NCSL invites you to a new pre-2023 legislative session event designed to deliver foresight into pressing policy issues and legislative-specific training. At just $99 for legislators and legislative staff, insights gained at Forecast ’23 will help sharpen your vision and set you up for maximum success during next year’s legislative session.
yourself in the latest policy research and developments and start session prepared and informed.
your legislative skills and strengthen your ability to navigate and impact the legislative process.
with your colleagues and expand your legislative network for the future.
Monday, Dec. 5
Tuesday, Dec. 6
11:45 a.m.-1 p.m.
Receptionon the USS Midway
Wednesday, Dec. 7
10:15 a.m.-11:45 a.m.
Professional Development Session
Jonathan T.M. ReckfordCEO, Habitat for Humanity InternationalSession: Lessons in Leadership: What I Learned from the Private Sector, the Church and a Global Nonprofit
Sarita MaybinCommunication Expert and AuthorSession: Maintaining Positive Relationships in the Legislature
Karen M. Allen TEDx speaker and Founder of 100% HumanSession: Stop and Shift: A Mental Exercise to Reset Your Mind
Christopher Thornberg Ph.D.Founder, Beacon EconomicsSession: Worrying About the Wrong Recession
Debra LekanoffRepresentative, Washington House of RepresentativesSession: An Across-the-Border Discussion with Canada and Mexico
Reid WilsonFounder and editor, Pluribus NewsSession: What Just Happened?! The Midterms Explained
John MedinaDevelopmental molecular biologistand author of New York Times bestseller “Brain Rules”Session: Brain Rules for Legislators and Staff
Laurie JinkinsSpeaker, Washington House of RepresentativesSession: The Legislative Forecast: Hot, Hot, Hot!
Dan WhiteDirector, Government Consulting and Fiscal Policy ResearchSession: Stress-Testing Budgets in the Face of Economic UStress-Testing Budgets in the Face of Economic Uncertainty
Wendy UnderhillElections and Redistricting Director, NCSLSession:Applying Lessons Learned in the 2022 Elections to Lawmaking in 2023
Beate CheletteGrowth ArchitectSession: Scale Your Impact: Three Essential Elements
Jonathan BallLegislative Fiscal Analyst, Utah Office of Legislative Fiscal AnalystSession: Stress Testing Budgets in the Face of Economic Uncertainty
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Budget, Taxes and Pensions
Continuing Legal Education
Criminal Justice and Law
Economic Development and Labor
Elections and Redistricting
Health and Human Services
Infrastructure and Natural Resources
Technology and Commerce
Women's Legislative Network
Monday, December 5
Tuesday, December 6
Wednesday, December 7
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