The national network of World Affairs Councils benefits from the support of individuals and companies committed to the success of our mission.
Our sincere gratitude to all our sponsors.
2016 National Conference Sponsors
2015 Academic World Quest Sponsors
Carlson & The Carlson Family Foundation
Carnegie Corporation of New York
The Coca-Cola Company
Delegation of the European Union to the United States
The Claremont Group
The Gambrinus Company
Johnson + Sterling
Mr. Michael Phillip
Rosetta Stone | Education
Tomassian, Throckmorton & Inouye LLP
Turkish Cultural Foundation
Individual Sponsors - 1918 Society (formerly the Chairman's Circle)
|Karen de Bartolomé
||Richard A. Crepage
||Sylvia V. Fields
||Susan E. Gates
|Nancy F. Hamlin
|Rex M. Holmlin
||Samuel P. Johnson
|Ross La Jeunesse
|A. Alex Lari
||Stephen Petras, Jr.
||Joan C. Russell
|Lynn Beck Simonini
||Donald C. Stamford
||Andrea Stanley Hester
|Donna L. Suddeth
||Jerry E. Wheat
Interested in sponsoring the 2016 WACA National Conference, then check out the Sponsorship Benefits list.
Become a sponsor by joining the 1918 Society, formerly known as (the Chairman's Circle), and comprised of individuals who wish to directly support the World Affairs Councils of America in its mission of educating Americans on global issues. 1918 Society members include leaders in business, government, academia, and the non-profit sector, including members of WACA's almost 100 Council network. More Information
WACA IRS Form 990
Specific information about WACA's finances is available on our Form 990, the information return that tax-exempt organizations file annually with the Internal Revenue Service. To view our most recent Form 990, click here. For information regarding our archived Form 990, please contact Lian Esehaki at email@example.com.