World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth

World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth The World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to increasing international awareness, understanding and connections through its multifaceted programs.
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The World Affairs brings international awareness and cross-cultural understanding to our community. The Council takes global education into our schools and hosts delegations and emerging leaders from around the World. The Council also presents thought-provoking speakers that give you access to top foreign policy experts, business executives, dignitaries and world leaders such as Thomas Friedman, B

The World Affairs brings international awareness and cross-cultural understanding to our community. The Council takes global education into our schools and hosts delegations and emerging leaders from around the World. The Council also presents thought-provoking speakers that give you access to top foreign policy experts, business executives, dignitaries and world leaders such as Thomas Friedman, B

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TOMORROW: Paula Caldwell St-Onge, former Canadian Ambassador to Haiti, puts into perspective Haiti’s state of affairs fo...
07/18/2021

TOMORROW: Paula Caldwell St-Onge, former Canadian Ambassador to Haiti, puts into perspective Haiti’s state of affairs following the assasination of President Jovenel Moise. Register for this topical event at dfwworld.org/events.

TOMORROW: Paula Caldwell St-Onge, former Canadian Ambassador to Haiti, puts into perspective Haiti’s state of affairs following the assasination of President Jovenel Moise. Register for this topical event at dfwworld.org/events.

The Council is excited to add another event to our July calendar! On July 29, hear from Her Excellency Emily Haber, Amba...
07/18/2021

The Council is excited to add another event to our July calendar! On July 29, hear from Her Excellency Emily Haber, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to the United States. She will discuss the future of the German-American relationship as her country faces a critical election year. Register at dfwworld.org/events.

The Council is excited to add another event to our July calendar! On July 29, hear from Her Excellency Emily Haber, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to the United States. She will discuss the future of the German-American relationship as her country faces a critical election year. Register at dfwworld.org/events.

Our Global Forum members are invited to an exclusive wine tasting event at HALL Arts Hotel on September 8. Get an early ...
07/17/2021

Our Global Forum members are invited to an exclusive wine tasting event at HALL Arts Hotel on September 8. Get an early taste of the wines that will be served at this year's Mallon Award Dinner on October 29. This special event only has room for 32 guests, so register today at dfwworld.org/events!

Our Global Forum members are invited to an exclusive wine tasting event at HALL Arts Hotel on September 8. Get an early taste of the wines that will be served at this year's Mallon Award Dinner on October 29. This special event only has room for 32 guests, so register today at dfwworld.org/events!

On July 21, Jeffrey Garten and Richard Fisher explore the repercussions of ending the direct convertibility of the dolla...
07/17/2021

On July 21, Jeffrey Garten and Richard Fisher explore the repercussions of ending the direct convertibility of the dollar to gold. Discover how this decision led to floating exchange rates, financial engineering, intense globalization, and cryptocurrencies. Don’t miss out on this fascinating event! Register at dfwworld.org/events.

On July 21, Jeffrey Garten and Richard Fisher explore the repercussions of ending the direct convertibility of the dollar to gold. Discover how this decision led to floating exchange rates, financial engineering, intense globalization, and cryptocurrencies. Don’t miss out on this fascinating event! Register at dfwworld.org/events.

Next week: Paula Caldwell St-Onge provides insight into Haiti's current state of affairs in the wake of the assassinatio...
07/16/2021

Next week: Paula Caldwell St-Onge provides insight into Haiti's current state of affairs in the wake of the assassination of President Jovenel Moise. Jeffrey Garten describes the damaging effects of the Nixon administration’s decision to break the link between gold and the dollar. Register at dfwworld.org/events!

Next week: Paula Caldwell St-Onge provides insight into Haiti's current state of affairs in the wake of the assassination of President Jovenel Moise. Jeffrey Garten describes the damaging effects of the Nixon administration’s decision to break the link between gold and the dollar. Register at dfwworld.org/events!

UPDATE: The July 20 virtual webinar event featuring Ben Rhodes has been rescheduled. The Council is thrilled to instead ...
07/16/2021

UPDATE: The July 20 virtual webinar event featuring Ben Rhodes has been rescheduled. The Council is thrilled to instead offer an in-person event with Ben Rhodes on September 16! All webinar registrants will need to re-register in order to attend the in-person event. Visit dfwworld.org/events to sign up!

UPDATE: The July 20 virtual webinar event featuring Ben Rhodes has been rescheduled. The Council is thrilled to instead offer an in-person event with Ben Rhodes on September 16! All webinar registrants will need to re-register in order to attend the in-person event. Visit dfwworld.org/events to sign up!

