Lauderhill, FL – Denise D. Grant, Commissioner of The City of Lauderhill, has been appointed to the National League of Cities (NLC) 2023 Human Development Federal Advocacy Committee. Commissioner Denise D. Grant was elected to a one-year term and will provide strategic direction and guidance for NLC’s federal advocacy agenda and policy priorities on issues involving social services, children and learning, poverty and income support, employment and workforce development, equal opportunity, education, Social Security and seniors, individuals with disabilities, public health care, mental health parity, and immigration reform. The appointment was announced by NLC President Mayor Victoria Woodards of Tacoma, Washington.
“ As a Commissioner for the City of Lauderhill, it is an honor to advocate for our residents in this capacity. I am committed to support policies that will improve the lives of all of our residents. I look forward to positive changes for our community.,” exclaims Commissioner Denise D. Grant.
As a member of NLC’s Human Development committee, Commissioner Denise D. Grant will play a key role in shaping NLC’s policy positions and advocate on behalf of America’s cities, towns, and villages before Congress, with the administration, and at home.
“NLC’s federal advocacy committees are a key tool for gathering insights directly from the communities that our members serve,” said NLC President Mayor Victoria Woodards of Tacoma, Washington. “I am excited to have Commissioner Denise D. Grant serve on the Human Development committee and look forward to working with her to ensure every city, town, and village in this nation has the resources they need to thrive.”
The leadership of this year’s committee will consist of Chair Steve Williams, Mayor of Huntington, WV; Vice Chair Adriana Rocha Garcia, Councilmember, San Antonio, TX; and Vice Chair Doreen Garlid, Councilmember, Tempe, AZ.
For more information on NLC’s federal advocacy committees, visit https://www.nlc.org/advocacy/federal-advocacy-committees/.