THE 22nd ANNUAL WASHINGTON CONFERENCE
TUESDAY, MAY 12 - WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2020
THE HILTON ALEXANDRIA OLD TOWN, VIRGINIA
- Member Rate: $70
- Non-member Rate: $90
- Guest Tickets: $25 each
Guests will be able to attend any meal functions included in attendee ticket
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN. CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE REGISTRATION FORM.
- Registration open in the evening
- All day sessions
- Evening reception
** Schedule is subject to change
Hilton Alexandria Old Town
1767 King Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Book your room here
A special block of rooms has been secured for the AMCA Washington Conference attendees at The Hilton Alexandria Old Town Hotel, AMCA's official headquarter hotel for the conference.
AMCA is pleased to offer the following AMCA room block discounted hotel rates for our attendees: Single/Double occupancy: $249.00 per room, per night
Room rates are in USD($) and DOES NOT include the state and hotel tax of 14.5% (subject to change).
The housing deadline is April 18, 2020. Please note that your reservation may be modified or cancelled up to 72 hours prior to arrival. If you would like to extend your stay outside of May 10-13 please contact the hotel directly.
INFORMATIONAL CONFERENCE CALL
GEARING UP FOR WASHINGTON
If you'd like to participate at the 2020 Washington Conference but are apprehensive about meeting with congressional offices, the AMCA will be hosting a conference call to answer questions and prepare you for a meaningful visit to D.C.
CALL DATE WILL BE SCHEDULED SOON!
2020 MENTORING PROGRAM
If you have been participating in the conference for a few years and are willing to share your knowledge and experience, please consider volunteering to mentor to a new attendee.
As a mentor you will:
- Help set up Congressional appointments
- Participate in informational sessions on Tuesday, May 12
- Guide your mentee to the Hill
- Join your mentee for at least the first couple of Hill visits
New members requesting assistance and potential mentors — contact Angela Beehler via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509-967-2414 to be paired up today!
Topics of focus will be:
- Securing funding for mosquito control efforts, innovative tools and methods.
- The importance of public health mosquito and vector control
- Improving vector control capacity in the United States and territories
- Endangered species act considerations – new listings and how mosquito control programs help protect wildlife
CENTRAL LIFE SCIENCES FELLOWSHIP TRAVEL STIPENDS:
MORE DETAILS WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON!
THANK YOU TO THE 2020 WASHINGTON CONFERENCE SPONSORS
SPONSORSHIP IS STILL AVAILABLE! CONTACT MEETINGS@MOSQUITO.ORG FOR DETAILS!
21st ANNUAL WASHINGTON CONFERENCE
2019 POSITION PAPERS:
AMCA Legislative Issues
Endangered Species Act Considerations and Mosquito Control
Funding Comprehensive Vector Control
Funding for The Strengthening Mosquito Abatement Safety and Health Act (SMASH ACT)