Are you ready to take an active role in shaping policy that impacts your business?
Would you like to be a small business leader?
Being an active leadership council member is the most valuable asset NFIB has for promoting the small-business agenda in Wyoming. Examples of the things leadership council members do are:
- testify at legislative hearings involving small-business issues
- host lawmakers for a tour of your business operations
- be a quotable contact for the media
- assist in implementing the political strategy for elections, including recruitment, endorsements, fundraising, and other grassroots efforts
- help shape questions for the state ballot, the results from which are considered by lawmakers, state constitutional officers, and the bureaucracy to be the true voice of small business
Because we are a large state, we conduct most leadership council business by conference call and e-mail, although leadership council members are encouraged to attend in-person meetings when available. Leadership council members must be members of NFIB.
Nothing commands the attention of politicians better than hearing directly from a small-business owner. Serving on the NFIB Wyoming Leadership Council opens the doors of legislative offices. The leadership council also is a great way to meet other small-business pillars of the community like you.
For more information about this and other opportunities to be more involved in setting the small-business agenda, please e-mail NFIB Grassroots Manager Dillon Harp at [email protected]