About the Program
Join us for ARM’s annual Legislative Fly-In, being held virtually May 19, 2021. This program brings together hundreds of ARM members to influence policy and advocate for continued legislation that supports the development of cell and gene therapies.
Rather than taking our members to Capitol Hill, this year ARM will bring access to Congressional offices straight to you! Each participant will be assigned to a group based on your home/work state and district. Keep your calendar open on May 19 to take part in a full day of calls and/or virtual meetings with key Congressional offices. These meetings not only give you the chance to learn about policies influencing your business, but also provide a forum to emphasize the immense near-term potential of advanced therapies and the need for legislation that supports the sector
Monday, May 17, 2021 | TBD
In conjunction with the Legislative Fly-In, ARM will be hosting a live webinar – available only to Fly-In participants – that will focus on key federal policies impacting the cell and gene sector. Stay tuned for more details on the featured speakers to be announced soon.
Legislative Issues Briefing Webinar
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 | 3pm – 4pm ET (option 1)
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 | 8am – 9am ET (option 2)
This live webinar will cover talking points, legislative asks, and event logistics. We will also leave time for Q&A in order to provide attendees with in-depth knowledge related to the policy agenda and how to effectively communicate with members of Congress and their staff. *Attendees of the Fly-In only need to attend one of these Briefings as the same information will be covered both times*
Virtual Legislative Fly-In
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 | 9am – 4pm ET
While attendees likely won’t be booked for the full six hours, participants must leave their calendars open during this time as meetings will be scheduled throughout the day based on Congressional office availability. Each participant will receive a personalized meeting schedule including detailed information on how each meeting will be conducted. Meetings will take place using the format preferred by each Congressional office.