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2022 International Citizen of the Year Award Celebration

  • 02 Mar 2022
  • 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Red Berry Estate, 856 Gembler Rd, San Antonio, TX 78219

Registration

  • -Seating for Table of 10
    -Recognition on the World Affairs Council of San Antonio website
    -Recognition during Reception and Dinner
  • -Premium Seating for Table of 10
    -Sponsorship of three student guests
    -VIP Reception for 10 guests
    -Recognition on the World Affairs Council of San Antonio website
    -Recognition during Reception and Dinner
    -Recognition during select 2020 Youth Engagement Programs
    -Complimentary valet parking for you and your guests
    -Additional amenities to be announced soon
  • -Prime Seating for Table of 10
    -Sponsorship of two student guests
    -VIP Reception for 10 guests
    -Recognition on the World Affairs Council of San Antonio website
    -Recognition during Reception and Dinner
  • -Premier Seating for two Tables of 10
    -Sponsorship of five student guests
    -VIP Reception for 20 guests
    -Recognition during Reception and Dinner
    -Exclusive branding on photo backdrop
    -Recognition on the World Affairs Council of San Antonio website
    -Recognition at all 2020 Youth Engagement Programs
    -Complimentary valet parking for you and your guests
    -Additional amenities to be announced soon

Register


The World Affairs Council of San Antonio cordially invites you to join us on March 2nd for the 2022 International Citizen of the Year Award Celebration. 

Since 1985, the World Affairs Council has honored an individual who has significantly contributed to San Antonio’s growth as an international city. On March 2, 2022, the Council will honor and recognize Shannon Sedgwick Davis, CEO of Bridgeway Foundation. 

Shannon Sedgwick Davis is the CEO of Bridgeway Foundation, a philanthropic organization dedicated to ending and preventing mass atrocities around the world. As an attorney, activist, and passionate advocate for social justice, Ms. Sedgwick Davis has guided Bridgeway Foundation in pioneering solutions to these seemingly intractable issues. More recently, Ms. Sedgwick Davis and the Bridgeway Foundation have been credited for their pivotal role in mobilizing awareness, civilian protection, and recovery efforts against the Lord’s Resistance Army and its leader, Joseph Kony, the first-ever indictee of the International Criminal Court.

Prior to joining Bridgeway Foundation in 2007, Ms. Sedgwick Davis served as Vice President of Geneva Global, and was the Director of Public Affairs at the International Justice Mission (IJM). Ms. Sedgwick Davis is an honors graduate of McMurry University and Baylor Law School. She sits on the board of several organizations, including The Elders, Humanity United, TOMS, and charity: water.

Please join us in honoring Shannon Sedgwick Davis' commitment to ending mass atrocities around the world. Your participation  ensures the sustainability of programs the World Affairs Council of San Antonio provides the community, including educational programs for local youth. With your support, the Council can continue to promote crucial public understanding of world affairs while enhancing San Antonio’s participation in a global community.

Please save the date and prepare for a once-in-a-lifetime experience with your World Affairs Council of San Antonio. For questions, please contact IC22@wacofsa.org.


Our Mission

The mission of the World Affairs Council of San Antonio is to promote public understanding of world affairs and United States foreign policy, and to enhance the ability of its citizens and future leaders to participate in a global community. We accomplish our mission by presenting a lecture series, holding receptions, organizing discussion groups, sponsoring educational outreach programs, and hosting deliberative sessions for young professionals.

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Phone: 210.308.9494
Fax: 210.308.9497
World Affairs Council of San Antonio
816 Camaron St. Suite 2.15 San Antonio, TX 78212
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