Millennial Action Project: 2021 Future Summit
July 29 @ 8:00 am - July 30 @ 5:00 pm
NCCETC’s Senior Policy Program Director, Autumn Proudlove, will be co-leading a breakout discussion, A New Forecast: Responding to Changing Energy Dynamics for a More Resilient Future, on Friday, July 30th at 2:10 pm ET.
Each summer, the Millennial Action Project hosts the largest bipartisan convening of young state legislators during the Future Summit. Over the past four years, hundreds of legislators from across the country have set aside party differences and joined together to collaborate, share policy ideas, and gain insight from national policy experts. The Future Summit serves as a central location for policymakers to highlight their efforts and propose solutions to advance legislation in areas disproportionately affecting the Millennial and future generations.
On July 29-30, MAP will hold the fifth annual Future Summit, to deepen its mission of activating young leaders to bridge the partisan divide and transform American politics. The Future Summit provides new and innovative perspectives, bridging the partisan divide, and adding to the ranks of audacious young leaders ready to chart a new path forward. We will host new and familiar faces at this year’s virtual Future Summit and create an opportunity for attendees to build a network of new relationships, envision new ideas, and discover a zeal for creating strong, bipartisan, Millennial-driven policy. This virtual event is intended for state legislators under the age of 45.