This Monday, join Paula Caldwell St-Onge, former Canadian Ambassador to Haiti, and President Emeritus Jim Falk as they p...
07/16/2021

This Monday, join Paula Caldwell St-Onge, former Canadian Ambassador to Haiti, and President Emeritus Jim Falk as they provide context to the current state of affairs in Haiti in the wake of the assassination of President Jovenel Moise on July 7, 2021. Register for this breaking-news program at dfwworld.org/events.

This Monday, join Paula Caldwell St-Onge, former Canadian Ambassador to Haiti, and President Emeritus Jim Falk as they provide context to the current state of affairs in Haiti in the wake of the assassination of President Jovenel Moise on July 7, 2021. Register for this breaking-news program at dfwworld.org/events.

Our Marketing intern Sarah is a student at Texas Christian University, where she is majoring in Sociology and minoring i...
07/16/2021

Our Marketing intern Sarah is a student at Texas Christian University, where she is majoring in Sociology and minoring in Political Science, Journalism, and Social Work. At TCU, she serves as Vice President of Finance for Dance Marathon and Communications Director for the Honors Cabinet. After graduating, she hopes to obtain a Master’s degree and work in political communications.
Fall 2021 internship applications are due July 23: Apply at dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply!

Our Marketing intern Sarah is a student at Texas Christian University, where she is majoring in Sociology and minoring in Political Science, Journalism, and Social Work. At TCU, she serves as Vice President of Finance for Dance Marathon and Communications Director for the Honors Cabinet. After graduating, she hopes to obtain a Master’s degree and work in political communications.
Fall 2021 internship applications are due July 23: Apply at dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply!

You may recognize our Education intern Miya: She’s also one of our 20 Under 20 honorees! She is a recent graduate of Tri...
07/15/2021

You may recognize our Education intern Miya: She’s also one of our 20 Under 20 honorees! She is a recent graduate of Trinity High School, where she was valedictorian and JWAC President. This fall, she will begin studying Neuroscience at the University of Texas at Austin. She plans to become an OB/GYN and work abroad to collaboratively alleviate global maternal mortality. Miya is also an education advocate and tutors elementary students who are at least 6 months behind in their reading level.
Fall 2021 internship applications are due July 23: Apply at dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply!

You may recognize our Education intern Miya: She’s also one of our 20 Under 20 honorees! She is a recent graduate of Trinity High School, where she was valedictorian and JWAC President. This fall, she will begin studying Neuroscience at the University of Texas at Austin. She plans to become an OB/GYN and work abroad to collaboratively alleviate global maternal mortality. Miya is also an education advocate and tutors elementary students who are at least 6 months behind in their reading level.
Fall 2021 internship applications are due July 23: Apply at dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply!

Tomorrow evening, hear from Rachel Vogelstein and Meighan Stone as they present a global perspective of the #MeToo movem...
07/14/2021

Tomorrow evening, hear from Rachel Vogelstein and Meighan Stone as they present a global perspective of the #MeToo movement. Hear how one hashtag led to an international cultural reckoning. Register at dfwworld.org/events.
This event is hosted in partnership with the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and in cooperation with the SMU Women & LGBT Center, League of Women Voters of Dallas, and DARCC & Prevention.

Tomorrow evening, hear from Rachel Vogelstein and Meighan Stone as they present a global perspective of the #MeToo movement. Hear how one hashtag led to an international cultural reckoning. Register at dfwworld.org/events.
This event is hosted in partnership with the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and in cooperation with the SMU Women & LGBT Center, League of Women Voters of Dallas, and DARCC & Prevention.

Protocol intern Juliana is a rising senior at The Hockaday School in Dallas, where she serves as head delegate for Model...
07/14/2021

Protocol intern Juliana is a rising senior at The Hockaday School in Dallas, where she serves as head delegate for Model UN, Asian Student Association President, and a varsity volleyball player. Juliana runs Qun, an informational website and newsletter service dedicated to the Asian American Community and is completing a Girl Scout Gold Award Project. Juliana is passionate about foreign languages, community service, and social justice.
Fall 2021 internship applications are due July 23: Apply at dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply!

Protocol intern Juliana is a rising senior at The Hockaday School in Dallas, where she serves as head delegate for Model UN, Asian Student Association President, and a varsity volleyball player. Juliana runs Qun, an informational website and newsletter service dedicated to the Asian American Community and is completing a Girl Scout Gold Award Project. Juliana is passionate about foreign languages, community service, and social justice.
Fall 2021 internship applications are due July 23: Apply at dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply!

