Insulation Industry National Policy Conference

Join Us in DC at the Capitol Hill Fly-In

Get up-to-speed on policy issues that affect the industry, and make your voice heard by meeting Congressional representatives in the nation’s Capitol.

This event will bring insulation industry leaders and professionals together with law and policymakers to discuss the industry’s top priorities and concerns, and to advocate for policies that promote the energy efficiency benefits achieved through insulation. All NIA members are welcome and no previous lobbying experience is necessary. Your participation will strengthen the collective voice of the insulation industry!

Insulation Industry National Policy Conference & Capitol Hill Fly-In
May 21–22, 2019
Liaison Capitol Hill, Washington, DC
To register and for more information, email Kristin DiDomenico.

Meeting Location:
The Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel
415 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001

(202) 638-1616
Phone: 1-888-513-7455
Group Code: NAIMA19 (Rate $369/night)

Schedule Overview
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
12:00 – 12:45 pm: Welcome Luncheon
12.45 pm: Greeting / Program Overview / Antritrust Reminder
1:00 – 5:00 pm: Forum Speakers

What to Expect This Congress
Bruce Mehlman – National Political Strategist, Mehlman, Castagnetti, Rosen and Thomas

National Housing and Construction Outlook
Robert Dietz – Chief Economist, National Association of Homebuilders

Charting the Federal Response to Climate Debate
The Honorable Paul Tonko (D-New York) – Chairman, House Environment and Climate Change Subcommittee

Achieving a Carbon Neutral Building Stock: New York’s Policy Roadmap
Greg Hale – Senior Advisor, Office of the Governor, State of New York (Invited)

Workforce Challenges and Opportunities in Residential Construction
Clayton Traylor – Leading Builders of America

Insights on Covering the Trump White House
Jonathan Swan – national political reporter for Axios Media

5:30 – 7:30 pm: Social Hour – Liaison Hotel Rooftop Bar

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
7:15 am: Breakfast
7:45 am: Issues Overview / Effective Advocacy 101
8:45 am: Depart for Capitol Hill
9:00 am – 3:00 pm: Congressional Meetings (schedules to be provided at registration)