PIA Members Only Post Election Wrap Up

Date:
11/18/2020
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Amid a global pandemic, unprecedented voting, and anxiety over potential civil unrest, we finally made it to (and through) Election Day 2020.

So, what do we know at this point about the future of the White House and Congress?
What results are yet to come?
And what does the policy road ahead look like for the printing industry?

This member-only engaging webinar features an interview with PRINTING United Alliance’s VP of Government & Political Affairs, who will analyze election results to date and discuss projected policy impacts on the industry. From lingering election results to the White House and Congress’ “First 100 Days” policy plan, learn what Election 2020 could mean for your company, its employees and stakeholders, and the industry.

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Lisbeth Lyons is the Vice President, Government and External Affairs, having joined Printing Industries in March 2005 as Director of Legislative Affairs. In this position, she is responsible for providing direct advocacy before Congress and the Administration on key industry legislative initiatives, as well as for the strategic direction of the organization’s grassroots and external outreach activities. She serves as Treasurer of PrintPAC, the only industry political action committee dedicated solely to electing pro-print lawmakers.
Previously, Lisbeth was Director, Government Affairs at the United States Telecom Association (USTA), representing telecommunications companies ranging from the nation’s largest Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs) to small, rural telephone companies. Lisbeth also served as Director of Grassroots & Legislative Services at the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s largest small business advocacy organization.
Lisbeth is a candidate for an M.A. in Political Management at The George Washington University and holds a B.A. from DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. Prior to working in Washington, D.C., Lisbeth was a teacher with Chicago Public Schools.

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