DIPLOMATIC EXECUTIVE FORUM
In cooperation with The U.S. Department of State, embassies, think tanks, foundations, publishing companies and government agencies, invited speakers address America’s critical global issues of our times.
The Executive Forum is an exclusive membership program which offers professionals and executives the opportunity to network, socialize and enjoy the unique opportunity to converse one-on-one with dignitaries including Heads of State, Generals, Ambassadors, and Cabinet-level officials. Forum members take part in high-level discussions on important international issues such as international intellectual property rights, foreign policy, the Trade Organization, United Nations reform and globalization.
These forums are accessible to Ambassadorial Roundtable members signed up at Consular level and above. The Forum is used as a prestige program, bringing along other associates or clients who participate in international business.
EMBASSY GLOBAL BUSINESS LUNCHEONS AND ROUNDTABLES
Designed specifically for the business community and co-hosted by local businesses, this series of luncheon speakers is held at local restaurants or Country Clubs and offers invaluable insight into international political, economic, business and financial trends —
Business luncheons and roundtables offer small businesses, as well as all members of the Ambassadorial Roundtable valuable insight on the constantly changing international business environment and idea sharing about conducting business overseas. This valuable networking opportunity enables members to interact with presenters who have firsthand experience in all areas of the world.
At times, the Ambassadorial Roundtable has access to experts on international topics which have not been included in our speaker series. These Signature Events assemble our international and national leaders drawn from the business, civic, and education communities, leading policymakers and national security experts who lead the discussions on international affairs and critical national security challenges in extended one to three day conferences.
The objective of academic programs is to educate, connect and engage high school and university students and their professors, in global affairs. Students critically analyze the challenges and opportunities of domestic and foreign policy and are exposed to key political and business decision makers.
The Ambassadorial Roundtable accepts a limited number of interns at its San Diego office each semester. Fall internship run from approximately September-December, Spring internships from January-May, and summer internships from May-August. Internships are unpaid; hours are flexible depending on students’ schedules and the needs of the office.