Volume up in charity advocacy

December 2, 2009
by Christopher Gergen
Washington Times

Rich Hamburg, director of Government Relations for Trust for America's Health, has worked on public health issues over the past 30 years. Looking toward 2010, he says he thinks the most successful advocacy organizations will continue to look at issues proactively, use research to define their policy positions, leverage technology to connect their constituents with policymakers, and engage the media in helping educate the public and policymakers about important issues.

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