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Organization-Building Workshop

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What you will learn

The Organization-Building Workshop teaches you how to make a measurable difference in your local elections and governance, as well as building your organization and activating more long-term leaders.

Ideal attendees for this workshop are activists, candidates, campaign staff, or organization leaders, including student or advocacy groups. Whether your involvement is full time, volunteer, or just getting started, you will enhance your organizing skills to be able to recruit, retain, and mobilize supporters at the local and state level.

Attendees will learn how to:
Recruit and Retain Campaign Volunteers or Organization Members
Build Coalitions and Lists of Contacts, Donors, Supporters, Petition Signatures, etc.
Activate Contacts to Get and Stay Involved
Connect New Members on Social Media and in Person
Organize Data with Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets
Nurture Relationships in the long term


Starts Saturday, April 27

Sat 27:   10:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Largo Kettering Branch Library 9601 Capital Lane Largo, MD 20774 Map


$25.00 $10.00 discount for early registration until 4/20/19 Your Cost: $15.00


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Nathan Fatal

Nathan Fatal

Grassroots Program Coordinator, Leadership Institute

Nathan is the Grassroots Program Coordinator at the Leadership Institute, where he has trained over 2500 activists, candidates, and elected officials. As LI's former Pacific Regional Field Coordinator, he oversaw campus programs in California and Hawaii. His activism led to pro-free speech policy changes at 11 colleges in California, including the largest community college district in the state and in the country.

As the former West Coast Regional Director at Young Americans for Liberty, he oversaw the creation of over 100 student groups and managed more than 20 state leaders.

In the 2016 Presidential Primaries, Nathan was the Northeast Regional Coordinator of Students for Rand Paul, where he redesigned the volunteer recruitment system to produce over 100,000 voter contact calls in 13 states.

During the 2014 election cycle, Nathan was a Deputy Field Director for the Massachusetts Republican Party, where he mobilized volunteers to canvass over 12,000 households for a successful gubernatorial campaign.

Originally from Boston, he has a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a Minor in Spanish from the Pontifical University of Salamanca, Spain.