Is it time to grow your circle of contacts? Learn about what others have to offer? Give yourself,  office or organization credibility? Networking in its purest form is simply talking to people, making connections and developing rapport to grow your circle of influence. By developing long-term relationships for mutual gain and creating lasting impressions with people you will be learning a life skill which has many applications for you both personally and professionally. The best networking should focus the attention  developing two-way dialogues that have benefits to all parties involved.

The American Society recognizes that there are many forms of networking from personal, to social to professional. Our Networking team works hard to provide something for all interests.

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Happy Hours

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New-members Coffee


AmSoc Presents:


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Let's Connect Presents:

Brazilian Ambassador to the United States of America, in Washington DC, from June 1999 to March 2004. Ambassador Barbosa has held a variety of senior positions in the Brazilian Government's Ministry of Foreign Relations, including as Secretary for International Affairs at the Ministry of Finance; Brazilian Permanent Representative to the Latin American Integration Association (ALADI); Under Secretary-General for Regional Integration, Trade and Economic Affairs in the Ministry of Foreign Relations; and as Coordinator of the Brazilian Section of Mercosur, the Southern Cone Common Market.

On September 29th 2021 Ambassador Barbosa gave us the  opportunity to discuss Brazil / China / US Relations.

Members of The American Society and IBREI enjoyed the benefit of a discounted ticket.

Happy Hours

A perfect moment to unwind and also make new friends. Happy hours are organized frequently and are published on our social media channels. Take advantage of some special offers the American Society can organize and come along.

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Readers Group

Do you love to read books?  Have you belonged to book clubs in the past?  AmSoc´s Readers Group is for you!  We meet monthly to discuss recent books written by American authors.  We alternate between fiction and non-fiction books.  Meetings are on Thursday nights at 7:00 pm.  If you would like to join, please click on the WhatsApp icon below and ask to be added to our dedicated WhatsApp group:


Note: Some members use a Kindle device.  The books that we choose are always available to download in Brazil. Books that we have discussed recently include:  Brazil Apart by Perry Anderson (NF);  Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich (2021 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction); Twilight of Democracy by Ann Applebaum (NF), Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu (Fiction – National Book Award Winner).  


New Members Coffees

Organized several times a year these complimentary coffee mornings are a way for new AmSoc members to meet some established members including a few of the board members and start building up a rapport that will serve them well throughout their membership. 

Make sure you sign up to our social media channels so as to be informed as to the time and location of the next New Member Coffee.


WomenWork focuses on connecting women in various professions & trades, with a special guest speaker to discuss their particular journey. We encourage social responsibility, sharing knowledge & experience for a better future, and the importance of any employment, whether paid or volunteer. The small entrance fee goes directly to our charity drive, helping the girls of today grow to be the women of tomorrow.

Our mission is to strengthen female relationships by providing a safe and meaningful environment where women in various trades and professions can share their journey and discuss relevant topics, creating a powerful community committed to making a difference.

Want to make a difference? Share your journey with us.