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"At Maryland Nonprofits, we are member-focused and member-driven.  We strive everyday to listen to your needs and respond with effective programs and benefits.  Come join us!" -- Heather Iliff, President & CEO, Maryland Nonprofits



MARYLAND'S 2017 LEGISLATIVE SESSION is shaping up to be momentous for causes that are important to nonprofits, like the budget, mandatory sick leave, affordable housing, education, transportation, and more... 

JOIN US  on January 9, 2017 in Annapolis, MD to discuss the presidential election results; hear insider's information from legislators and nonprofit advocates; and learn about Maryland Nonprofits' 2017 policy priorities.

Click here to see the PowerPoint presentation from the State of Our State: Maryland's Quality of Life address.


SPEAKERS


 


Sen. Adelaide C. Eckardt
(R - Caroline, Dorchester, Talbot & Wicomico Counties)



Robin McKinney

 Director and Co-Founder of the Maryland CASH Campaign



Benjamin Orr
Executive Director, Maryland Center on Economic Policy


Del. Joseline Peña-Melnyk 
(D - Prince George's)
 


ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS will feature the following nonprofit policy initiatives: 














Adar Ayira
Director of Programs More in the Middle Initiative, Associated Black Charities
AN EQUITY LENS ON PUBLIC POLICY
Henry Bogdan
Public Policy Director, Maryland Nonprofits
PROCUREMENT REFORM ISSUES
Martha Rankin Brown
Executive Director, Spectrum Support, Inc.
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICE RATES
Matthew Celentano
Deputy Director for Policy and Communications, Maryland Citizens Health Initiative
PRESCRIPTION DRUG AFFORDABILITY
Vinny DeMarco
President, Maryland Citizens Health Initiative
PRESCRIPTION DRUG AFFORDABILITY
Sen. Adelaide C. Eckardt
R - CAROLINE, DORCHESTER, TALBOT & WICOMICO COUNTIES
 
Glendora C. Hughes
General Counsel, Maryland Commission on Civil Rights
CIVIL RIGHTS
Robin McKinney
Director and Co-Founder, Maryland CASH Campaign
Clinton MacSherry
Director of Public Policy, Maryland Family Network
EDUCATION
Virginia Knowlton Marcus
Executive Director, Disability Rights Maryland
CIVIL RIGHTS
Dan Martin
Director of Public Policy, Mental Health Association of Maryland
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICE RATE ISSUES
James McGarry
Maryland & DC Policy Director, Chesapeake Climate Action Network
CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT/JUSTICE
Benjamin Orr
Executive Director, Maryland Center on Economic Policy
Del. Joseline Peña-Melnyk
D - PRINCE GEORGE'S
Patrick Paschall
Executive Director, FreeState Justice
LGBTQ
Dru Schmidt Perkins
Executive Director, 1000 Friends of Maryland
TRANSPORTATION - ACCESS & GOVERNANCE
Odette Ramos
Executive Director of Community Development Network of Maryland
HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Camilla Roberson
Staff Attorney, Public Justice Center
SOCIAL SAFETY NET SERVICES
John Schratweiser
Executive Director, Maryland Citizens for the Arts
ARTS & HUMANITIES
Jeananne Sciabarra
Executive Director, Consumer Health First
PROTECTING HEALTHCARE REFORM
Phoebe Stein
Executive Director, Maryland Humanities
ARTS & HUMANITIES
Tara B. Taylor
Director of Education & Outreach, Maryland Comission on Civil Rights
CIVIL RIGHTS
Bebe Verdery
Director, ACLU of Maryland's Education Reform Project
EDUCATION


JANUARY 9, 2017
8 AM - 12:30 PM

Loews Annapolis Hotel
126 West Street
Annapolis, MD 21401


RATES

MEMBERS: $45
NON-MEMBERS: $75




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SECOND ANNUAL "STATE OF OUR STATE: MARYLAND'S QUALITY OF LIFE" ADDRESS


This brief presentation will explore how nonprofits, business, and government can work together to improve quality of life in Maryland. Presented by Heather Iliff, President & CEO, Maryland Nonprofits. 

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