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Your ISSUES. Your PROFESSION. Your VOICE.

Advocacy Day 2017

 

 

Main Legislative Cafeteria located on the lowest level of the main Legislative Building located at 16 West Jones Street, Raleigh. 

Raleigh NC

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

7:30am - whenever you need to leave

 

Legislators will be invited to the breakfast, so this is a good opportunity for members to meet legislators as they come down to breakfast. We will be in the Legislative Cafeteria from 7:30 until 9 a.m. Then we will disperse and visit committee meetings and individual legislators. 

For those who wish, we will reconvene for lunch around noon either at the Legislative Cafeteria or at the Daily Planet across the street from the Legislative Building (to be decided that day, depending on what is going on).  After lunch, members can either leave, or stay for the full House and/or Senate session which usually starts around 2 p.m. (though this time is not guaranteed - they set the calendar the day before).  

Earn Contact Hours based on the amount of time you stay; minimum of 1.0 contact hour will be earned.


Not a morning person? Come into town early and stay at the Holiday Inn, (formerly Clarion), located at 320 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27603; click here for directions. The Holiday Inn is a short walk from the Legislative Office Building. More details will come soon!

Click this link to view information on visiting the legislative complex including directions and also where to park.

 

Please join us and help make the LPC Voice heard throughout the Capital!



 Stay up on issues of interest to your profession by viewing the

NC Legislative Page.

 

Hot Topics for the 2017 Session Will Be Posted Soon!



 Do You Know How to Contact Your Elected Officials?  Do You Know Who They Are?

We highly recommend that you contact your legislators, and talk to him/her about your profession.  Discuss what issues are important to you and how they affect your livelihood.

To identify your legislators and get their contact info, please click here and enter your address  on the top map for your representative and on the second map listing for your senator (both are found at the same link). Click on the district number that pops up at your address, and that will bring up your legislators info, including his or her phone number in Raleigh and in your local district.


Please consider making a donation of any amount, to support the LPCANC's legislative efforts!

As we all know, nothing is free: LPCANC pays a lobbyist to be the LPCANC Voice in Raleigh, and we pay to hold events to educate and inform LPCs on issues that directly affect their profession.

Please make a donation now!

This is not PAC money, paid to support legislators! This is money donated to the Association to continue advocacy efforts on behalf of all LPCs in North Carolina, not just members of LPCANC.


Consider joining LPCANC today to increase our voice and help support these efforts.

LPCANC is a 501(c)6, so donations are not tax deductible.


Ashley Matlock Perkinson, LPCANC's Lobbyist

Ashley’s interest in government and policy began during her service as a legislative aide to then Speaker Harold Brubaker and Majority Leader Leo Daughtry. She also served as a West Wing Press Office intern to President Bill Clinton and Congressional intern to Representative Howard Coble.

Ashley currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the North Carolina Symphony and on the board of Community Workforce Solutions.  She is also the former president of the Phi Beta Kappa Association of Wake County, chair of the Distinguished Guests Committee of the Junior League of Raleigh’s 2013 Inaugural Ball, secretary of the Wake County Bar Association, co-chair of the Wake County Bar Association Bylaws Committee, and legislative chair of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Constitutional Rights and Responsibilities Section. In 2011, Ashley was named by Triangle Business Journal as one of the Triangle’s 40 Under 40. 

Ashley is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Journalism and School of Law. Ashley enjoys providing government relations services to her clients. 

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