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Our Members - Supporting Public Officials and Institutions

12 Total Orgs (members by state)

America benefits when its leaders and democratic institutions are shown how to better serve the public. These members use both institutional knowledge and creative solutions to strengthen our government.

  • We believe that democracy is a design problem. Our work in civic design includes research, practical projects, and knowledge sharing through training, and advocacy. Our approach is collaborative, bringing together stakeholders to improve election and civic engagement

  • Cities of Service is a nonprofit organization that helps mayors build stronger cities by changing the way local government and citizens work together. Our coalition cities tap into citizen insights, skills, and service to identify and solve critical public problems

  • CMF is dedicated to helping Congress meet the evolving needs and expectations of an engaged and informed citizenry. Focusing on improving congressional operations and citizen engagement through research, publications, training, and management services. 

  • A team of software developers, public policy wonks, and civic organizers dedicated to the idea that voting should fit the way we live. Our vision is straightforward: make voting a simple, seamless experience for all Americans so that no one misses an election. 

  • Institute for Local Government promotes good government at the local level with practical resources for California communities. Aiming to assist local leaders to govern effectively and ethically, work collaboratively and foster healthy and sustainable communities.

  • The Leadership Now Project is a membership organization of business professionals concerned about the future of our democracy. Diverse in political views, professions, racial and ethnic backgrounds, members are united by the belief that galvanized America’s founders, E Pluribus Unum - out of many, one.

  • The MAP vision is to create a political environment where bipartisan cooperation is restored as our nation’s governing paradigm and our elected leaders work more closely together to address the challenges we face as a generation and as a nation. 

  • The National Civic League seeks to advance civic engagement to create equitable, thriving communities. We achieve this by supporting and recognizing inclusive approaches to community decision-making and through community assistance, awards and events, and research and publications.

  • Since 1938, NFWL has served as a forum for elected women from across the country to be empowered through information and experience. We are the oldest organization for elected women in America and the ONLY one that includes women on the city, county and state levels. 

  • Dedicated to professional development for our nation’s current and future state legislative leaders. Through our Emerging Leaders Program, we offer mentoring to first and second term legislators who have been identified by their peers as future leaders

  • TechCongress gives talented technologists the opportunity to gain first-­hand experience in federal policymaking and shape the future of tech policy through a one-year Congressional Innovation Fellowship with a Member of Congress or Congressional Committee.

  • The USAFMC utilizes the skill sets of its 600 members to provide pro bono programs and initiatives both at home and abroad. Using the expertise of its membership, FMC has created programs to educate, assist, and support Congress domestically and internationally.