ABA’s NextGenBaker is pleased to announce that Jennifer Duffy, Senior Editor of The Cook Political Report, will be a featured speaker at the ABA 2015 Fall Policy Conference, October 20-22. Duffy will provide conference attendees with an insider’s view and perspective on the 2016 election.
Founded in 1984, The Cook Political Report provides analyses of presidential, U.S. Senate, House and gubernatorial races, and has been called “a newsletter that both parties regard as authoritative” by The New York Times. Jennifer has 30 years of experience in campaign politics, the last 27 of which have focused on non-partisan political analysis. In June of 2011, BusinessInsider.com named her one of the 13 savviest political analysts in the country. She is a frequent public speaker on elections and national political trends.
“With the presidential primary season and key senate races already underway, 2016 is shaping up to be one of the most important elections in our history,” said Kelly Knowles, ABA Senior Director, Political Affairs. “NextGenBaker is committed to incorporating political education into programming so participants receive an insider’s perspective on politics in America. Jennifer Duffy with The Cook Political Report will bring expertise and entertainment to a session that is not to be missed!”
NextGenBaker is dedicated to developing the future leadership of the wholesale baking industry and ABA by bringing together executives in a forum that educates participants on industry trends, encourages active engagement in public policy discussions and political involvement, and develops individual personal leadership and management skills.
The ABA 2015 Fall Policy Conference features three jam-packed days of ABA Policy Committee sessions, advocacy education, Capitol Hill lobbying visits, Bakers’ Dozen Reception, NextGenBaker executive leadership training and networking with industry peers and senior leaders. Registration is now open! Follow this one-of-a-kind conference taking place October 20-22, in Washington, D.C., with #ABAPolCon. More information may be found at http://www.americanbakers.org/aba-2015-fall-policy-conference/.