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November 13, 2019 vestment Conference, of progressive donors and ound. gy you embraced at our Spring conference in oe We must focus in the spirit of the ne hn at stake for the future of our country. Austin, because we can't afford to be dist We must be sharply strategic and rigorous abgiftc will work, because this is no time for wishful thinking, And we must win because for the sake of our child *& the critical challenges of our time and ward off the: most important election of our lifetimes. Z So thank you for coming together with allies and friends tt understand the critical moment with the help of our best le Abrams, Senator Sherrod Brown, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Gover Informed and energized by our time together, we'll leave DC on S to set us on a path to a progressive future. Gara LaMarche, President John C. Stocks, Chair WEDNESDAY, NOVEMB! COS Executive Session 10:30 am to Noon | Oriental A Voices for Progress Advocacy Day 8:00 am to 6:00 pm | Capitol Hill DA Board Meeting 1:30 to 3:00 pm | Gallery Registration Lounge 2:00 to 8:00 pm | Mandarin Foyer Partner Forum 3:30 to 6:00 pm | Oriental Ballroom BC. Welcome Reception ‘6:00 to 8:00 pm | Grand Foyer & C URSDAY, NOVEMBER 14 PEE eee aa) Pree eRe RE Rn et A ae LE eee 00 pm | Mandarin Foyer fd Foyer &C HBC Opening P@fary 9:30 am to WMS, Iroom AB Networking Lumen 12:15 to 15 pm | Gt DEMOCRACY ALLIANCE FALL 2019 INVESTMENT CONFERENCE ary Lunch to 115 pm | Grand Ballroom AB ersation with Speaker Pelosi ‘> 1:45 pm Grand Ballroom AB Plenary Session 1:30 to 2:30 pm | Breakout Sessions jory Session to 3:30 pm| Grand Ballroom AB Partner Salons 4:15 to 5:30 pm | Oriental A, rout Sessions to 5:00 pm | Oriental BC, Oriental A. Hillwood, Freer, Portrait Dinner Program session 7:15 to 9:00 pm | Grand Ballroom AB 1 6-30 pm Grand Ballroom AB Film Screening .g Reception 0 7:30 pm Grand C and Foyers 9:30 pm | Oriental BC FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15 2 4 wy \Y, NOVEMBER 16 Registration Lounge 8:00 am to 6:00 pm | Mandarin Foyer Networking Breakfast 8:00 to 9:00 am | Grand Foyer & C Breakfast Receptions 8:00 to 9:00 am | Sackler, Gallery, Garden | & II Plenary Session 9:15 to 10:30 am | Grand Ballroom AB Partner Salons 11:00 am to 12:15 pm | Oriental A, Hillwood, Freer, Portrait TMi? CONFERENCE ICRACY ALLIANCE FALL 201! NOV&MB Registration Lounge Partner Forum tg m | Ma 3:30 to 6:00 pm | Oriental Ballroom BC The conference will begin with a Partner only conversation on how focused investment strategies can produce victories - in 2020 and beyond led by DA Board Chair John Stocks. Members of the Democracy Alliance's Board of Directors and Investment Committee will recap the DA's new investment strategy, Laura Quinn, Catalist’s Chief Innovation Officer, will provide a brief update on important new progressive digital work in the lead-up to 2020. And DA Board Member and Amalgamated Bank President & CEO Keith Mestrich will facilitate a conversation with Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), the Vice Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. fance, Partners, organizational jest gor a reception to recogniz: iVe leadership as we come jent a winning strategy, and NOVEM Registration Loul 8:00 am to 6:00 pI ctworking Breakfast 00 to 9:15 am | Grand Foyer & C pnference attendees are welcome to enjoy breakfast All conference attendees can the Registration Lounge. Your| questions you may have. Meeting and available here for attendees. Partners Only Breakfas! 8:00 am to 9:15 am | Orier q Breakfast with Democratic Party Committee Leaders Sponsored by Power 2020 With so much at stake up and down the ballot, the 2020 election will be one of the most consequential elections of our lifetime. The Democratic National Committee, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee have bee! working to ensure that campaigns throughout key states and districts are best positioned to win next November. Join DNC Chair Tom Perez, DSCC Chair U.S. Sen. Catherit Cortez Masto, DCCC Chair U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos, and ‘others for a frank, off-the-record conversation about the challenges and opportunities next year’s election brings. NFEREN CY ALLIANCE FALL 2019 ! Sarah Audelo, Executive Director, Youth Action Open Jan Haney Lépez, Director, Racial Politics Project, Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society As we head i Inthe masta near Road to 2020: Seizing the Moment lifetimes, what is the mood of tt ‘As werreflect on the mood of the country, our challenge is to unite a polarized nation and rise above the politics of division for an inclusive and engaged body politic. We an’t afford to make unsupported assumptions about the pulse of the electorate and the strategic application of cour resources. Join this discussion with leading pollsters, golitical strategists, and movement leaders to discuss miss the deeper currents of American li conference and frame the more strategi follow, we've asked a Senator, a journalist, a two organizers to share their about economic and cultural anxiety, and wher stirrings of hope and promise. