USGLC employees represent a wide variety of backgrounds and operate in a dynamic environment. Our staff – based primarily in Washington, DC – backstops a broad range of activities to educate and inspire support from the American public and policymakers on the importance of America’s civilian-led tools of diplomacy and development.

Deputy Director of Development

The U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) is seeking an experienced, dynamic, results-driven Deputy Director of Development to drive the fundraising efforts of the enterprise’s educational and advocacy agenda. The Deputy Director of Development will focus primarily on generating membership revenue for the Campaign (advocacy) and collaborate on fundraising opportunities for the Center (education), leads all membership fundraising efforts, manages staff of the Development Department and serves as a thought partner to the Director of Development & Strategic Partnerships on implementing and achieving department strategies and goals. This position reports to the Director of the Department and is based in Washington, DC.

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Senior Fellow – Economic Security Policy

USGLC is seeking a Senior Fellow for Economic Security Policy to stand up and lead this critical new effort. Collaborating with the Global Policy Director and working closely across the organization as well as with other external stakeholders, the Senior Fellow will spearhead the new U.S. Global Economic Security Hub. This is an exciting position for a seasoned U.S. foreign policy professional with deep focus in, expertise around, and established networks on national security and economic diplomacy, for a creative and entrepreneurial self-starter, and for a candidate who enjoys cross-departmental and cross-sectoral collaboration to direct, research, write, and build greater understanding and to make a compelling case for why and how economic security is national security.

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Internships

We offer fall, spring, and summer internship opportunities in communications, government relations, national outreach, and policy.

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