OUR PROGRAMS Whether you’re interested in meeting leaders with inside knowledge of world events, participating in lively discussions, or just networking with a diverse group of professionals in a relaxed atmosphere, we've got something for you. Upcoming Events First Mondays Discussion Group 3/4/19 03/04/2019 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm McCarter & English Details "Russia in the Middle East: Is the United States Being Outplayed" 03/06/2019 7:00 am - 9:00 am Stamford Yacht Club Details "Bridging, Bonding and Social Media: Preserving Democracy in the (Dis)Information Age" 03/13/2019 5:45 pm - 7:30 pm Ferguson Library Details “After Brexit?” 05/08/2019 6:15 pm - 9:00 pm Stamford Yacht Club Details WORLDQUEST Annual Fundraiser Dinner & International Trivia Game Join us for an evening full of action and fun by creating or joining a team that can answer multiple choice questions on current global affairs. Broaden your horizons and meet people that care about global awareness. The evening includes an open bar, dinner, silent auction and raffle prizes. Register Now AMBASSADORS’ ROUNDTABLE With more pundits inundating the media each day, first-hand knowledge and face-to-face conversation are more valuable than ever. The Ambassadors’ Roundtable series connects members to high-level policymakers, CEOs, ambassadors, and think-tank experts. These breakfast and dinner events are held at the Stamford Yacht Club. FORUM SERIES Enjoy refreshments and networking and hear from speakers on important international issues. Held at the Ferguson Library in downtown Stamford, members engage with distinguished experts from a variety of international fields. FIRST MONDAYS On the first Monday of every month, a maximum of 20 members gathers for an informal discussion of a global issue. Join us to socialize and discuss the issues of the day while enjoying beer, wine, hot food, and a light dessert. Hosted by McCarter & English in downtown Stamford SPECIAL EVENTS We host various special events throughout the year, including WorldQuest, Global Economic Trends Lecture, our Congressional Foreign Policy Debate, the Marie Hurley Memorial Travel Lecture, and our Annual Meeting and Dinner.