Nlc Sac, Cap Sci Comm, Uc Davis Institute For Food And Ag Literacy Joint Event

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New Leaders Council - Sacramento Chapter says
Join New Leaders Council - Sacramento Chapter, Capital Science Communicators, and UC Davis Institute for Food and Ag Literacy on the SECOND FLOOR of Kupros for our joint networking event!

What's NLCSac?
New Leaders Council (NLC) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that engages a diverse, collaborative national network of progressive political entrepreneurs.

The gateway to this network is NLC’s flagship program, the NLC Institute, a rigorous 5-month training program that focuses on entrepreneurship, advocacy, organizing, and fundraising. NLC seeks out the top tier of emerging progressive leaders from around the country for the Institute, building a community of vetted, trained progressive leaders with the skills and support system to help to change the way politics is done and foster a more equitable, just America.

What's CapSciComm?
"CapSciComm" is an association of science writers and communicators serving California’s Capital Region—Sacramento, Davis, and beyond.

This network brings together journalists, PR pros, policy crafters, creatives, educators, and researchers interested in advancing STEM literacy and science communication in the greater Sacramento region, believing access to accurate scientific and health information is critical to steering our region's revitalization.

What is Institute for Food and Ag Literacy?
Institute for Food and Ag Literacy (IFAL) is a group of graduate students, post doctoral researchers, and professors from UC Davis that serve as a resource for journalists, the public, and policy makers.

This organization is out of the University of California's World Food Center and works to bring together diverse groups of stakeholders who make impacts in research, education, and improving our food system. Early career researchers passionate about the impacts from their work from UC Davis and UC Berkeley create science-based resources to improve the world's understanding of farming and agriculture.
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By: New Leaders Council - Sacramento Chapter

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