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03.07.2019

Summit 2019 Social Media Highlights

Our champions reached over 150 Congressional offices on Hill Day and took tons of great pictures to commemorate productive conversations with members and staffers. Here are a few posts highlighting member-level engagement on social media!

Congressman Pete King of New York’s 2nd district crafted a personal tweet to thank our New York-based champions for their advocacy efforts. He also gave a special shout-out to champion leader Melody Butler.

https://twitter.com/RepPeteKing/status/1100449860166275072

Senator Ted Cruz of Texas retweeted Shot@Life’s Thank you post to reaffirm his positive experience with our champions. We are grateful for his support of global childhood immunization programs and happy to see him enjoying his plush rotavirus gift!

https://twitter.com/ShotAtLife/status/1102956602657779712

Finally, Senator Reed of Rhode Island and Senator Wicker of Mississippi retweeted Shot@Life’s posts thanking them for their attendance at the United to End Polio reception. We are proud to have them as leaders in the global vaccine access movement!

https://twitter.com/ShotAtLife/status/1101518185730326533
https://twitter.com/ShotAtLife/status/1101516414010171393

Thanks to everyone who engaged with Shot@Life on social media during and after the summit. Digital advocacy is always an important follow-up to our direct actions!

  • Katie Blanton is the Communications Associate for the United Nations Foundation’s Shot@Life campaign. Prior to joining UNF, Katie worked as a field organizer on a Senate campaign in Houston, Texas. Katie has a Bachelor’s Degree in History and Science with a focus on Global Health and Health Policy from Harvard University. While in college, she...