San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This 60-minute training session will walk you through rules governing what 501(c)(3)'s and staff can do related to legislative lobbying and electoral campaigns. We will also explore registration and reporting requirements for organizations, the legislative calendar and a number of resources available to move you forward.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Leading this session is public policy expert Loren Anthes, government relations, state and local associate, The MetroHealth System. In this role, Loren is responsible for implementing the development and execution of government relations, public policy advocacy and community relations strategies on the state and local levels.
With a strong knowledge of Ohio’s legislative and budget processes and the state’s Medicaid program, Loren works with key MetroHealth staff to support and augment its mission as an academic health care system committed to saving lives, restoring health, promoting wellness, and providing outstanding life-long care accessible to all.
Loren’s experience in the Statehouse started as a Legislative Service Commission Fellow where he worked for several State Representatives. This was followed by a position as the Senior Legislative Aide for Majority Floor Leader Tracy Maxwell Heard and then as Governor Strickland’s Legislative Officer for the Medicaid program. He has also had direct Medicaid policy experience in hospital reimbursement and quality review. He has also worked as a Regional Communications Director for We Are Ohio’s successful 2011 ballot initiative and as The Centers for Families and Children’s Government Relations Manager, responsible for advocating an array of public policy positions relative to healthcare, education, workforce development, and nutrition.
Loren holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ohio University with a major in Political Science and a minor in Classics and World Religions. He is pursuing his Masters of Business at Baldwin Wallace with a concentration in healthcare. Loren has also volunteered with Ohio City Incorporated where he coached a near Westside tee ball team and a youth bowling league team.
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