Calls to Action
Policy and Advocacy
The Partnership has identified policy priorities for the 2022 legislative session that are intended to increase the number of community members participating in the labor force, receiving a self-sufficient wage, and earning a skill, credential, or degree in order to eliminate poverty and improve the economic and social mobility of the region.
|If you are interested in supporting the work of the Partnership around policy and advocacy contact Kayah Swanson, Senior Director of Policy and Advocacy, at KayahSwanson@RMPBackbone.org.|
The RMP Backbone Team has developed a Public Funding Database to identify where public dollars are going, the plan for utilizing them, and where opportunities for increased coordination of efforts exists.
- If you are aware of public funding sources not currently included in this Database, please complete this form to ensure it is added for the Partnership to utilize
- If your organization is receiving public funding and is interested in ensuring coordination of its work with other entities, connect with Kayah Swanson
More About the Rocky Mountain Partnership
To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Partnership, including who is involved, how it is structured, and the work underway, click HERE.