MAP’s President Steven Olikara spoke on the Fostering Bipartisanship panel at the “Bipartisan Advocacy: Finding Common Ground” conference hosted by the Harvard Institute of Politics’ National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement.
The event convened fifty undergraduate students from universities participating in the Institute of Politics’ (IOP) initiative to engage the rising generation of public servants in bipartisan politics. Students attending the conference prepared a working plan to tackle issues in their local communities and heard from top political practitioners in the bipartisan advocacy space.
Joining MAP on the Fostering Bipartisanship panel were Dan Glickman, Bipartisan Policy Center, Mark McKinnon, No Labels, and Sam Gilman, Common Sense Action.
To learn more about the Harvard Institute of Politics’ National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement, visit their website.