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Capitol Hill Series:  What does participation in AAOE’s Capitol Hill Day look like?

 Export to Your Calendar 7/26/2018
When: Thursday, July 26, 2018
1:00 - 2:00 pm EDT
Where: United States
Contact: Bradley Coffey, MA

Online registration is available until: 7/26/2018
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Title: Capitol Hill Day Series: What does participation in AAOE’s Capitol Hill Day look like?



This session features a look at AAOE’s Capitol Hill Day from the inside. Understand how AAOE will prepare you for visits with your legislators and hear from past attendees as they discuss their previous participation and discuss the schedule for the event.


Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the ease of participating in AAOE’s Capitol Hill Day.
  • Explain the schedule for AAOE’s Capitol Hill Day.


Meet the Speaker:


Bradley Coffey, MA,AAOE Manager, Government Affairs

Bradley Coffey, MA is the Manager of Government Affairs at the American Alliance of Orthopaedic Executives in Indianapolis, Indiana. For the past three years, Bradley has worked with AAOE volunteers to build the AAOE’s department of government affairs. He received his Master of Arts in political science with a focus on the institutions of American government (Congress, Presidency, Courts) in May 2013. While a graduate student, Bradley served as a graduate teaching assistant, Vice-President of the Graduate Student Union, and as the Social Science Representative to the Academic Grievance and Student Discipline Committee. Bradley has previously worked with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Public Policy Office and the Kentucky General Assembly.

In 2014, Bradley guided AAOE to be named “Outstanding Government Affairs Program” for associations with a budget over $750,000 at the Indiana Society for Association Executives’ Star Awards. In 2016, Bradley received his Credential of Readiness (CORe) from the Harvard Business School and ISAE’s “Rising Star of the Year” award. In 2017, he completed a non-profit leadership program at the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Bradley lives in Indianapolis, Indiana and is active in his community serving in volunteer roles with the Alzheimer's Association Indiana Chapter and the Indiana Society of Association Executives.


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