The United States Diplomacy Center is the country’s first museum and education center dedicated to telling the story of American diplomacy. It will focus on diplomacy’s role in promoting our national security, prosperity, and global leadership. Visitors can explore what diplomacy is, who does it, and how it has impacted American lives throughout history.
The Diplomacy Center is non-partisan. It is made possible through public-private partnerships, including one with the Diplomacy Center Foundation. The non-profit Foundation is leading a capital campaign to secure funds to expand and complete the museum.
Letters of Endorsement
The United States Diplomacy Center continues to receive support from the highest levels of leadership at the U.S. Department of State.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
Secretary of State John Kerry
Secretary of State Hilary R. Clinton
Secretaries of State Henry A. Kissinger, Alexander M. Haig, George P. Shultz, James A. Baker III, Lawrence Eagleburger, Warren Christopher, Madeleine K. Albright, & Colin L. Powell
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Meet the Director
Mary D. Kane became Director of the Center on April 2. She brings a wealth of public and private sector experience to the project, having served as President and CEO of Sister Cities International, a citizen diplomacy network created by President Eisenhower 61 years ago to promote international peace, understanding, and cooperation.