For two decades, the Annual Statesmanship Awards Dinner hosted by the U.S. Association of Former Members of Congress (FMC) has recognized outstanding individuals and organizations who exemplify courage, commitment, passion for furthering democracy, and who have demonstrated a life-long dedication to service. This award is bipartisan and given each year to Democratic and Republican current or former Members of Congress to recognize their distinguished Congressional service and commitment to improving the lives of others.
Our 2020 Statesmanship Honorees:
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK),
Chairman, Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee
Congressman Richard Neal (D-MA),
Chairman, House Ways and Means Committee
Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV),
Ranking Member, Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee
Congressman Kevin Brady (R-TX),
Ranking Member, House Ways and Means Committee
Sens. Murkowski and Manchin will be recognized at this year’s Statesmanship Awards Dinner for their bipartisan work in climate change through the Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
Reps. Neal and Brady will be recognized at this year’s Statesmanship Awards Dinner for their bipartisan work in passing landmark legislation through the Ways and Means Committee, which was eventually signed by the President.
Our 2020 Corporate Statesmanship Honoree:
Past honorees have included President George H. W. Bush, Senator Susan Collins, Majority Leader Bob Dole, Secretary of State John Kerry, Leader Bob Michel and, most recently, Senator Mark Warner, Representative Anna Eshoo, Representative Lamar Smith, and Representative Bob Goodlatte.
Thank you to our sponsors!
The Statesmanship Awards Dinner is an important part of the support that keeps FMC a vibrant, valued leader in supporting our American Democracy. Without the support of our sponsors, we could not continue our work. Please take a moment to thank:
CUSEF (the China-U.S. Exchange Foundation)
Korean Peace Sharing Foundation