Awakening: #MeToo and the Global Fight for Women’s Rights is out today! The Council is excited to hear from Meighan Ston...
07/13/2021

Awakening: #MeToo and the Global Fight for Women’s Rights is out today!
The Council is excited to hear from Meighan Stone and Rachel Vogelstein this Thursday as they share insights from their new book. This groundbreaking account of the global #MeToo movement has garnered praise from Malala Yousafzai, Hillary Clinton, and Soraya Chemaly. Don’t just take their word for it- visit our partner Interabang Books in-person or online and purchase the book for yourself! https://www.interabangbooks.com/book/9781541758629

Awakening: #MeToo and the Global Fight for Women’s Rights is out today!
The Council is excited to hear from Meighan Stone and Rachel Vogelstein this Thursday as they share insights from their new book. This groundbreaking account of the global #MeToo movement has garnered praise from Malala Yousafzai, Hillary Clinton, and Soraya Chemaly. Don’t just take their word for it- visit our partner Interabang Books in-person or online and purchase the book for yourself! https://www.interabangbooks.com/book/9781541758629

We are excited to welcome Council members back to in-person events with a kickoff party on September 9 featuring a speci...
07/13/2021

We are excited to welcome Council members back to in-person events with a kickoff party on September 9 featuring a special performance by Zac Harmon! Not only is he an accomplished musician, he also serves as the Council’s Chief Financial Officer. This is a night you won’t want to miss! Visit dfwworld.org/events to register, and dfwworld.org/membership/individual for information on how to become a member.

We are excited to welcome Council members back to in-person events with a kickoff party on September 9 featuring a special performance by Zac Harmon! Not only is he an accomplished musician, he also serves as the Council’s Chief Financial Officer. This is a night you won’t want to miss! Visit dfwworld.org/events to register, and dfwworld.org/membership/individual for information on how to become a member.

Meet our Programs intern, Dylan! He holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Texas-Arlington and is currently pu...
07/13/2021

Meet our Programs intern, Dylan! He holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Texas-Arlington and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Global Affairs at the University of Oklahoma. In 2022, he will be studying abroad in Ireland to examine Brexit’s impact on British-Irish relations. He studies both French and Arabic and has been employed with the U.S. Department of Justice since 2011.
Fall 2021 internship applications are due July 23: Apply at dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply!

Meet our Programs intern, Dylan! He holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Texas-Arlington and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Global Affairs at the University of Oklahoma. In 2022, he will be studying abroad in Ireland to examine Brexit’s impact on British-Irish relations. He studies both French and Arabic and has been employed with the U.S. Department of Justice since 2011.
Fall 2021 internship applications are due July 23: Apply at dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply!

This Thursday, join Meighan Stone and Rachel Vogelstein, along with moderator Michelle A. Thomas, as they share a revolu...
07/12/2021

This Thursday, join Meighan Stone and Rachel Vogelstein, along with moderator Michelle A. Thomas, as they share a revolutionary account of the #MeToo movement’s global impact. With inspiring stories from women from seven countries, they will capture the scope of the movement that is fundamentally shifting how women organize for their own equality. Register at https://www.dfwworld.org/events?cgid=1&ceid=267520&cerid=0&cdt=7%2f15%2f2021.

This Thursday, join Meighan Stone and Rachel Vogelstein, along with moderator Michelle A. Thomas, as they share a revolutionary account of the #MeToo movement’s global impact. With inspiring stories from women from seven countries, they will capture the scope of the movement that is fundamentally shifting how women organize for their own equality. Register at https://www.dfwworld.org/events?cgid=1&ceid=267520&cerid=0&cdt=7%2f15%2f2021.

Over the next two weeks, we are excited to introduce our Summer 2021 interns, beginning with Membership intern Sinclair!...
07/12/2021

Over the next two weeks, we are excited to introduce our Summer 2021 interns, beginning with Membership intern Sinclair! She will be graduating from the University of North Texas in December with a Bachelor’s in International Studies and a minor in Spanish. At UNT, she serves as the Vice President of Membership for Kappa Delta Sorority. Sinclair aspires to travel to Latin America or Spain to perfect her Spanish skills, and her dream job is to work on a cruise ship to meet people from all over the world.
Fall 2021 internship applications are due July 23: Apply at dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply!

Over the next two weeks, we are excited to introduce our Summer 2021 interns, beginning with Membership intern Sinclair! She will be graduating from the University of North Texas in December with a Bachelor’s in International Studies and a minor in Spanish. At UNT, she serves as the Vice President of Membership for Kappa Delta Sorority. Sinclair aspires to travel to Latin America or Spain to perfect her Spanish skills, and her dream job is to work on a cruise ship to meet people from all over the world.
Fall 2021 internship applications are due July 23: Apply at dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply!

