Become a stakeholder in bringing global awareness education to your community.
Your membership and support will open the door to programs that provide you insightful discussion of world affairs and the satisfaction of being part of a group of concerned citizens who want a better informed community.
Thank you for joining this effort and for your support!
Check Below For The Membership Level That’s Right For You
Listen to distinguished American Ambassador Thomas R. Pickering share his views on global literacy and the importance of World Affairs Councils.
Membership terms run one-year, day for day.
- What are the benefits of membership? Check here.
- What are the benefits of different membership categories? Click here.
- What publications can you get at member discounts? Click here.
- Student – $20.00
- Teacher (K-12) – $20.00
- Active Duty Military – $20.00
- Individual – $60.00
- Family – $100.00
- “Consul” – $500.00
- “Ambassador” – $1,000.00
Current students and faculty at Belmont University — a World Affairs Council strategic partner — are eligible for a no-fee membership.
- Bronze Leadership Circle – $1,500.00
- Silver Leadership Circle – $3,000.00
- Gold Leadership Circle – $5,000.00
Global Benefactor Leadership Circle – $10,000.00 — contact TNWAC President Patrick Ryan (931-261-2353 / PresidentTNWAC@gmail.com)
For Corporate Membership details contact TNWAC President Patrick Ryan (615-460-6011 / PresidentTNWAC@gmail.com)
Note: Membership benefit packages are revised from time to time. Check with TNWAC President to verify current benefits.
Checks (no cash) payable to the Tennessee World Affairs Council, send to:
Tennessee World Affairs Council, 1900 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN 37212
[If you join by mail please drop us an email to let us know so we can immediately get you on the members’ mailing list.]
[Note: TNWAC receives 100% of mailed in membership payments. A small fee is extracted from your membership payment if using online credit cards.]
Listen to former Nashville Mayor Karl F. Dean share his views on the importance of global affairs awareness to the education of youth and the future of Nashville.
If you’d like to add a donation in addition to your membership to support the Tennessee World Affairs Council work then click here.
The Tennessee World Affairs Council is a nonprofit (501c3), nonpartisan educational charity based in Nashville that works to build understanding of global issues in our communities. Learn more about the Council and find how you can join, donate and volunteer at: www.TNWAC.org — Join / Donate / Volunteer