Whether or not your business or organization’s leadership has chosen to publicly participate in the political arena, your team should be monitoring the latest political developments in order to determine if engagement would be beneficial - or necessary - at any point. In the current political climate, it is more important than ever for your organization to be proactive about preparing statements regarding relevant issues (especially in the event that your organization is involuntarily brought into public dialogue). Here are three tips to consider before taking a visible stand:
Are you headed to sunny Chicago this weekend for ASAE Annual? So are we! Whether your association is already a partner of ours or interested in exploring a different digital advocacy provider, we’d love to learn about how you engage in advocacy. Here are 5 reasons why you should stop by Booth 551 and meet our team:
Advocacy software is a key puzzle piece to assembling a modern government relations program. With a variety of different digital advocacy tools on the market today, it can be overwhelming to review each advocacy product thoroughly in order to make the right decision that fits your organization’s needs. If you are among the decision-makers evaluating from which advocacy vendor your organization will purchase advocacy software, consider the following 5 factors:
Muster is pleased to announce the opening of a new office space in Arlington, Virginia. Expanding into the greater D.C. area opens a new and exciting chapter for the team as the company grows its presence around the beltway.
Muster's legislative Action Centers are clean, intuitive advocacy hubs for citizens to connect with elected officials. Depending on how your association circulates an Action Center, your team may be interested in embedding the Action Center on a landing page, or elsewhere on your website.
In the second episode of our video mini-series, "How to Grow Your Grassroots Advocacy Network", our guest, Brian Cannon, Executive Director of OneVirginia2021, discusses online and offline tactics nonprofits can use to grow a political advocacy network. Brian brings over a decade of experience in non-profit leadership, community building, fundraising, and bipartisan advocacy for state policy issues. Click below to view the second installment of a three-part web series:
In the first episode of our video mini-series, "How to Grow Your Grassroots Advocacy Network", our guest, Brian Cannon, Executive Director of OneVirginia2021, lays out the key steps to building a supporter base. We were so honored to speak with Brian about this topic, who is truly an expert in the subject matter! Brian became the Executive Director of OneVirginia2021 in January 2015. He brings over a decade of experience in non-profit leadership, community building, fundraising, and bipartisan advocacy for state policy issues. Click below to view the first installment of a three-part video series:
If you've perused Muster's case studies or marketing materials, you've admired the graphic design work of Corey Vaughn. He has been a creative force on Muster's team for nearly a year. Corey studied Creative Advertising at Virginia Commonwealth University and keeps Muster's branding on point. Here are a few fun things to know about Corey:
If you attended Muster's first annual "Civic Engagement and Advocacy Panel", you may have met Khalil Grant. He has been an integral member of the Muster team for over a year now. A Virginia native, Khalil studied Creative Advertising at Virginia Commonwealth University and is a key player in driving Muster's operations forward. Here are a few fun facts about Khalil: