Today, Society & Diplomatic Review is worldwide, with offices located in New York, Washington D.C.,
London, China, Brazil, Colombia, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Chad, Kuwait, Paraguay, and Egypt. Formerly known as the Diplomatic World Bulletin, is a leading diplomatic society publication and consulting firm based in New York. We are officially accredited to the United Nations providing publishing, executive intelligence, global consulting and public relations.
Society & Diplomatic Review covers the UN communities and the New York high-society world. The magazine
is respected in diplomatic circles, UN headquarters and Missions, foreign Embassies and Consulates worldwide as
well as high-ranking society, corporate leaders, powerful public relations firms, and NGOs.
Eminent leaders and CEOs who are our readers, consider SADR an important key to major decision makers as
we provide them external consultant services and inspire corporate leaders to discuss important issues impacting
the business community and to develop strategies to initiate global outreach for business expansion.
Our President and Founder, Dame Gloria Starr Kins of Society & Diplomatic Review has been a long-time society
and diplomatic editor of Irish Connections magazine and Irish Examiner newspaper. Before that, she worked alongside Wyatt Cooper as an editor for the Status Diplomat and headed the New York office of Curtis Publishing encompassing Sat Evening Post, Holiday magazine, and Status magazine. She is a veteran UN Correspondent, society and diplomatic editor of many newspapers, and a correspondent for the Jewish Post newspaper.
She represented WOR Radio and Television as head of their United Nations Operations, and later headed Curtis Publishing as Managing Editor for New York and was an Associate Producer of NBC’s “Open Mind.”
Gloria is Vice-Chair of the Center for Global Action for Sustainable Development (CGASD) and was a founding member of UNICEF’s Manhattan chapter, the Islamic Council of Europe, and the Islamic Defense League in London. In addition, she also serves as a Government Liaison on the Board of Directors for the OCCAM Infopoverty World Conference, Oklahoma University liaison, and various other organizations and Chambers of Commerce. Recently, Gloria was made the head of the North American representative office of Association de la Plume pour la culture et le development, a Chad-based foundation.
She is also active on the Board of advisers of The Green Earth Enterprises, LLC, a company that uses aquaponics and hydroponics to solve the world’s food and water insecurities in addition to IAAI GloCha board of advisers. The Hope Foundation as well as the Halte Ebola Foundation made Gloria a member of their Board of Directors.