What is a Watch Party?
Economic Opportunity Funders hosts an Annual Budget and Tax Briefing to provide funders and philanthropic advisors with a unique opportunity to learn about and discuss why federal and state budget and tax work matters to national, state and local philanthropy. During this briefing, participants network with colleagues and learn about and discuss pressing policy developments, key battles and opportunities at the federal and state level, and emerging policy, communications and organizing strategies to advance worker justice, social protections and an economy that works for all.
Since 2014, local viewing parties have been organized to expand our reach to funders by live streaming our anchor federal budget and tax outlook plenary session. Typically, watch parties are organized as two-hour programs, where participants come together to view the federal budget and tax outlook presentation (live or as a recording on a later date) and then engage in a discussion with local experts on how the current landscape impacts critical programs and services in their state or area of interest.
Federal Budget and Tax Outlook | April 20, 12:45 - 1:30 PMNoted tax and budget policy expert Sharon Parrott will provide an overview of the key provisions in the federal budget, discuss current and upcoming budget debates, and offer insights on the potential impact on struggling families, workers, and communities.
• Shana Bartley, Policy Officer, W.K. Kellogg Foundation (moderator)
• Sharon Parrott, President, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
State Budget and Tax Outlook | April 20, 1:45 - 2:45 PM Learn about recent trends, key battles and opportunities, and what’s at stake and in play in 2023. Panelists will also share lessons learned from recent revenue campaign wins in Massachusetts and New Mexico.
• Michael Cassidy, Director, Policy Reform and Advocacy, The Annie E. Casey Foundation (moderator)
• Jeron Mariani, Senior Program Director, State Revenue Alliance
• Miles Tokunow, Deputy Director, Ole
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