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NCPLA Winter Directory Draft - Please Review

Good afternoon, 

Many members made edits to their accounts last week, and those should be reflected in this updated draft.


As a reminder, NCPLA dues do not run Jan. 1 - Dec. 31. Dues run Oct. 1 - Sept. 30. each year, and this is why we send out initial renewal invoices in October every month. We send them out again in the new year as a reminder that your account has expired.

If your name is not in this draft, it is most likely that you have not renewed your dues for 2024. If you or your firm need to pay for dues in 2024 for some reason, please reach out to Stephen so he can flag that in your account. Otherwise, you will not be in this directory, as your membership is expired in the system until that invoice is paid. Again, this directory is digital only, and will be updated once Short Session begins. So if you do somehow miss this, worry not.


Please remember that members are responsible for updating their own individual accounts. Please do not send address, client, name, or any other changes to Stephen. You can log in to your account at any time and make changes. If you have any trouble logging in, please email Stephen. He can reset your password. Changes to your account are immediately reflected in the online directory that is searchable on our website. Legislators and LAs are encouraged to use this option, as it is guaranteed to be the most accurate.


Please review the Winter Directory draft below. This will be a digital directory, not printed. Information split across two pages will be fixed, and sponsor information will be added at the beginning. Changes cannot be made in this document. For any changes (name, title, company, clients, picture, etc.), please makes those changes in your NCPLA member account, as all information is pulled from those profiles.

View the Draft


NCPLA was founded in 1998 to instill core values of integrity, honesty, and professionalism among the lobbyist community and pass along those values to the next generation of lobbyists. NCPLA Members agree to abide by the NCPLA Code of Conduct

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