Episode Guest: Lane Koch
About Our Guest: Lane Koch is a seasoned grassroots campaign strategist, writer, speaker, and the Vice President of C3 Public Strategies. She has led various successful state and national campaigns, including that of Missouri Senator Roy Blunt in 2010. Koch is passionate about mobilizing new voters and fostering female and minority engagement in the Republican Party.
About This Civic Moment
In a time of hyper-partisanship and the reconsideration of the narrative of the United States, what is the state of American democracy and the relationship between social solidarity and civic engagement? How can we reflect on the values that undergird our democracy and civic existence to envision a healthy and vibrant civic future?
This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.
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In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Lane Koch. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.