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UT’s LBJ School of Public Affairs to present conference on legislative communications

The LBJ School of Public Affairs Governor’s Executive Development Program has joined forces with Strategic Partnerships Inc. to present a comprehensive conference on legislative communications.

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AUSTIN, Texas –The LBJ School of Public Affairs Governor’s Executive Development Program has joined forces with Strategic Partnerships Inc. to present a comprehensive conference on legislative communications.

The seminar, titled Legislative Communications: Effectively Telling Your Story, is an all day event on Oct. 13 at the J.J. Pickle Research Center.

“Leading political analysts and consultants, along with current and former state agency commissioners and state representatives, will be discussing the upcoming legislative session,” said Barry Bales, assistant dean of the LBJ School of Public Affairs. “This conference will provide valuable information on strategic planning, presentation, fundamentals and communications skills specific to the legislature and legislative process.”

According to Mary Scott Nabers, CEO of Strategic Partnerships Inc., “many people will be taking advantage of this opportunity, including state agency executive directors, board members, governmental relations directors and anyone else who might be called upon to provide testimony during the 76th Legislative Session. Invitations also have been extended to association executives, chamber officials and non-profit organization directors.”

The conference is open to the public and registration information can be obtained by calling 512/471-0296, or by visiting the website at http://www.msnsp.com/seminar.