Become a Washington Institute Founding Member in 2020

Shaping the World Together™ starts with our members — people like you who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.

“The search for accountability and real-time problem-solving from leaders both in the public and private sectors has never been more critical. Frankly, bringing deep, extensive experience to address modern challenges and broker opportunities within business, government, and society was the rationale for founding our Washington Institute.”

–Jim Moore, Founder & CEO

Who can join?

We’re looking for business executives, leading nonprofits as well as students, researchers, and business owners.

How can I become a member?

Complete the membership application linked below, or submit your name, mailing address, email address, preferred phone, company name, title, and preferred membership level to info@washinst.org. You will then receive an invoice with instructions to finalize your membership.

What’s expected of me?

As a club member, you will be asked to:

  • Pay membership dues
  • Use your professional skills and talents to make a difference

What are the benefits?

Becoming a founding member of the Washington Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, connects you with a diverse group of professionals from around the globe who share your vision of a more connected, diverse, and compassionate world.

  • Discuss your community’s needs and develop creative ways to meet them
  • Connect with other leaders who are changing the world
  • Expand your leadership and professional skills
  • Tap into a deeply important network
  • Take advantage of a tax deductible membership

Other benefits of membership include:

  • Print copy of our Year in Review
  • Exclusive Op Eds and Global Podcasts by the Washington Institute
  • Access to both the Embassy & Technology Series
  • Your Name/Company listed in the Washington Institute Directory
  • Discounts to major events
  • Corporate Members gain Complementary access to the use of our Penthouse for meetings and retreats*
  • Corporate Members can participate in an annual closed-door CEO-only session*

*=Corporate membership only.

Membership Dues:

Corporate: $5,000

Corporate Members (1-10 members from the same organization) will be listed on our large trade show banner which travels with The Washington Institute wherever we present – from the Embassy Series to the Global Sports Conference.  Additional exclusive corporate member benefits:  free access to our Penthouse for meetings and events (venue space only), prominent listing in the Washington Institute Directory, two free tickets to the 2020 Global Sports Conference, invitation to Washington-Institute sponsored live events with The Washington Post, and exclusive participation in an annual CEO-only closed-door session to take place in Washington, D.C. in Fall 2020.

Executive: $500

Executives have more taxing schedules, and we know this.  This membership will include exclusive Executive-level offerings, to include an annual virtual roundtable open only to Executive-level and Corporate Members.  Executive Members will also receive two complementary tickets to Washington Institute’s Awards Dinner on October 8, 2020. All members will be formally recognized at the dinner.

Individual: $250

Come to us “as you are,” and make your affiliation your own.  This membership category is perfect for the up-and-coming professional or the retired corporate executive who wishes to remain in the loop.

Student: $45

Students will gain access to Washington Institute engagements and its premiere global network as well as get on the ground floor of our University Consortium!

Interested in becoming a member? Create your account and submit payment here today!

 

 Registration Portal Instructions: Click “create an account” on the right side of the page, enter your contact details, then create a username and password when prompted. After submitting, log in using those credentials, navigate to the menu at the top right of the screen, click “My Membership”, select your desired membership, and submit payment. Please contact info@washinst.org if you experience any difficulties.

 

Corporate members can be invoiced by request:  info@washinst.org

The Tangible Impact of Your Membership

 

By becoming a member of the Washington Institute, you support and become part of our work to accomplish the following:

 

Administer scholarships for students who are pursuing careers that focus on the intersection of business, government, and society

Provide an extensive, global network to tackle critical issues on how best business, government, and society can work together more closely for the good of everyone

Probe how the modern economy is impacted by innovation and how best to confront negative consequences to society

Launch critical venues that bring together technology executives, policy makers, and other relevant parties to educate and discuss with one another the challenges in the oversight and management of technological advances

Organize and hold major events that allow leaders from business, government, and society to come together and speak to issues that bring the global community in meaningful ways

Forge partnerships with premiere global organizations to create constructive dialogue and outcomes to address difficult issues in the intersection of business, government, and society

Collaborate with global corporations on focus on critical technology developments with an eye to addressing their impact on society

Hold events with key embassies and foreign delegations to address important, relevant issues facing their countries and their impact on the rest of the world

Expand membership within a university consortium among global academic institutions to engage students, professors, and administrators in the work of the Institute

Promote ethical approaches and solutions among global businesses to address current challenges

Utilize media of all kinds to convey the serious work that is being conducted