Each year the PIE Network hosts a series of capacity-building events for leaders across the Network. While the dates, agenda, and location change from year to year, below you’ll find a list of opportunities PIE Network offers annually.
Spring Executives’ Meeting
The annual Spring Executives’ Meeting is an opportunity for Network leaders to gather and discuss the opportunities and challenges they anticipate in the coming months. This is a working meeting exclusively for executive directors and policy partners, with conversation built around the top priorities they identify. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
This experience is designed for communications leaders at member and partner organizations. This three-day event offers participants the chance to dig deep into winning communications campaigns, problem-solve around persistent challenges, and advance critical communications skills. Contact email@example.com with questions.
Educator Voice Meeting
This three-day meeting is ideal for organizations that currently have an explicit, sustained commitment to educator engagement, as well as organizations in the process of designing or launching a new initiative. This meeting typically contains high-level strategy conversations, so it is recommended for team members responsible for shaping the organization’s strategy and committing the organization’s resources to projects and partnerships. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Political Engagement Meeting
This event is recommended for leaders of organizations that either currently have a strategy around engaging in the political process or are in the beginning stages of thinking through or launching a political operation.
This is a cohort-based, year long leadership opportunity focused on leading change in complex, political climates. Leaders apply and are selected from organizations across the Network, committing to a series of three meetings. You can learn more about the Leadership Institute here. Contact email@example.com with questions.