The New American Leaders Project

Upcoming Webinar

NALP is thrilled to present our next webinar which is designed to help NALP’s Ready to Lead® alumni best utilize social media!

Join us on September 24th and learn how to use social media to build a profile with local media and connect with potential voters.

When:

September 24, 2014, 9:00 am PST/12:00 pm EST

Who:

NALP’s very own Board Member, Chris Fowler, will lead the Social Media webinar this fall. This event is free and open to all alumni.

How:

Sign up below, spaces are limited. The day prior to the webinar you will receive a unique link to GoTo Meeting in order to join the webinar.

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NALP IN THE NEWS:

Immigrants Use Storytelling to Become Leaders

Voices of NY // June 24, 2014

Investing in New American Leaders

Launch Progress // June 23, 2014

New Leaders Embrace Civic Duty

China Daily // June 20, 2014

SAVE THE DATE!


The New American Leaders Project presents the

Power & Policy Awards Reception
Washington D.C. - Friday, November 21, 2014


Join NALP in celebrating the contributions of immigrant elected leaders at our annual awards ceremony!

This year's honorees include:

Colorado State Senator Jessie Ulibarri The Honorable Doris Ling-Cohan
Texas State Senator Leticia Van de Putte (invited)


Enjoy an evening of cocktails and hors d’oeuvres and support scholarships for immigrants who aspire to run for office from coast to coast!


Stay tuned for more information!


Re3 StoryHack

New American Leaders Project was recently selected to participate in Re3 StoryHack. We helped two teams of hackers write, visualize, code, and share our story. Their websites offer background on the current state of representation, and aim to shift national perspective on the need for descriptive democracy in the United States.

Run For Us

Most Likely to Shift Perspective Award
Audience Choice Award

A more representative government starts closer to home than you may think. If the interests of elected officials don't seem to reflect our own interests, how better to change that than to run for local office yourself? This humorous video drives home this point, and a toolkit helps anyone get started on a public campaign.

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You Are Home

Our multi-ethnic country of immigrants is not accurately reflected in our elected officials. This interactive image collage illustrates the changing ethnicity and the increasing "majority of minorities" in the U.S. and compares it to the homogeneity of the Senate. Scroll through the diversity visualization to see the change we need to make so our government truly reflects us.

Visit You Are Home »