Youth & Politics: 2020!

Thank to all for a successful 2019 International Young Leaders Conference & Career Fair!

Council President Joyce M. Davis announces Battleground PA, a new podcast series PennLive will produce for the 2020 elections. Political analysts Jeffrey Lord and Rogette Harris will participate.

International Young Leaders Conference & Youth Fair on Aug. 7 at Harrisburg University of Science & Technology featured young political leaders: Matthew Krupp, Cole Davis Goodman, Shavonnia Corbin-Johnson and Abbey Haslam.

Thanks to Ambassador Sponsors!

Conference Topics & Speakers include:

10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. – Opening Panel
Climate Change –– Donald Brown, Widener University
Women’s Rights — Dr. Donna Bickford, Dickinson College
Trade & Tariffs — Dr. Medhi Noorbaksh, Harrisburg University
 War — Dr. Craig Nation, U.S. Army War College
                  Moderator: Dr. Chris Dolan, Lebanon Valley College

11:30-12:30 PM: Lunch & Career Fair
1:30-2:30 p.m. — The Presidential Election 2020

Afternoon Panel — Issues Closer to Home

College Debt — Kim Kenawell-Hoffecker, Avantra Family Wealth
         Guns & Schools —  Danielle Prokopchak, Moms Demand Action
            Healthcare — Tina Nixon, Vice President of Diversity, UPMC
          Immigration—  Alishine Osman, Executive Director, PACRI
Moderator: Andrew Marah, Director of Financial Aid, HACC
 3:00- 4:00 PM: Closing Panel: Young People in Politics

Shovannia Corbin-Johnson, Deputy Chief of Staff, Lt. Gov.’s Office & former Congressional candidate
Cole Davis Goodman, Elected State Committee Member, PA Democratic Party – Candidate for Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds
Matthew Krupp, Prothonotary, Dauphin County
Abbey Haslam — Elected Republican Committeewoman, Swatara Township Precinct and Candidate for Swatara Township Commissioner 
Moderator: Eliz Nestorov, WACH Board Member

Career Fair with College Admissions Officers, Corporations, Candidates for Public Office!