Vanderbilt’s Division of Government and Community Relations has published the sixth issue of its “ON THE HILL” government relations report.
“Advocacy work on behalf of Vanderbilt continues despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic,” said Vice Chancellor for Government and Community Relations Nathan Green. “It has changed the way we advocate, but our team has proven their ability to adapt and engage in a meaningful way while advancing and protecting the interests of the university.”
The primary goal of the report is to keep the Vanderbilt community informed about the work Vanderbilt’s government relations professionals do to advance the public policy priorities of the university at all levels of government.
The Division of Government and Community Relations serves as the institution-wide hub for public policy and community initiatives by developing unique relationships with and communicating to Vanderbilt’s vast array of external and internal constituencies. In addition, Government and Community Relations serves as an advocate, facilitator and funder of community organizations that align with the Vanderbilt mission.