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mer. 03 juin


Virtual Webinar

Engaging with the government

with Christina Franc, CAFE

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Engaging with the government
Engaging with the government

Time & Location

03 juin 2020, 18 h 00 – 19 h 00 HAE

Virtual Webinar



Now more than ever is the time to reach out to the government, but what are the best ways to get heard and have meaningful conversations? Learn tips and tricks in this webinar. 


Government relations matters! Not only during election season or when there are hot button issues that are important to you, but all the time! Building a relationship with government officials, whether they be elected officials, political staff or bureaucratic representatives and employees, helps build better ties and foster long-term engagement. Then, when important issues do arise, you already have an established relationship that you can use. 

You know your influence and how important you are in the community, you simply need to communicate that message to the government. By dedicating time to government relations, you will help build capacity, demand accountability and allow organizations to convene, network and rally around important issues.

About Christina Franc

Christina Franc has worked in the non-profit sector, specializing in agriculture and events, for more than a decade. Through this work, she has honed her skills in digital media, fundraising, and leadership development on a local, national and global scale. She currently is the Executive Director of the Canadian Association of Fairs and Exhibitions where she is working with the board to carry out their strategic plan, develop new programs and engaging the next generation of fair leaders. Previously, Christina was the Director of Communications for Qu’anglo Communications and Consulting, where she was also the Manager of Expo Ormstown. She spends her weekends helping out on her husband’s dairy and maple syrup farm or volunteering and visiting local fairs in the summer. 

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