Policy Circle Benefits
Members of the RAND Policy Circle enjoy unique access to the ongoing work of a world-class, nonprofit research organization. Ours is a community of engagement-minded individuals who are committed to nonpartisan analysis, smarter decisionmaking, and a more prosperous world.
Support via the Policy Circle allows RAND to answer the difficult questions and generate actionable insights that can withstand partisan and ideological scrutiny. It also gives members the chance to discuss “what's next?” with those who solve today's problems—and tomorrow's. Your gift is tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Policy Circle Briefing Series ($1,000 annual membership)
The Policy Circle Briefing Series provides exclusive insight into RAND's internationally acclaimed work on a wide range of national security and social policy topics. Members at this level receive the following benefits:
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- Invitations to private briefing sessions with top RAND researchers or other guest speakers
- Special receptions and preferred seating at public RAND forums
- Expert-led teleconferences on current and breaking news events
- Opportunities to attend luncheon lectures and tours of RAND offices, including the guided tour of the contemporary art collection at our Santa Monica headquarters campus
- Recognition in the RAND Annual Report
Policy Circle Conversation Series ($5,000 annual membership)
The Policy Circle Conversation Series offers even deeper engagement through more limited-capacity offerings. Members enjoy all of the benefits of the Briefing Series, plus
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- Intimate receptions and off-the-record events that offer conversations with RAND's most senior researchers or other guest speakers
- Selected policy briefs, congressional testimonies, and publications
- One-on-one access to senior researchers to discuss topics of member's interest
- Invitations to RAND's signature Politics Aside retreat with the RAND Board of Trustees
Policy Circle Roundtable Series ($10,000 annual membership)
The Policy Circle Roundtable Series enables significant interaction with RAND leadership, board members, and senior advisers, as well as with visiting luminaries. Members are invited to dinners hosted in private homes or at other exclusive venues and selected meetings with distinguished visitors who come to RAND for high-level briefings. Policy Circle Briefing and Conversation Series benefits are also included.Join the Circle
Tailored benefits above these levels are available for individuals and corporations.
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View a list of Policy Circle members in the 2016 RAND Annual Report
Special events and off-the-record sessions give RAND Policy Circle members an exclusive opportunity to learn from and ask questions of experts and policymakers from around the world.
One of the ways RAND researchers engage decisionmakers in thinking about hard to predict risks is through gaming. RAND's Robert Lempert will lead Policy Circle members through a version of the Decisions for the Decade game. [Santa Monica, CA]
ISIS has been driven from most of its self-declared caliphate in Iraq, but what will it take to bring the country back together? RAND senior policy researchers Linda Robinson and Shelly Culbertson address the political, humanitarian, and security challenges that lie ahead.
TSA Administrator David Pekoske joins RAND terrorism and security expert Brian Michael Jenkins for a discussion about the TSA's strategy and approach to operations in the face of evolving threats to transportation from terrorist groups and the individuals they inspire.
In this Call with the Experts, RAND Middle East experts Dalia Dassa Kaye and Alireza Nader discuss the future of the Iran nuclear deal and reactions to new sanctions on the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps in Iran.
RAND's Bruce Bennett, a leading expert on North Korea, talks about his recent research on deterrence of North Korean provocations and preparation for the possibility of a North Korean collapse. [Washington, DC]
Uncertainty following Congress’ failed attempts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act is raising anxiety among both insurers and consumers. Join RAND senior economist Christine Eibner to discuss modifications to the ACA, as well as the long-term outlook for health care reform in the U.S. [Pittsburgh, PA]