Hi See Changers! It’s time to RSVP for select sessions & build your daily agenda for See Change Sessions | March 2023!

Event Days
March 7: Adventure Day (Adventure Passholders Only)
March 8: Session Day 1 (All In Person + Online Passholders)
March 9: Session Day 2 (All In Person + Online Passholders)

Adventure and Session Passholders: Click below to sign up for sessions to get the creative juices flowing.
Online Passholders: Sched will be "view only" — you’ll access your sessions on hopin, check your email for an invite!

Please note that you must RSVP for any sessions with a 🎟️ in the title if you’d like to attend.

Still have questions about exactly what you get with your pass? We’ve got you covered: Check out our FAQs for lodging discounts, parking info and what to expect at See Change Sessions!

Happy scheduling!
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Ben Gubits

Protect Our Winters
Director of Advocacy and Campaigns

Ben serves as the Director of Campaigns and Advocacy at Protect Our Winters (POW), leading the organizations local, state, and federal legislative advocacy programs. In addition to policy campaigns, Ben also leads civic engagement and GOTV efforts for POW.  

Ben grew up exploring the red rocks of the Fountain formation and the Dakota Hogback of Jefferson County, Colorado. He spent his Colorado childhood on skis and snowboards on the mountains above the valleys where he and his family launched dry flies to rising trout. College studies took him to the San Juans of Durango, CO, where, when not registering classmates to vote or going on deep backcountry trips, snowboarding and fly fishing further inspired his love for our wild treasures and dedication to protecting them.    

Before joining POW, he served in the Massachusetts State Legislature and as field staff in statewide candidate campaigns. He then served as Co-founder and National Political Director for American Promise, a cross-partisan organization working to end the undue influence of big money and corporate power in our political system and overturn Citizens United vs. FEC. There, Ben became nationally recognized in his work for democracy reform, honing skills in public speaking, organizational development, campaign management, communications, public policy, and grassroots/grasstops engagement. 

Most recently, Ben served as Vice President at the Erikson Group, where he developed strategy for congressional campaigns and advocacy organizations. He currently serves on the Advisory Board of Rank the Vote, a national nonprofit dedicated to expanding Ranked Choice Voting. 

If you want to find Ben, he’s usually in the alpine zones or the waters of the Northeast with his wife, Amy, and two badass kiddos, Lailah and Judah. Advisory: He’s always delighted to share his favorite roots and rocksteady reggae playlists.