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 Karl Beckstein at (202) 730-4154.
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
Hon. Jeb Bush
State of Florida (1999-2007)
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 January 2014)
Might Plus ‘Smart Power’
St. Petersburg Times
Wrong time to cut foreign aid
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.
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. The premier foreign policy event at the Convention, The U.S. Role in International Development—Legacy and Future, featured two panels of prominent policymakers and opinion leaders who discussed the foreign policy legacy of past Republican administrations and addressed the future of US foreign policy.
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]