The Millennial Action Project activates young policymakers to lead a new era of collaboration
Through the Future Caucus, we organize nonpartisan communities to find common ground on the issues facing Millennials and future generations.
MAP, Twitter, and the Congressional Tech Staff Association (CTSA) convened an evening discussion honoring new members and celebrating technology and innovation @TwitterDC.
MAP COO Layla Zaidane recently headlined the 2017 Women’s Legislative Briefing, which engaged organizers, policymakers, and youth leaders on women’s issues. Layla spoke on the “The Nuts & Bolts of Creating Change in Your Community” panel, noting that “if you want to make a difference in your community, identify your issues, build coalitions, be consistent, be loud & be kind.”
Following the press conference announcing the group's launch, Next Generation Nebraska joined MAP to convene millennial constituents to hear their policy priorities for the new legislative session.
MAP joined State Senators Adam Morfeld & Brett Lindstrom for the launch of Next Generation Nebraska at the Nebraska State Capitol.
During the 2016 Capitol Forum presented by the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), MAP hosted a dessert reception at Bar Civitas in partnership with NCSL's Young and New Professionals (YNP). The event provided a space for young legislators and staff to connect, share ideas, and develop lasting connections among the community of legislators under 40.
The Millennial Action Project (MAP) recently joined two panels at the the New Frontiers conference hosted by Independent Sector. The event convened nonprofit and philanthropic leader from across the country.