Advocacy in Action Lunch and Learn
October 15, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Topic: Clean Missouri/Ethics in Government
NCJWSTL is excited to welcome Benjamin Singer as our speaker for October’s Virtual Lunch and Learn on Ethics in Government and everything you need to know about Amendment 3 (aka Dirty Missouri).
Benjamin Singer is the Executive Director of Show Me Integrity, a cross-partisan movement for more effective, ethical government of, by and for the people.
He has worked with Republican, Democratic, and Independent reformers since 2012 on local, state, and federal advocacy campaigns, tackling campaign finance reform and anti-gerrymandering.
In 2018, Benjamin served as Communications Director for Clean Missouri, a grassroots campaign to take power away from special interests and put voters before lobbyists, big donors, and partisan games. Clean Missouri’s Amendment 1 passed with huge majorities of Republicans, Democrats, and Independents, delivering a mandate for fair maps and fair redistricting.
Unfortunately, the Legislature is trying to overturn the will of the voters in November with Amendment 3 – Dirty Missouri.
Benjamin attended Solomon Schechter Day School, is a Parkway Central HS graduate, and a graduate of Northwestern University. He serves the community with his experience in political fundraising, nonprofit development, community organizing, organizational strategy, public relations, general communications, graphic design, website development, and video production.
To RSVP and receive login credentials, please email Jennifer Bernstein.