Los Angeles Leaders Advocate in Washington, D.C.

Supporting Southern California

The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce held Access Washington, D.C., a Southern California public-private partnership advocacy event. Leaders from the civic, business, and educational sectors, as well as public officials met with members of Congress and representatives from the executive branch. The goal was to express the priorities for Southern California and discuss key issues.

(Pictured: Assistant Vice Chancellor Keith Parker with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti)


Thank You UC Day in Sacramento Advocates

Raise Your Voice!

On March 10, 2015, public higher education advocates traveled to Sacramento from across the state — representing all ten University of California campuses. Over two dozen UCLA advocates, comprised of parents, alumni, students, and donors met with legislators to ask for greater state support for the UC system.

UCLA advocates shared personal narratives of what UCLA has meant to them and their families and why protecting higher education in the state budget should be a priority.
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