Frequently Asked Questions: CMEP’s 2020 Advocacy Summit
Frequently Asked Questions
I registered for the original in-person summit. What should I do?
If you registered for the in-person summit prior to the digital restructuring: Check your email inbox for an email from email@example.com on March 18, 2020 titled “Important Update about CMEP’s annual advocacy summit.” for details on your registration. If you don’t see the email – you can reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for options on your registration costs.
Please remember to cancel your discount hotel rooms at the Holiday Inn if you booked those. Group Code is CFM.
Who will be speaking?
We’ll be releasing our speaker list as confirmations are available. As with our in-person summits, you will still hear from a variety of activists, pastors, political leaders, and experts on how they are working for peace and justice.
How will I access the conference?
You will need a device that connects to the internet, has speakers, and can run a Zoom meeting. We’ll provide the link to log on and participate in the webinar to registered attendees.
What will the schedule be?
We are confirming the final schedule for the day, but we will have a series of sessions throughout the day on Monday, June 22nd that includes individual speakers, panelists, time for question and answer sessions, and advocacy training.
How will we advocate if we can’t have a hill day?
We will still head (virtually) to Capitol Hill to contact your elected representatives. More details on that will be available closer to the summit. Please be sure to fill out the address where you are registered to vote in your registration so we can be sure to prepare for your participation! .
Please email us at email@example.com with “Summit Question!” in the subject line.