As the USGLC’s most dedicated supporters, Chairman’s Caucus members represent the organization with the most senior Members of Congress and the Administration. The Chairman’s Caucus provides a unique forum for business and the NGO members to discuss civilian-led approaches to elevating development and diplomacy with key opinion leaders.
Working with key foreign policy experts is an important role for the USGLC, and our Diplomatic Circle provides businesses and NGOs with the opportunity help shape development and diplomacy in the 21st century through meetings and consultations with thought leaders and power players.
Reflecting the breadth of the USGLC, the Leadership Circle is a diverse group of business and NGOs working together on behalf of a strong and effective International Affairs Budget. Leadership Circle members play a vital role in meeting with Members of Congress and Administration officials on behalf of the USGLC.
Action Against Hunger
Alliance for International Exchange
Alliance for Peacebuilding
American Councils for International Education
American Foreign Service Association
American Jewish World Service
Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers
Basic Education Coalition
Bethany Christian Services
B’nai B’rith International
Books For Africa
DevTech Systems, Inc
Dining for Women
Edington, Peel & Associates, Inc.
Equal Access International
Global Health Council
Global Ties U.S.
International AIDS Vaccine Initiative
International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)
John Snow, Inc.
Juarez & Associates, Inc.
Kids in Need of Legal Defense (KIND)
Malaria No More
Millennium Water Alliance
Mosbacher Energy Company
National Coalition Supporting Eurasian Jewry
National Foreign Trade Council
One Acre Fund
Professional Services Council, Inc
Resonance, Frontier Market Solutions
Rise Against Hunger
Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission
The Task Force for Global Health
U.S. Overseas Cooperative Development Council
Washington Business Dynamics
World Learning, Inc.
The USGLC brings together more than 500 businesses and non-profit organizations to engage policymakers in the nation’s capital and around the country to build support for America’s International Affairs Budget.