The 2024 WIAAP Advocacy Day will be held on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 in Madison at the Best Western Premier Park Hotel, 22 South Carroll Street Madison, WI 53703

This year’s WIAAP Pediatric Advocacy Day’s focus is to push for a hearing for AB 114, a bipartisan supported bill that would extend postpartum Medicaid benefits from the current 60 days to a full 12 months.

Providing a full year of postpartum Medicaid coverage means … saving lives, improving infant health outcomes, reducing health care costs, and investing in the future of our state.

Daily Agenda

Tuesday, February 27 – 6:30pm – 8:00pm

Advocacy 101, Virtual Session – Dr. Dipesh Navsaria, WIAAP Policy Committee Chair

New to advocacy, or interested in a conference preview and Q&A? Join us the night before the meeting to participate. Note: A set of on-demand, virtual trainings will be made available in advance of this event. It is strongly recommended participants access those materials ahead of the virtual Advocacy 101 session.

Wednesday, February 28, 8:00am – 4:00pm

Vital learning and networking opportunities in the morning session to prepare you for impactful legislative visits in the afternoon!


  • Today’s Legislative Landscape
  • The Critical First Year: Postpartum Benefit Extension
  • The Legislative Process in Wisconsin: Who, What, Where, When, How
  • Issue briefs and talking points for legislators
  • Breakout sessions and role play

Legislative visits with Wisconsin legislators in person at the Capitol.

Social and debrief to share thoughts from the day’s activities and visits

We will make every effort to schedule appointments with legislative offices for attendees who register before February 14, 2024. Appointments for late registrations will be accommodated as available. If you have any questions at any time, please contact Genevieve Bien-Aime at

Refunds for cancelled reservations will be accepted for up to one week prior to the event. Refunds available via same method of payment. Registrant is responsible for EventBrite refund processing fees.