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December Lunch & Learn: Because Democracy Is Not a Spectator Sport

The December event is a members-only opportunity to learn more about the LWV Wisconsin legislative agenda for 2023 and about how local members can be involved through advocacy and participation in a state-level committee.

The Legislative Committee of the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin is composed of members from around the state who work together to analyze legislation and agency rules as they are introduced in the state legislature.  They recommend action to promote the League's policy goals. Recommendations for legislative action are justified by policy positions approved and adopted by membership.  Some of the League policy positions have been in existence for decades. Click below to view LWVWI policy positions. 
Sign up for LWV Wisconsin Action Alerts and join the legislative committee. We empower voters and defend democracy through advocacy, education, and litigation, at the local, state, and national levels.

Debra Cronmiller

Debra Cronmiller
is Executive Director of the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. She joined the State League staff in January, 2020 and previously served as the President of the State’s Board of Directors. Her employment background is in non-profit management and human services work. She previously managed a homeless shelter and worked for the State of Wisconsin’s Department of Children and Families as an administrator for the TANF program and Director for the Department of Workforce Development’s Job Service. She has over 30 years of volunteer experience with the League in various leadership positions. Debra is a member of the Madison Downtown Rotary. She serves on the Board of Directors of Community Shares of Wisconsin.

Susan Jennik is a retired lawyer who represented unions and workers for nearly 40 years in the NYC area. In 2018, she retired and moved to Madison to be near family, joining the Dane County League where she is the Program Director. Susan has served on the LWVWI Legislative Committee, becoming chair in August, 2022.

Tuesday, December 13, 2022, 11:30 AM until 1:00 PM
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