Tulsa's Sister Cities Program

  Amiens, France                     Beihai, China                            Celle, Germany                  Kaohsiung, Taiwan

 San Luis Potosi, Mexico          Tiberias, Israel                         Utsunomiya, Japan              Zelenograd, Russia

Tulsa Global Alliance manages the programming for Tulsa’s eight Sister Cities for the City of Tulsa. Contacts are sanctioned by Tulsa's Mayor. Each of Tulsa's City Councilors acts as an honorary Ambassador. Being a Sister City in the International Sister Cities Network means maintaining in-depth interactions between the cities.

How do we interact? Hundreds of area citizens coordinate complementary relationships with counterpart citizens and leaders in each of the eight foreign cities. Relationships involve educational exchanges, citizen travel, dignitary visits, internships, business interests, and tourism. For more information about how you can become involved with a Tulsa Sister City, contact Cathy Izzo, TGA Sister City Program Coordinator at cizzo@tulsaglobalalliance.org.









Founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956, Sister Cities International is a nonpartisan nonprofit serving as the national membership organization for 545 U.S. sister cities, counties, and states with 2,121 partnerships in 145 countries on six continents. This network unites tens of thousands of citizen diplomats and volunteers. For more information, visit Sister Cities International. And to read President Eisenhower's speech given in 1956 at the White House Conference on Citizen Diplomacy, visit "The White House Conference that Started it All."