Chemistry on Capitol Hill—2021 Emerging Policies

ACS Webinars

It has been half a year since the Biden-Harris Administration took over the White House and a new Congress took over Capitol Hill. With this new Government, what has changed in DC, and how are the emerging policies likely to impact chemists, the chemistry enterprise, and STEM across society?

Join Director of Federal Relations Caroline Trupp Gil, Senior Advocacy Specialist Karen Garcia and Advocacy Manager Carl Maxwell of the ACS Government Affairs team as they discuss the current policy environment in DC, progress being made in STEM issues and on ACS priorities, what might happen in the coming months, and how you can get involved.

This ACS Webinar is moderated by Government Affairs Manager Lauren Posey of the American Chemical Society and co-produced with ACS Government Affairs.

What You Will Learn

  • How the Biden Administration and 117th Congress are shaping up in terms of its STEM priorities
  • Which specific pieces of legislation or federal policies will be likely to impact ACS members
  • How members can become involved


Meet the Experts

Caroline Trupp Gil
Director of Federal Relations,
American Chemical Society

Karen Garcia
Senior Advocacy Specialist,
American Chemical Society

Carl Maxwell
Advocacy Manager,
American Chemical Society

Lauren Posey
Government Affairs Manager,
American Chemical Society

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