Institutional Partner Program


The Pacific Council’s Institutional Partner Program offers a unique way for corporations, foundations, and their executive-level designees to connect with members of the West Coast’s premier, membership-based, international affairs organization. While a variety of partner levels and benefits are available, a Pacific Council institutional partnership generally confers the following:

Access to the Pacific Council’s exclusive member network – Excellence, insight, and impact define members of the non-partisan Pacific Council; membership is highly selective and limited to thought and action leaders from a variety of industries and sectors around the world. The Council provides opportunities for institutional partners to engage with our members, enhancing their knowledge of global issues and augmenting their professional and personal efficacy through a variety of program offerings, international trips, and private donor briefings. Our not-for-attribution rules and limited-access programming enable substantive, candid exchanges.

Unique opportunities for publicity and interaction – Institutional sponsorship of our signature annual event, the invitation-only Members Weekend, is a key component of Pacific Council institutional partnerships. Regularly drawing 250-300 top policy makers, business leaders, and international figureheads, Members Weekend is designed to foster intense discussion of pressing global issues and serve as a vehicle for cross-disciplinary interaction toward positive policy change. Institutional partners are encouraged to participate in the discussion and will enjoy sustained recognition as event sponsors throughout the two-day conference.

Deeper engagement through hosting options – The Pacific Council is often approached with opportunities to host special guests at very limited capacity breakfast or lunch meetings in settings such as a member’s home or office. Where there is a natural alignment of interests on the part of an institutional partner, the Council will help facilitate the hosting of said speaker at the partner’s office or other preferred location.

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For more information, or to participate in the Pacific Council’s Institutional Partner Program, please contact Nastasha Everheart at: neverheart@pacificcouncil.org or 213.221.2001

Pacific Council on International Policy

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Los Angeles, CA 90017
Phone: (213) 221-2000 | Fax: (213) 221-2050
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