Clark Hunt at Chiefs Parade

Announcing the 2024 H. Neil Mallon Award Honoree:

CLARK HUNT, Chairman and CEO of the Kansas City Chiefs and FC Dallas

The World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2024 H. Neil Mallon Award is Clark Hunt, a leading voice in the world of international sports.

The prestigious Mallon Award is named after the Council’s founder and is presented annually to individuals who have excelled in promoting the international profile of North Texas.

 

Upcoming events

Mon

Apr

22

President’s Circle Dinner with Oliver Barbier-Mueller and Alexis Barbier-Mueller

Featuring Co-Presidents of Harwood International Oliver Barbier-Mueller and Alexis Barbier-Mueller

New Cold Wars

Tue

Apr

23

NEW COLD WARS: China’s Rise, Russia’s Invasion, and America’s Struggle to Defend the West

Featuring New York Times White House Correspondent David Sanger

No Labels

Wed

Apr

24

Beyond Partisanship: A New Perspective with No Labels

Featuring former City of Dallas Mayors Tom Leppert and Mike Rawlings

Karl Rove Action Shot

Thu

Apr

25

2024 Sumners Civics Lecture: Navigating the Political Climate with Karl Rove

featuring former Deputy Chief of Staff for the George W. Bush administration Karl Rove, and moderated by Council...

Nuclear Explosion

Thu

May

02

Countdown with Sarah Scoles | The Blinding Future of Nuclear Weapons

With Author Sarah Scoles. Moderated by Council President Emeritus Jim Falk.

Mon

Apr

22

President’s Circle Dinner with Oliver Barbier-Mueller and Alexis Barbier-Mueller

Featuring Co-Presidents of Harwood International Oliver Barbier-Mueller and Alexis Barbier-Mueller

New Cold Wars

Tue

Apr

23

NEW COLD WARS: China’s Rise, Russia’s Invasion, and America’s Struggle to Defend the West

Featuring New York Times White House Correspondent David Sanger

No Labels

Wed

Apr

24

Beyond Partisanship: A New Perspective with No Labels

Featuring former City of Dallas Mayors Tom Leppert and Mike Rawlings

Karl Rove Action Shot

Thu

Apr

25

2024 Sumners Civics Lecture: Navigating the Political Climate with Karl Rove

featuring former Deputy Chief of Staff for the George W. Bush administration Karl Rove, and moderated by Council President & CEO Liz Brailsford

Nuclear Explosion

Thu

May

02

Countdown with Sarah Scoles | The Blinding Future of Nuclear Weapons

With Author Sarah Scoles. Moderated by Council President Emeritus Jim Falk.

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2024 International Perspectives Series

ONE TICKET – FOUR EVENTS

In its 23rd season, the Council and American Jewish Committee of Dallas present the International Perspectives Series on U.S. Foreign Policy. This year’s series will feature topics including cybersecurity, U.S. alliances, U.S. foreign policy priorities in the upcoming election, and the Indo-Pacific region. Click the link to learn more about these events or to purchase a discounted series ticket!

 

International Educator of the Year Luncheon

General Membership ($100)

In addition to discounted pricing to Council speaker programs, members have access to exclusive members-only events and the remarkable Council network.

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Contributor’s circle ($250/$500)

The Contributors’ Circle is a group of philanthropic global thinkers who are committed to lifelong learning and engagement with the world.

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Guests at the Global Forum Dinner.

Global Forum ($1K/$2.5K)

The Global Forum offers special opportunities to engage with high-level speakers and Council members through exclusive events, briefings and trips.

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President’s Circle ($5K)

At this top level of membership, the President’s Circle supports critical areas of the Council’s mission, including expanding investment in area schools, covering costs for student attendance at speaker events, diplomatic outreach, and much more.

learn more about President’s Circle
Meridian Young Professionals

Meridian Young Professionals ($25-$5K)

(ages 20-40)

Members who are early in their career have access to dynamic and enlightening programming tailored specifically for them. Meridian members come from all industries and backgrounds but share a common interest in community and global engagement, foreign policy, culture, and current events.

learn more about Meridian Young Professionals
Students At A Table

Reduced Rate Memberships ($25)

Our Council programming provides a unique opportunity to learn from some of the foremost thinkers and leaders in the world and expand their global knowledge. Students, educators, and active military can enjoy access to these opportunities – as well as the full benefits of Council membership – for just $25/year.

learn more about these discounted membership rates opportunities!

Explore Memberships

International Educator of the Year Luncheon

General Membership ($100)

In addition to discounted pricing to Council speaker programs, members have access to exclusive members-only events and the remarkable Council network.

learn more about Annual Membership
Members laugh at an event.

Contributor’s circle ($250/$500)

The Contributors’ Circle is a group of philanthropic global thinkers who are committed to lifelong learning and engagement with the world.

learn more about Contributors’ Circle
Guests at the Global Forum Dinner.

Global Forum ($1K/$2.5K)

The Global Forum offers special opportunities to engage with high-level speakers and Council members through exclusive events, briefings and trips.

learn more about Global Forum
Members gather at an event.

President’s Circle ($5K)

At this top level of membership, the President’s Circle supports critical areas of the Council’s mission, including expanding investment in area schools, covering costs for student attendance at speaker events, diplomatic outreach, and much more.

learn more about President’s Circle
Meridian Young Professionals

Meridian Young Professionals ($25-$5K)

(ages 20-40)

Members who are early in their career have access to dynamic and enlightening programming tailored specifically for them. Meridian members come from all industries and backgrounds but share a common interest in community and global engagement, foreign policy, culture, and current events.

learn more about Meridian Young Professionals
Students At A Table

Reduced Rate Memberships ($25)

Our Council programming provides a unique opportunity to learn from some of the foremost thinkers and leaders in the world and expand their global knowledge. Students, educators, and active military can enjoy access to these opportunities – as well as the full benefits of Council membership – for just $25/year.

learn more about these discounted membership rates opportunities!

Highlights

Here at the Council, we are focused on making an impact in DFW: educating North Texans about global issues that matter, connecting local citizen diplomats with visiting emerging leaders, and inspiring civic engagement and life-long learning.

The numbers aren’t the full story, but they do help to communicate some of that measurable impact.

View FY2023 Annual Report

70

public programs

connecting North Texans with the world’s foremost leaders and experts on topics that matter

23

international
visitor groups

exploring ideas, sharing cultures, and building lasting relationships through professional and cultural exchanges

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participating
north texas schools

providing high-quality programming on international affairs and civic engagement to educators and students

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members

from generous corporate sponsors and business leaders to students, educators – all committed to global awareness