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Building Effective Coalitions

Building Effective Coalitions

Whether you work on the local, state or federal levels, the need for coalitions will play an important role in your success.  Simply put, a coalition is a temporary alliance or partnering of groups in order to achieve a common purpose or to engage in joint activity.  Forming coalitions with other groups of similar values, interests, and goals allows members to combine their resources and become more powerful than when they each acted alone.

Session Leader: Mike Reynold, Senior Vice President of Advocacy – McGuireWoods, LLP

Michael is a partner with McGuireWoods LLP and a senior vice president for McGuireWoods Consulting LLC. His practice focuses on healthcare, life science and technology, transportation and energy issues. In addition to representing clients before the Virginia General Assembly, state agencies, and the U.S. Congress, he is well-versed in building diverse and effective stakeholder coalitions to advocate to policy makers.

  • For members of the National Institute for Lobbying & Ethics


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