On July 18, the Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric will come to Cleveland, Ohio as part of the Republican National Convention, which is why we are inviting you to a webinar that will show you how to share your point of view and your immigrant story when speaking to the press.

About this Webinar

Your story is one of the strongest tools you have to fight for immigration relief!

This webinar will bring together immigration advocates and communication experts who are ready to show you the most effective ways to share your story, and ensure we are ready to answer any questions from reporters or community members during the Republican National Convention.

Webinar Participants

Lynn Tramonte

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Lynn Tramonte is the Deputy Director of America’s Voice and America’s Voice Education Fund.  She also directs Ohio’s Voice, a state-based immigration project.

Tramonte began her career as a consultant for the Immigration and Naturalization Service in 1998, and is a veteran of numerous legislative battles on immigration, including the comprehensive immigration reform debates of 2006, 2007, and 2013.

As Deputy Director, Tramonte oversees execution of the organizations’ work plans and polling projects; manages staff and consultants; and serves as a national and local spokesperson.  She has been quoted in Spanish and English in numerous media outlets, from Univision and Telemundo to the Washington Post and Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Tramonte is an expert in strategic communications and advocacy campaigns.  She lives in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Pili Tobar

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Pili Tobar is a first-generation Guatemalan American. Pili was born in Florida and raised in Guatemala City. In 2004, Pili returned to the United States and attended the University of Miami where she earned a Bachelors in Science and Masters in Public Administration.

Pili moved to Washington DC in 2010 where she worked for the advocacy organization America’s Voice to advance comprehensive immigration reform. Most recently, Pili worked for the Democratic National Committee as National Director of Hispanic Media and Western Regional Press Secretary, and as Communications Director for Congressman Ruben Gallego (AZ-07).