The training will focus on issue definition, campaign goals, resources assessment, strategy, communication, tactics/timelines, and resource management. The curriculum will help you choose, direct, and win campaigns to promote better conditions for biking and walking in your state, province, or local community. The trainings are set up in peer-to-peer and group breakout sessions to improve communication and foster collaboration. Previous participants have won complete streets campaigns, Safe Routes to School campaigns, and bike safety campaigns at the state and local level.
Located along the banks of the Mississippi River, New Orleans is a unique city with rich history, culture, food, and music. The historic neighborhoods of New Orleans offer residents and visitors a vibrant and enjoyable urban environment, whether along the narrow streets of the French Quarter or under the oak trees of Uptown. Spring in New Orleans brings countless festivals, crawfish season and amazing weather to enjoy the city’s great outdoor spaces; including Jackson Square, Audubon Zoo, City Park or the Mississippi River Trail. Already one of America’s best-kept bicycling secrets, see why New Orleans is best seen on two wheels. You’ll return energized and with a blueprint for a successful bicycling advocacy campaign.
League Policy Director
Flusche joined the League in April 2009 and has a B.A. in history from Syracuse University and a Masters of Public Administration with a concentration in public policy analysis from New York University.