Resources

Case studies, proven practices, testimonials, and thought-provoking articles to guide you and your supporters to ignite change.

Client Case Studies

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Special Olympics Influenced the White House—in Just 48 Hours

When the White House announced that it would end a decade-long precedent and cut $18 million for Special Olympics school programs nationwide, officials at the organization moved with purpose and determination.

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How to Run a Virtual Fly-in: Lessons from Komen’s 2020 Virtual Fly-in

Komen’s virtual fly-in reached a nearly 600 person audience and they created 40 teams of 3 to 5 people who carried out more than 150 virtual congressional meetings—all in a single day.

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The EEI Edge: Getting Hands-On With Technology

Learn how EEI has become an early adopter of advocacy and public affairs technology, how they work with top technology companies to test and shape software and how they have become advocates for a single, end-to-end platform offering the most powerful tools.

Whitepapers & Reports

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State of Advocacy: Associations

Companies endured unprecedented challenges in 2020. The pandemic. The protests. The election. Government relations and public affairs pros faced consequential decisions at every turn. 2021 has posed new threats and challenges that have forced companies to take decisive action. There was a time when companies might have sat silent. Even 10 years ago, the common…

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Corporate Activism is Mainstream

Just a few years ago, companies were reluctant to take a position on social issues for fear of alienating customers. But a major change is at hand. A growing body of research shows that consumers want big brands to declare themselves on major issues and will do more business with those that do. Corporate activism…

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A Guide to Black Members of Congress

It has been more than 150 years since African Americans first served in Congress. In 1870, Hiram Rhodes Revels of Mississippi was appointed to complete a one-year term in the Senate. That same year, Joseph Rainey was elected to represent South Carolina’s First District in the House. Together, the two men, just five years past…

On-Demand Webinars

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The 5 People Who Will Help You Advance Your GR Career

The 5 People Who Will Help You Advance Your GR Career Thursday, April 15, 3 p.m. ET Samantha Segall is a Government Affairs Executive with 15+ years of experience, and currently leads the development and implementation of political and industry affairs strategies that advance the mission of CLEAR and impact its bottom line. By working…

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PAC Management in 2021

PAC Management in 2021 In addition to being a newly published author,Ms.White recently joined Zillow, the leading real estate and rental marketplace, as Government & External Relations Manager where she doubled their Federal Government Relations team. In her role, Ms. White manages the Zillow Group Political Action Committee and works to develop targeted engagement opportunities…

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ROI: How to Demonstrate your Government Affairs Team’s Value

ROI: How to Demonstrate your Government Affairs Team’s Value Thursday, April 1, 3 p.m. ET Isaac is the Vice President of Government Affairs for Target Corporation. He and his team strategically influence public policy on behalf of Target at the federal, state and local level. Isaac has more than twenty years of experience in government…

Videos

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How the Innocence Project mobilized thousands of advocates to stop an execution

For two decades, Rodney Reed has fought the justice system, maintaining his innocence in the murder of a Texas woman. The efforts landed him on death row, scheduled for execution by the state—until the Innocence Project got active.

Phone2Action Overview

Get a quick overview of Phone2Action’s digital advocacy platform to learn how we can help your organization accelerate success in your grassroots advocacy and stakeholder engagement campaigns.

How the American Heart Association Uses Phone2Action for Mobile Advocacy

The American Heart Association used Phone2Action to make it easy for advocates to take action on their phones and get involved in passing a landmark health education bill in New York. In Fall 2014, New York passed a bill that sets the stage for action by the Board of Regents to have all New York school children complete hands-only cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training.

Are Your State and Local Officials on Social Media?

We already know that 100% of Congress has a social media presence. But what about the state and local level? Watch this video to find out.

Podcasts

Digital Politics Podcast

Digital Politics Podcast: “When Activists Tell Their Stories” with Alex Przybelski

Reflecting on the past decade of social activism in the U.S., one of our client strategists discusses the state of civic engagement today and the future of political movements in an ever-growing digital world.

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Techie Bytes: How Tech and Politics Are Converging

Phone2Action co-founder and CEO Jeb Ory discusses how technology and politics are converging and shares advice for fellow entrepreneurs about overcoming the challenges of a SaaS startup.

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Digital Politics Podcast: “Power of Pop-Up Protests” with Ximena Hartsock

Our co-founder Ximena Hartsock discusses how technology has changed activism and protests in today’s digital age, and why tapping into the internet and social media is crucial for modern-day advocacy.