Past Meetup

Forum: Building Secular Political Clout: The Path to a Secular Voting Bloc

This Meetup is past

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The Hacker Dojo

3350 Thomas rd, Suite 150 · Santa Clara, CA

How to find us

Enter through the door closest to, and facing, Thomas Road, and then immediately go through the door on your left. Walk to the main hall. The meetings are in the room (labeled "Classroom") on the left side of the main hall.

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Note: Daylight Savings Time begins on this day

Sarah Levin is the young, dynamic Director of Grassroots and Community Programs at the Secular Coalition for America (SCA) in Washington, DC. The Secular Coalition represents U.S. Atheist, Humanist, Skeptic, Freethought, and other secular organizations in promoting a secular agenda in the US Congress and throughout the U.S. Government. Sarah will give an update on SCA’s important lobbying work on our behalf on Capital Hill. She will present SCA’s Secular Values Voter campaign, a long-term vision to build and mobilize a cohesive, influential secular voting bloc. This action-oriented presentation is geared toward individuals and community organizers looking for ways to get more involved in political advocacy.

Sarah Levin graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from American University, where she was President of the Secular Student Alliance. She served in AmeriCorps, and joined the Secular Coalition in 2013. Since then she has managed and expanded the Secular Coalition’s State Advocacy Program and implemented innovative grassroots campaigns at national and state levels.

After the Forum, please join us for a lunch at 12:30pm. The lunch is complimentary for first-time visitors and students.

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