4) Know your local policy makers (city council/commissioner’s/alderman’s, state legislators).
Make sure they know what NAHSE is about.
Policy Maker will know how NAHSE can be a resource for information about health
When NAHSE sends comments on an impending policy, the policy makers, know who
NAHSE is and the importance of the position that NAHSE takes on a local policy.
1. Host a legislative breakfast, dinner, lunch and learn at the state capital, lunch and learn for
local policy makers.
2. Identify chapters members, if any that work for local and or state legislators and encourage
them to join the public policy committee or start one.
3. Identify legislators that are members of the local and state health committee and find out if
they have pending health care bills that NAHSE can support.