Be a part of the USGLC
We are helping build a more prosperous and safer Florida. For more information on how you can get involved with the USGLC in Florida, please contact Colleen Bowman.
The USGLC has a strong presence in Florida, where the international affairs budget is vital to the local economy.
Florida exported over $64.8 billion in goods and services to foreign markets in 2011.
Florida Advisory Committee
Sen. Mel Martinez
U.S. Senate (2005-2009)
Donna E. Shalala
University of Miami
In Florida, the USGLC partners with a diverse group of business, non-profit, academic, and military leaders to form state-wide Advisory Committees. The USGLC Advisory Committee works across Florida to educate and inspire support from Floridians and policymakers on the importance of America’s civilian-led tools of diplomacy and development.
Full List of Florida Advisory Committee
(as of June 2015)
Might Plus ‘Smart Power’
St. Petersburg Times
Wrong time to cut foreign aid
A luncheon discussion on the benefit our investment in the world brings to our community and local businesses.
Join us for lunch and a discussion on the importance of U.S. global engagement to our national and economic security and its impact on Florida’s future.
America’s Leadership in the World: Our Legacy. Our Future.
USGLC in Florida
|October 18, 2012
Sylvia Burwell, Gen. Anthony Zinni, Robert Zoellick, Al Cardenas and Ann Lewis engage in a discussion on U.S. foreign policy and America’s role in the world at a luncheon in Tampa, Florida.
|August 29, 2012
The International Republican Institute, the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, and ONE hosted a panel discussion during the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida to highlight U.S. leadership in international development. [read more]