Critical to every great advocacy initiative is a key person program.

By building relationships with legislators, NCACPA is able to position its members as the experts that lawmakers should go to when they need input on important state policies. To be successful, the Association must maintain a robust database of key persons to liaise with lawmakers when urgent issues or challenges arise regarding legislation.

There are two ways to get involved as a key person through NCACPA

Existing Relationship with Legislator—If you already have an established relationship with a North Carolina lawmaker, please let us know by filling out the form below. We will work to create an opportunity to collaborate with legislators of key interest to the profession, who also have personal relationships with our members.

Willingness to Contact Legislator—If you do not have an existing relationship with a legislator, but are willing to contact those in your district, let us know by filling out the form below.

We may ask you to contact your legislator when issues affecting the CPA profession arise—it will be as simple as an email or a call, and NCACPA will provide you the email copy and/or telephone script.