ACEC members lobby on Capitol Hill as part of annual convention, summit
Engineering firm leaders from around the country are converging on our nation’s capital for an annual convention.
The 2019 ACEC Annual Convention and Legislative Summit blends business with advocacy from May 5-8 at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington. Attendees not only take part in ACEC committee meetings and roundtable discussions, but they also have an opportunity to lobby representatives on Capitol Hill.
Featured speakers include political commentators Donna Brazile and Dana Perino, who will speak on the political climate and what the future holds. Also, futurist and former Singularity University Director Salim Ismail will speak on technology disruption and exponential organizations.
WithersRavenel’s Brock Storrusten will be attending and serves as Vice Chair of the ACEC-NC Legislative Committee. ACEC-NC members will be advocating for legislation that benefits the engineering profession and funds infrastructure during a visit to Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
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