Contrasting Forces: Earlier and Earlier vs Later and Later
Only a week ago, I was in Washington, DC, for the NACAC Winter Leadership meeting and NACAC Hill Day, which included a most interesting day of visits with congressional leaders on Capitol Hill. This annual legislative event has become increasingly popular, due to the outstanding planning and organization of our NACAC Government Relations Committee and the NACAC staff – as well as the strong level of support within our affiliates for their own government relations programs.
For me, as the NACAC president, I could not help but be struck by the contrasting forces and messages during my time in Washington, DC. I kept hearing the words “earlier and earlier” again and again, and yet I witnessed the power of “later and later” on several occasions. Read more.