This is WACA’s premier, VIP membership category for individuals who directly support our mission to educate Americans on global issues.
The 1918 Society takes its name from the founding date of the first Council, the Foreign Policy Association, which opened during the aftermath of World War I. The group takes its inspiration from its original incorporators, including, John Foster Dulles, the U.S. legal counsel to the Versailles Peace Conference and Secretary of State for President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt.
VIP events, receptions, dinners, briefings and tours.
Acknowledgement of your individual sponsorship and support of WACA on the website and in materials distributed to our national network throughout the year.
Priority seating at the WACA National Conference meal events and entrée to the hospitality suite and guest speaker green room.
WACA Programs, Resources and Publications
Trips curated for seasoned travelers and foreign policy enthusiasts.
Eligible to apply for WACA Leadership Missions - citizen diplomacy programs designed to connect civic and business leaders from the council network with high-level officials in foreign countries via study tours abroad.
Eligible to attend 1918 Society-only trips. (Past trips included Centro Fox in Guanajuarto City, Mexico, and the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in New York.)
Click here to join the 1918 Society.