Be part of the largest-ever Colorado group at the AIPAC Policy Conference and share in the experience of a lifetime. Hear from top White House officials, key Members of Congress and high-level policy advisors on a myriad of issues impacting the U.S.-Israel relationship. This is your moment. This is Israel’s moment.
About the Policy Conference
The AIPAC Policy Conference is the pro-Israel community’s preeminent annual gathering. The event attracts more than 7,000 community and student activists from all 50 states, and more than half of the Senate, a third of the House of Representatives and countless Israeli and American policymakers and thought leaders.
Over three jam-packed days, Policy Conference participants choose from hundreds of informative sessions and, on the final day of the conference, participate in the pro-Israel community’s largest and most important lobbying day. The 2010 AIPAC Policy Conference will take place March 21-23 in Washington, D.C.
Policy Conference 2009 Highlights
Get an idea of the amazing program that awaits you at the 2010 Policy Conference!
In the closing address of AIPAC Policy Conference 2009, Vice President Joe Biden affirmed the Obama administration’s commitment to a strong and enduring U.S.-Israel relationship. “The bond between Israel and the United States,” Biden said, “was forged by a shared interest in peace and security, by shared values that respect all faiths and peoples, by deep ties among our citizens and by a common commitment to democracy.”
Delegates also heard from Senator John Kerry, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli President Shimon Peres, and House and Senate leaders from both parties.
To register for the conference and reserve your room today, please call AIPAC’s Assistant Area Director Rachel Levin at 303-864-9464 or click on this on-line registration form.
**Save $100 if you register prior to December 31, 2009. Should plans change, cancellations received before February 26th will be fully refunded**
Colorado Delegation as of 11/16/2009
Michael Altenberg & Libby Bortz, Faye & Steven Demby, Marc Geman & Elin Robbins-Geman, Celeste & Jack Grynberg, Suzanne Handler, Judy & Stuart Heller, Karyn & David Huberman, Dan Japha, Judy Kava, Joanne & Art Kleinstein, Tom Kornfeld, Stanley Kreis, Hazel & Herzl Melmed, Carol & Larry Mizel, Michael Nussbaum, Diane & Wiley Reed, Benjamin Skupsky, Lorraine & Don Skupsky, Irene Skupsky, Katharine Skupsky, Arlene Stein, Bonnie Kossoff & Steve Uslan, Jeff Wilson