NGA Meetings

NGA’s Membership team holds multiple meetings and events each year designed to support Governors’ offices and their staff members. The meetings provide a robust networking forum and offer educational opportunities, including timely, technical assistance geared to assist Governors, First Spouses and Governors’ staff members in their work serving their states and territories. 

NGA’s flagship events, Winter and Summer meetings, convene Governors to discuss the crucial issues states and territories face, ​including the state-federal partnership, in a series of open plenary sessions and task force meetings, as well as closed-door meetings for Governors only. Contact membership@nga.org to learn more about these meeting opportunities.

Similarly, NGA’s Center for Best Practice routinely hosts meetings around the country to bring together policy experts from the private and public sectors to discuss today’s most pressing public policy challenges and to share innovative solutions and best practices states and territories can harness to meet these challenges. Contact center@nga.org to learn more about policy specific meetings.


NGA Center Meeting/Webinar Resources

Comprehensive Energy Planning 101

Comprehensive Energy Planning 101

The National Governors Association (NGA) and the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) are conducting a series of webinars ...
Plans of Safe Care: Bridging the Gap for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorder

Plans of Safe Care: Bridging the Gap for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorder

On April 23, 2024, the National Governors Association Children and Families team hosted the monthly Human Services Policy Advisors Institute ...
NGA Convenes Six States to Explore Best Practices to Advance Disability Inclusive Workforce Policy

NGA Convenes Six States to Explore Best Practices to Advance Disability Inclusive Workforce Policy

As Governors work to confront an extremely tight labor market, efforts to reduce barriers to workforce participation and success are ...
State Considerations for the 42 CFR Part 8 Rule

State Considerations for the 42 CFR Part 8 Rule

On Thursday, April 18, 2024, the National Governors Association (NGA) health team hosted individuals representing 20 states at a virtual ...
State and Local Electric Vehicle Workforce Collaborative Kickoff Convening

State and Local Electric Vehicle Workforce Collaborative Kickoff Convening

April 2024 - National Taskforce Meeting & Collaborative Kickoff Convening Historic federal investments in infrastructure spell major economic opportunity for ...
Tax Credits to Drive Family Wellbeing

Tax Credits to Drive Family Wellbeing

On March 27th, 2024, the NGA Children and Families team hosted a call through the Human Services Policy Advisors Institute ...

NGA Summer/Winter Meetings Archives

NGA 2024 Winter Meeting

NGA 2024 Winter Meeting

The National Governors Association hosted the nation’s Governors, federal officials and leaders from business, academia and philanthropy in Washington DC, ...
NGA 2023 Annual Meeting

NGA 2023 Annual Meeting

The National Governors Association’s 2023 Annual Meeting was held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, from July 12th – July 14th ...
NGA 2023 Winter Meeting

NGA 2023 Winter Meeting

At NGA’s 115th Winter Meeting, held February 9-11, 2023 in Washington, D.C., Governors were joined by federal officials and leaders ...
NGA 2022 Summer Meeting

NGA 2022 Summer Meeting

The National Governors Association's 2022 Annual Summer Meeting was held was July 13-15, 2022, in Portland, Maine. Governors met to ...
NGA 2022 Winter Meeting

NGA 2022 Winter Meeting

The National Governors Association's 114th annual Winter Meeting was January 28-31, 2022 in Washington, D.C. Governors met to discuss best ...
NGA 2021 Summer Meeting

NGA 2021 Summer Meeting

On July 8, 2021 NGA held its Summer Meeting, in a virtual format, here are videos from the sessions. Meeting ...
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NGA connects Governors in meetings that focus on some of the most pressing issues facing our nation and what lies ahead for states in areas such as education, health care, energy and workforce. Are you ready to be a part of bipartisan problem-solving? Contact Brian Arscott to learn more.