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) in conversation DA Vice Chair Fran Rodgers : hnson Acting President and CEO, it Bi ration of America Jamelle Bouie, Poli tivPirector, New Virginia Majori Editor, The Cook missioner Stephanie ‘Mexico State Lend Commission — jina Romero, Mayor-Elect, Tucson, AZ silva, Executive Director Battleground Texas erator: Brandon Davis, Progressive Leader, Janeen Comenote, Executive Director, Indian Family Coalition Panel Discussion Building Enduring Progressive Power: A Focus o1 Southern and Southwestern States Increasingly the path to building enduring progressive _ power looks like it runs through a number of Southern and Southwestern states where an expanding electorate is powering progressive gains. Advocates and elected officials will explore the solidarity that forms between communities under constant attack and historically locked out from power. Panelists will talk about how they knit together short-term wins to build toward long-term victories, with a strong emphasis on critical 2020 Senate races, and how they are using those races to increase down ballot wins that will play a role in developing policy. Pe INFERENCE CY ALLIANCE FALL 2019 Deepak Hiteriya, Chier. of. parsins tk Staff, Community tive Director, New Georgia Spons@ed Receptior 5:30 to 7:0 Locations TI Dinner Program 7:15 to 9:00 pm | Grand Ballroom AB Keynote Address from Stacey Abrams, Fair Fight Introductory Remarks by Neera Tanden, President, Center for American Progress ‘Our Voice, Our Fight: Our Strategic Path to Victory With the fight for free and fair elections being far from over, the national expansion of Fair Fight indicates the unwavering need to protect our democracy through election security and reform. During her keynote address, Fair Fight Founder and Chair Stacey Abrams will address the progressive counterbalance to t ight's commitment to upending election the strategic pathway to securing the fi democracy. As election reform is the jocracy, a unified progressive str Investmt 3:45 to 5:00 pm fo Mobilization: What Digit fs Will It Take to Win? | Por The bal capacity and infrastructure is one ni to winning in 2020 — which is why enhai digital capacity is a core priority area in the D, investment strategy, and why the DA is recor investment ir six organizations at the forefron| organizing, communications, training, and innovati@r Pulso, PushBlack, Avalanche Strategy, MobilizeAmerica| The Movement Cooperative, and Swing Left. Together, these organizations are changing how we think about crafting and distributing progressive content, providing new support and infrastructure to the field, and rewriting how we organize and mobilize communities hear directly from these technologists, campais! infrastructure builders on how their work to help us win in 2020 and beyond. Liz Alarc6n, Founder and Director, Pulso Kate Gage, Founding Partner The Movement Cooperative Alfred Johnson, Co-Founder and CEO, MobilizeAmerica Michiah Prull, CEO, Avalanche Strategy Darrell Scott, Co-Founder and Executive Director, PushBlack Ethan Todras-Whitehill, Executive Director, Swing Left Moderator: Julie Menter, Managing Director, New Media Ventures The Progressive Political Talent Pipeline: Innovative candidate Recruitment Strategies in the States | Freer Winning elections and advancing progressive value: campaign staff that refect the com |. Although progressives have long b SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH Networking Breakfast 8:30 to 9:30am | Oriental Foyer Partner Forum 9:30 to 11:30 am | Oriental BC Striking, Marching, Voting - How We'll Galvanize Climate Action in 2020 up ta.clo Wheelie \Welll hear from several DA Partners with short remarks atin cvell on organizations and initiatives they're especially nthusiastic about, and to close, John Stocks, Gara, LaMarche and the DA Board will lead Partners in a debrief of the last few days and a call to action on: Closing Reception @ all need to do in the next critical year. 6:30 to 7:30 pm | Grand Cand Foyer ‘sno question climete change has ente Conference attendees are welcome to a closing retepti al conversation with an urgency not to celebrate the conclusion of another successful DA conference. Partners Only Dinner 7:30 to 9:00 pm | Oriental BC y DA Partners are invited to a dinner where we will hear Valerie Jarrett in_ conversation with DA President Gara LaMarche. 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