The American International Club of Rome
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American Int'l Club of Rome was founded in 1953 by Henry Luce the founder of Time magazine, the husband of the U.S. Ambassador to Italy Clare Boothe Luce whom felt there was a need for an organization that would provide opportunities for meeting regularly with other Americans.  The club has transformed into an internationally focused non profit organization based in Rome with the goals of promoting American culture in Italy. Today the tradition of Honorary President and Vice Presidents continues with each US Ambassador to Italy, The Holy See and the US UN mission.

The American Int'l Club of Rome welcomes American and non-American executives, diplomats, teachers, and international citizens of the world looking to expand our network while supporting a good cause, having fun, and growing professionally.

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Why become an AICR Member?

As a member of AICR you will enjoy many valuable benefits, including special member-only discounts, unique marketing opportunities with our Business Memberships, invitations to members-only events at exclusive locations throughout Rome, social and business networking opportunities, and automatic membership into the Association of American Clubs (AAC), which provides reciprocal benefits to all of the member clubs around the world.

 

We are a fantastic and varied group of individuals who share many interests and we look forward to welcoming you to Rome and to other AICR members!

 

Interested in joining us at AICR and want to know more? Simply subscribe to our mailing list below and be kept up to date about upcoming events and unique membership opportunities.

Our Purpose

The purpose of the club is to encourage Americans, Italians, and citizens of other countries to meet in a congenial, relaxed atmosphere and to provide its members an opportunity to enjoy mutual interests and experiences through cultural, educational, and social exchanges. The American International Club of Rome is committed to the enrichment of international friendships through participation in, and support of, activities of a business, social, civil, and charitable nature.

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Cultural Exchange

AICR is committed to the enrichment of international friendships through participation in, and support of, activities of a business, social, civil, and charitable nature.

Meet & Greet

The purpose of the club is to encourage Americans, Italians, and citizens of other countries to meet in a congenial, relaxed atmosphere and to provide its members an opportunity to enjoy mutual interests and experiences through cultural, educational, and social exchanges.

Events

Dinners, happy hours, theater evenings, business networking mixers, cultural tours, professional lectures, holiday parties, tax seminars, pub quizzes, bowling and more! Check out our upcoming events and join us!

Volunteering

AICR provides volunteer opportunities and raises funds for many worthwhile charities such as the World Food Programme, Retake Rome, Casa di Kim, Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, the Italian Red Cross, and the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis.

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American Int'l Club of Rome Honorary Members

Lew Eisenberg- Honorary President (US Ambassador to Italy)

Callista Gingrich- Honorary Vice President (US Ambassador to the Holy See)

Kip Tom- Honorary Vice President (US Ambassador to the US UN Mission)

American Int'l Club of Rome 2019/2020 Board
Marcel Kaminstein- President
Marco Elser- Vice President
Fabio Ferrari- Treasurer

Bob Sonnabend- Board Member
Stella Taneva- Board Member
Scotti Rhodes- Board Member
Carlo Papini- Board Member

Anna Tasca- Board Member

Marzia Giua- Board Member
Loretta Dusini- Board Member (US Embassy Liaison)