Visit the ACOG Advocacy Center to learn about ACOG’s advocacy in the US Congress and the Statehouses.
Each day at 10 am, join the Advocacy Center for a Capital Coffee, with guest speakers ACOG CEO and Executive Vice President Hal C. Lawrence III, MD, and ACOG President John C. Jennings, MD. Each Capital Coffee is free, and no advance reservations are required.
The Center also has information about ACOG’s national leadership campaign, All-in for Advocacy, helping you develop your leadership advocacy skills to benefit our specialty and women’s health at the state and federal levels.
Annual Meeting attendees can stop by the ACOG Advocacy Center and get a free personal advocacy profile assessment, your way to let ACOG know what issues matter most to you and help you improve your leadership skills.
McCain-Gellhaus Fellows Lunch
On Tuesday, ACOG’s McCain and Gellhaus Fellows will hold the 63rd Annual Meeting McCain-Gellhaus Fellows Lunch. The luncheon, “All-in for Advocacy: The Risk Factor,” takes place from 12:30 to 1:45 pm in the San Francisco Marriott Marquis’ Golden Gate A room.
Gellhaus and McCain Fellows will lead a vibrant seminar on how to be a meaningful leader, take risks and create a “culture of how.” New York Times best-selling author Deborah Perry Piscione, author of “The Risk Factor: Why Every Organization Needs Big Gets, Bold Characters and the Occasional Spectacular Failure,” will speak and inspire you to greater and bolder leadership.
Register onsite at ACOG Registration to add the McCain-Gellhaus Lunch to your registration for $55.