The Afflerbach Group is fundamentally a networking public policy advocacy organization that focuses upon service to non-profit professional organizations. Simultaneously with assisting our client partners to achieve their immediate goals, we share with them the use of effective methodologies and techniques by which to achieve their future goals. 
At The Afflerbach Group we take Lao Tsu's classic proverb to heart. It is our guide. We live it.

Roy Afflerbach, a former Pennsylvania State Senator, and Henry "Hank" Annoni a  former public school teacher and administrator, are the principal public policy advisors of TAG. They bring decades of  political, organizational, and educational advocacy experience to their client partners. Click on their photos for more individual information.
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At the Table and in the Community for Our Partners...
"If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish you feed him for a lifetime."
Lao Tsu
4th Century BCE
Home Training Sessions Reduced Hospital Readmissions by 39%
Researchers in Cleveland, OH found that an hour-long coaching session and three follow-up phone calls helped reduce hospital readmissions…
September 27-29, 2018
Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD
There's no sleeping when the "SNOOZEBALL" begins. At this Denver ADS center it "...has come to elicit a roomful of smiles, firing muscles and a constant chorus of chuckles". READ MORE

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What Others Say About TAG:

"Just wanted to give you the credit for my new love of advocacy and THANK YOU! I became a member of AIM- the Alzheimer’s Impact Movement [and am] likely going to Washington in June for the Advocacy Forum." 
                                            Tina Hess, President & CEO, Owner,
                                              Good News Consulting, Inc.

"Always appreciate your style, patience, strategic planning of next steps."
                - Terry Z. Fisher, VP of Strategic Business Development
                    ADS Data Systems
                    Board of Directors, NADSA
Listening to Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper discuss a variety of issues at the 8th Annual State Solutions Conference in WDC. Several governors at the bi-partisan conference shared the opinion that more issues will need to be resolved by the states because the federal government has become dysfunctional.
At a recent rally of advocates for the compassionate treatment of animals, Sen. Afflerbach discussed the direct relationship between animal abuse and violence against individuals with Congressional candidate Conor Lamb.