2-Day CLERGY ADVOCACY and MEDIA TRAINING
October 17-18, 2019
633 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Clergy leaders are invited to participate in a one-of-a-kind Clergy Advocacy and Media Training on October 17-18, 2019, to be held at the historic headquarters of the National Council of Negro Women (the only African American owned building between the White House and Congress), 633 Pennsylvania Ave NW, in Washington, DC. MSDC equips clergy leaders to become more astute and effective in the public policy making process that directly impacts the lives of African Americans. Masters Series for Distinguished Clergy (MSDC), is a 2-day interactive session, hosted by Skinner Leadership Institute.
This two-day course will include invaluable teaching on:
How to shape public policies, mock hearings, and congressional meetings.
How to shape real-time media messages through a mock press conference.
How to launch a church-based social media campaign.
How to impact public policy at the state level.
How to practice clergy self-care.
How to become part of a powerful network of clergy advocates.
How to lead from the inside/out as a high character difference-maker.
Outstanding Faculty Team of Dr. Therman Evans, Pastor, Author of From Purpose To Promise Driven Life; and Hon. Constance Newman, Leadership Development Expert
Frederick Douglass Haynes, III,
Senior Pastor, Friendship-West Baptist Church, Dallas, TX
Johnnetta B. Cole, Ph.D.,
National Chair, National Council of Negro Women, Washington DC
Karl A. Racine
Attorney General for the District of Columbia, Washington DC
Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner
MSDC, Founder and Dean
Dr. Therman Evans
Hon. Constance Newman
Dr. Sheridan Todd Yeary
Senior Pastor, Douglas Memorial Community Church | Baltimore MD
Ms. Dee C. Marshall
CEO, Diverse and Engaged, LLC
Mr. Dan Nejfelt
Public Relations and Communications Expert, Faith in Public Life | Washington DC