MAP partnered with Pepperdine University, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum, and Creative Artists Agency to host its second annual Future Summit. A bipartisan group of roughly fifty state legislators, hailing from more than two dozen states, convened with leading policy experts in Malibu, CA for a day of connection, innovation, and collaboration on “next generation policies” affecting young people across the country.
MAP and AZ Future Caucus at the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Conference
Joined by Arizona Future Caucus Co-Chairs Representative Mark Cardenas and Representative TJ Shope, MAP's State Caucus Network Director, Cherisse Eatmon hosted events at NALEO's 35th Annual Conference.
On June 1st, Cherisse Eatmon, MAP's State Caucus Network Director spoke at the American Association of University Women's (AAUW) National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL).
MAP partnered with Tufts University and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum to host the first annual Future Summit. A bipartisan group of forty state legislators, hailing from more than two dozen states, convened with leading policy experts in Boston, MA for a day of connection, innovation, and collaboration on “next generation policies” affecting young people across the country.
Steven Olikara, President and Co-Founder of the Millennial Action Project (MAP), recently addressed participants during The Shift Network's Day of Healing and Reconciliation.The event, held in Washington DC and broadcast live around the country, brought together a diverse group faith leaders, elected officials, and thought-leaders for a conversation centered on rebuilding bridges in our communities across the nation following a divisive election season.
MAP President Steven Olikara delivered the opening keynote at the Power of Collaboration Global Summit at the United Nations. He spoke about collaborative governance in the 21st century and the role of millennials in shaping the future.
Over 300 policymakers, entrepreneurs and philanthropists concerned with political polarization came together to forge the next generation of innovative, bipartisan solutions.