Greenville of counsel Cindy Crick served on a panel, “How to Engage Public Officials,” at the Upstate Political Leadership Institute: Advocacy 101 hosted by the Upstate Chamber Coalition on Aug. 2. The sessions occur on Friday, Aug. 2 and Friday, Aug. 9, and attendees heard from speakers and panelists on such topics as the legislative process, building and spending political capital, education v. advocacy, developing an advocacy strategy, activating grassroots networks, influencing local government, and leveraging digital tools. Click here to view the agenda.
Crick is a member of the White Collar Defense & Government Investigations team and has served as both deputy chief and chief of staff to Trey Gowdy, former U.S. Representative for the South Carolina’s 4th Congressional District. She also served as an assistant solicitor in South Carolina’s 7th Circuit Solicitor’s Office where she spearheaded the Violence Against Women Task Force and gained valuable experience in prosecuting cases involving criminal domestic violence, sexual assault/HIV exposure, and domestic homicide.
Friday, August 2, 2019
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