We are currently accepting nominations for the next class of CPLI. Please send the nominee’s name, email and phone number to CPLI.Georgia@gmail.com or complete the nomination form online at www.cpli.info/applications no later than Friday, May 15. CPLI is a nonpartisan initiative designed to prepare Georgia leaders in conservative principles. The program objective is to contribute […]
Nancy Jester, graduate of the CPLI Class of 2014, won yesterday’s runoff election to represent represent more than 140,000 people in Brookhaven, Chamblee, Doraville, Dunwoody, Tucker and surrounding areas on the DeKalb County commission. For full details, please visit this article on AJC.com.
The Conservative Policy Leadership Institute (CPLI) is pleased to announce the members of its class of 2015. Seventeen candidates were selected based on their professional credentials, references and application submissions. This year’s participants reside in communities across Georgia. The 2015 CPLI class membership includes: Brandon Beach, North Fulton Chamber of Commerce and Georgia State Senate […]
Conservative Policy Leadership Institute Announces 2014 Class Participants hail from business, government, and law enforcement ATLANTA, October 9, 2013 – The Conservative Policy Leadership Institute (CPLI) is pleased to announce the members of its class of 2014. Thirteen candidates were selected based on their professional credentials, references and application submissions. This year’s participants reside […]
Linda Parker is a National Support Team member for the Tea Party Patriots. Parker remains active in the Cherokee Child Advocacy Council, having previously served as its chairman, building support groups, organizing the advisory council, the speaker’s bureau and fundraising for the Anna Crawford Children Center to provide forensic interviews for abused children. She serves […]
BY ANDRIA SIMMONS – THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION When State Court caseloads grow, the courts clamor for more judges and staffers to handle them. But what happens when caseloads shrink? Nothing, according to an investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Across Georgia, the 70 counties that have instituted and funded their own State Courts have seen civil caseloads fall by an average […]
The Conservative Policy Leadership Institute (CPLI) is pleased to welcome three new members Jerry W. Cooper, County Manager for Cherokee County; Shane Hix, Director of Public Affairs for the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA); and Brian Johnson, Deputy Director for the Georgia Senate Research Office. “It is an honor to have these three highly credentialed […]