunity for nonprofit leaders to hear from and converse with your peers who are currently engaged in advocacy and lobbying on behalf of their communities. The panel will discuss approaches to building political knowledge within communities and achieving transformational policy changes to create lasting impact.


  • Charlie Albanetti, Managing Director, Citizen Action of New York / the Public Policy and Education Fund of New York
  • Emma Kreyche, Senior Worker Rights Advocate, Worker Justice Center of New York
  • Melody Lopez, Director, State Voices – New York Civic Engagement Table
  • Afua Atta-Mensah, Executive Director, Community Voices Heard
  • Moderator: Melissa Beck, Executive Director, Educational Foundation of America

For questions or to participate in the webinar ONLY from your desk, please email for a separate registration link

Register Online

Date(s) - Jul 27, 2017
10:30 am - 1:30 pm

Marist College


3 Executive Boulevard
3rd Floor
Yonkers NY 10701