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Strategic planning for effective national programs: First Ladies Initiative hosts advisor training session

Article by Natalie Gonnella-Platts August 25, 2014 //   1 minute read

Following the Investing in Our Future forum in Washington, D.C., the Bush Institute’s First Ladies Initiative held an Advisor Training Session focused on “Strategic Planning for Effective National Programs” in Riggs Library at Georgetown University. 

From building a program road map to collaborating for impact, the August 7th session, attended by First Ladies’ senior advisors, focused on the concepts and processes integral to effective strategy planning and program development.  

The First Ladies Initiative is a program of the Bush Institute’s Women’s Initiative, and helps prepare First Ladies’ senior advisors and staff with training sessions on effective governance, strategic planning, and communication, and also fosters public-private partnerships by connecting First Ladies with funding partners, corporations, and NGOs. These efforts help First Ladies effectively use their unique platforms to promote issues and programs that improve the lives of women and children in their countries, with an initial focus on Africa.

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