Lobby Day 2018: Logistics and Resources
WWF Lobby Day is right around the corner and we can’t wait to see you in Washington, DC, as you join your fellow advocates to impress upon your representatives how important continued US government funding for international conservation, stopping the illegal wildlife trade, and positive climate action, are to you. Below are most of the logistical information you will need for Lobby Day Training on Monday, March 12th, and Lobby Day itself on Tuesday, March 13th. Please note that you will receive your Hill meeting schedules at the Lobby Day Training on Monday, March 12th.
Lobby Day Training Agenda: Monday, March 12, 2018
Lobby Day Training will take place at WWF Headquarters. All events will take place in the Conference Center on the 2nd Floor. When you enter the building, please proceed to the 2nd Floor Reception area and you will be directed to registration.
World Wildlife Fund Address: 1250 24th St NW, Washington, DC 20037 (24th St NW between M St NW and N St NW)
Dress code: Casual to business casual attire
Registration & Breakfast
Welcome Remarks from Marcia Marsh, Chief Operating Officer, World Wildlife Fund
Congress 101 Training led by Brad Fitch, Congressional Management Foundation
WWF Policy Training led by Will Gartshore, Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs, World Wildlife Fund
Panel of Advocacy Experts
Afternoon Group Work
Lobby Day Agenda: Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Next, here is the agenda for Lobby Day itself. As a reminder, you will receive your Hill meeting schedules at the training on Monday, March 12th which will provide more details for where to go for the 9:00 am to 5:00 pm block of time. We will gather at WWF Headquarters in the morning and then hop in shuttles to drive down to the Hill for our meetings!
Dress code: Business attire (we recommend wearing nice, but comfortable shoes)
Arrive WWF for Coffee and Bagels
Depart WWF on shuttle for Capitol Hill
Lobby Day Reception
Here are some other useful pieces of information and resources you might find helpful while you are here in Washington, DC.
Links to maps for getting around:
Metro stops close to WWF
Transportation will be provided for you to/from Capitol Hill on March 13th. However, the closest metro stations to WWF are the Dupont Circle stop on the Red line or the Foggy Bottom metro stop on the Blue/Orange/Silver lines.