In light of circumstances surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and out of an abundance of caution for your health and safety, we have postponed our in-person events for the time being. Thank you for your understanding and patience as we work through these challenges.
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"PCFR’s response to the Governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected” Executive Order has been great. There have been plenty of timely and interesting presentations. The ability to attend topical discussions and committee meetings virtually by ZOOM has been very helpful. I missed most of the “topical discussions” in the past because I work in Scottsdale and the presentations tended to be held in downtown Phoenix. Now, I attend virtually. Although I miss the in-person dinners at Gainey Ranch, PCFR’s ability to adapt to the present situation has enhanced the value of my membership. I hope PCFR continues with some of these changes as we come out of hibernation."
- Azim Q. Hameed, Sherman & Howard L.L.C.
INTERNATIONAL STATE OF THE STATE
PRESENTED ON MARCH 11, 2020
The Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations was proud to host our 15th Annual International State of the State on March 11, 2020, featuring Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. Take a look at the event highlights in this video --->
WHY BECOME A PCFR MEMBER?
Our growing membership is made up of international leaders and enthusiasts who connect regularly for educational events designed to promote a better understanding of global trends and their implications and promote collaboration among international organizations in Arizona.
Each year the Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations has been pleased to provide the Metro Phoenix area with a valuable public platform to discuss the International State of OUR State.