Hudson Union Society

The Truman Scholars Association has arranged for Truman Scholars to have free membership and access to A-List leaders and network, and a free subscription to Forbes Magazine.

– Have you ever wanted to meet the most famous individuals and sharpest minds?
– Would you like to make the right connections with a high calibre network?
– Would you like to attend red-carpet film premieres?

Our friends at the 501(c)3 non-profit Hudson Union Society have agreed to give Truman Scholars free membership for one year. Some of the leaders you have read about in print, now you can meet them in person!

The Hudson Union Society is a midtown Manhattan-based organization that provides unparalleled, first-hand access to some of the world’s most distinguished leaders and achievers in business, entertainment, politics, and more.

Recent guest have included:
– Television personalities Conan O’Brien, Jon Stewart
– Nobel Prize Winners Paul Krugman, Joseph Stiglitz, Jody Williams and Wangari Maathai
– Admiral Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
– Academy Award nominees Tommy Lee Jones, Jeremy Irons, and David Lynch
– Steve Forbes, Chairman & CEO of Forbes Inc.
– Former British Prime Minister
– Sir Howard Stringer, Chairman & CEO of Sony Corp., J.W. Marriott Jr., Chairman & CEO of Marriott Interntational
– Woody Harrelson, Ralph Fiennes, Oliver Stone
– Deepak Chopra

To take advantage of the one year free basic membership for Truman Scholars just click HERE and enter Truman Scholar in the referral line. This free membership offer does not apply to present or previous Hudson Union Society members that are also Truman Scholars.

For more information on the Hudson Union Society, visit (this is not the free registration link). If you have trouble registering for free membership or have any questions, please email

“I continue to be moved and impressed by the quality and power of the (Society) and how it has become the anchor in the United States that enables leaders to shape the debates of this generation and directly connect with the public.” The Late Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto