State Budget and Legislative Session Wrap Up
Join the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy for a special briefing with a panel of experts focused on the key outcomes of the 2023 state budget and legislative session.
As part of the biannual budget process, the Governor’s office and the General Assembly approved a state budget in the 2023 session, in addition to addressing legislative priorities impacting a broad scope of important issues, from housing to early childhood to health equity.
As part of the Council's ongoing commitment to keeping funders updated about key issues in our state, we are hosting this budget briefing to hear from budget experts and nonprofit leaders. The panel will focus on:
- State budget overview: Highlights of the final approved budget, including key decisions and spending priorities.
- Impact analysis: How will these decisions likely impact Connecticut communities?
- Looking ahead: What should funders be paying attention to now?
Don’t miss this critical and informative conversation.
This program is for funders only. The briefing will be 75 minutes, and include an opportunity for Q&A. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from leaders on the frontlines of key issues facing our state.
This program is part of CCP's 2023 policy series.
Gian-Carl Casa, President and CEO, The CT Nonprofit Community Alliance
Karen DuBois-Walton, Ph.D., President of Elm City Communities, Secretary, Housing Authority of the City of New Haven
Puya Gerami, Campaign Manager, Recovery for All
Janée Woods Weber, Executive Director, Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund
Cost: This event is for funders and is free for CCP members.
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