Each year, FPA members head to Washington, D.C., to educate members of Congress about our profession, advocate for vital policy issues and protect the future of financial planning.


Important Announcement About the 7th Annual FPA DC Advocacy Day

These are extraordinary times and the challenges posed by COVID-19 are forcing everyone to adjust to the new normal where how things have been done in the past is simply not possible now. While we hope things return to a sense of normalcy in the coming months, we are looking at all upcoming planned events to assess how we will be impacted. We have received unfortunate news from our Advocacy Day host hotel (Liaison Washington Capitol Hill Hotel) that they, along with dozens of other hotels in the city, have closed their doors temporarily until this Fall. Unfortunately, this news coupled with the continued guidance from the CDC, WHO and federal government means FPA D.C. Advocacy Day is cancelled.

We are sorry to share this news with you, but FPA's first priority is the health, safety and well-being of our members and everyone involved with our events. Despite the disappointment and impact we know you will feel, please know this decision was not made lightly. If you have any questions, please contact Josephine Colacci at JColacci@OneFPA.org or Ben Lewis at BLewis@OneFPA.org. ​A communication will be sent directly to those individuals who already registered to attend.​


See What FPA Members Had to Say About FPA Advocacy Day!



"Amazing event! What an incredible opportunity to participate directly in the legislative process. I appreciate all of the hard work that went into planning the day's events. And, I am so happy to see this event gain traction and the attendance increase each year. One of my favorite FPA activities EVER!"

Michael Shockley, CFP® Texas


"Very powerful event, in terms of advancing the profession over the long run."

Dr. Ron Rhoades, CFP® Kentucky​


"I'm pro​ud of how well received FPA is: we are music to our Members of Congress' ears as opposed to what they are used to. These four years have elevated our reputation and sincere gratitude for those who work so hard to make things happen seamlessly." 

Cathy Seeber, CFP® Delaware


"It is a great opportunity to speak with our representatives. Everyone should try to attend at least once."

Ilene Schwartz, Pennsylvania


"I thought the day was very well organized and exceptionally effective in reaching out to and providing education to our members of Congress, as well as building relationships and positioning FPA as a resource." 

Molly Balunek, CFP® Ohio​​​​


Contact Us

If you have any questions about FPA Advocacy Days, please reach out to Josephine M. Colacci, Esq., Public Policy Counsel.