Our members represent AAFSW at U.S. embassies and consulates worldwide as well as in Washington, D.C. and the rest of the United States.
The Evacuee Support Network provides help to anyone in the foreign affairs agencies who has returned to Washington due to international or personal emergencies.
Our Legislative Committee lobbies foreign affairs officials and Congressional contacts on today’s issues ranging from spouse employment to the legal status of spouses to survivor annuities.
Livelines, our highly active internet discussion group, brings the Foreign Service community together to exchange information and engage in lively debates on issues that affect our community.
Our newsletter, Global Link, is sent to members 10 times per year, and is full of useful information for Foreign Service families.
AAFSW Headquarters is THE place for information about AAFSW and its activities.
The AAFSW Spouse Oral History Project offers a fascinating glimpse of Foreign Service life for family members.
The AAFSW Housing Office offers information on housing in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Our Art&Bookfair and Bookroom raise money for community service projects. Read more about our community service projects and donations on this page.
The annual AAFSW Forum studies issues of current concern voiced by the membership. For more information contact email@example.com.
Our Program Committee plans meetings with outstanding speakers several times a year in the formal 8th floor rooms of the State Department. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CLO Alumni Association is a forum for former and current Community Liaison Office Coordinators that gets together quarterly or as determined by the participants.
Review our Record of Achievement for more information about AAFSW’s activities, past and present.