In 1971, the Nixon administration severed the link between the U.S. dollar and gold. This decision sent shockwaves throu...
07/12/2021

In 1971, the Nixon administration severed the link between the U.S. dollar and gold. This decision sent shockwaves throughout the world economy and upended America’s most important alliances. Join Jeffrey Garten and Richard Fisher on July 21 as they analyze the consequences of this decision and the current challenges to the dollar. Register at dfwworld.org/events.

In 1971, the Nixon administration severed the link between the U.S. dollar and gold. This decision sent shockwaves throughout the world economy and upended America’s most important alliances. Join Jeffrey Garten and Richard Fisher on July 21 as they analyze the consequences of this decision and the current challenges to the dollar. Register at dfwworld.org/events.

Fall 2021 internship applications are open! Our interns gain real-world experience in an international setting while con...
07/11/2021

Fall 2021 internship applications are open! Our interns gain real-world experience in an international setting while contributing to the Council’s mission. The deadline to apply is July 23. Visit dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply for more information.

Fall 2021 internship applications are open! Our interns gain real-world experience in an international setting while contributing to the Council’s mission. The deadline to apply is July 23. Visit dfwworld.org/global-young-leaders/Internships/Apply for more information.

On August 3, Global Forum members are invited to participate in a virtual wine tasting and cultural lesson led by the ex...
07/11/2021

On August 3, Global Forum members are invited to participate in a virtual wine tasting and cultural lesson led by the experts at Eataly Dallas. Sample hand-selected wines, cheeses, and bread from the comfort of your own home!
Dallas County residents can have the materials for the tasting delivered to their home, and all other registrants can pick up their tasting kit from Eataly.
Space is limited to 30 households, so register today at dfwworld.org/events!

On August 3, Global Forum members are invited to participate in a virtual wine tasting and cultural lesson led by the experts at Eataly Dallas. Sample hand-selected wines, cheeses, and bread from the comfort of your own home!
Dallas County residents can have the materials for the tasting delivered to their home, and all other registrants can pick up their tasting kit from Eataly.
Space is limited to 30 households, so register today at dfwworld.org/events!

On July 20, Obama speechwriter and former deputy national security advisor Ben Rhodes provides a global view of the Unit...
07/10/2021

On July 20, Obama speechwriter and former deputy national security advisor Ben Rhodes provides a global view of the United States’ role in the world. He’ll share the lessons he learned from, among others, Cuban rebels, a Russian opposition leader, and Hong Kong protestors. Register at dfwworld.org/events.

On July 20, Obama speechwriter and former deputy national security advisor Ben Rhodes provides a global view of the United States’ role in the world. He’ll share the lessons he learned from, among others, Cuban rebels, a Russian opposition leader, and Hong Kong protestors. Register at dfwworld.org/events.

#20Under20Spotlight - Annabella Ritter-PleitezCheck out what Annabella had to say about how JWAC has broadened her horiz...
07/10/2021

#20Under20Spotlight - Annabella Ritter-Pleitez
Check out what Annabella had to say about how JWAC has broadened her horizons!
Annabella is a recent graduate of the Ursuline Academy of Dallas, where she was an active member of JWAC, the Global Advisory Board, and theater productions. She also served as the Creative Writing Club President and an Ursuline Ambassador. Outside of school, she attended the Martin Luther King Summit and the United to Lead Fellowship Program and volunteered for Beto O’Rourke’s 2018 Senate campaign. She will be continuing her studies at Loyola University Maryland.

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The World Affairs Council of Dallas Fort Worh brings an incredible line up of world renowned speakers, diplomats, leaders and subject matter experts to our community. The WAC programs include diverse topics covering all sides of the political spectrum and sheds light on important foreign policy issues. My son, who is now entering 8th grade, and I attend events together, enabling us to spend quality time together and share our perspective on the many issues impacting our community and the world around us. Thank you WAC staff for putting in all of the time and energy to plan these outstanding programs.
1026 meals made for Sharing Life! We had a group of international visitors with the World Affairs Council join us this morning. I love meeting new people at these events! Thanks so much for coming out and supporting our event!
Thoroughly enjoyed hosting the Armenian visitors on Sunday night! I think we all learned s lot from each other. Thanks to all that attended.
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Incredible evening with the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative - Pitch Competition #YLAI #YLAI2017 so many creative entrepreneurs / so many great business ideas
I would like to join this group when I get moved to the North Texas Area. I have been a member in the past in the Hilton Head, SC area.