The USGLC joins the efforts of two sister organizations into one dynamic brand with a commitment to building a better, safer world. Our board members include influential leaders from business, non-profit, academic, and faith-based organizations.

Center for U.S. Global Leadership

The Center for U.S. Global Leadership is the education arm of the USGLC. This 501-c(3) organization develops dynamic programs in the nation’s capital and across the country to educate the American public and engage foreign policy and national security leaders about the importance of America’s smart power tools of development and diplomacy.

  • Honorable Norm Coleman, Co-Chair

    Hogan Lovells

  • Honorable Dan Glickman, Co-Chair

    Bipartisan Policy Center, The Aspen Institute

  • Andrew Tisch, Vice Chair

    Loews Corporation

  • George Ingram, Treasurer

    Brookings Institution

  • Lionel C. Johnson, Secretary

    Pacific Pension & Investment Institute

  • Dr. Michael Crow

    Arizona State University

  • Michael Gerson


  • Gary Knell

    National Geographic Partners

  • Ann Lewis

  • Hon. Jim Matheson

    National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA)

  • Norman Ornstein

    American Enterprise Institute

  • Honorable Peter J. Roskam

  • Nancy Ziuzin Schlegel

    Lockheed Martin Corporation

  • Sherrie Westin

    Sesame Workshop

U.S. Global Leadership Campaign

The U.S. Global Leadership Campaign is the advocacy arm of the USGLC. Created in 1995, this 501-c(4) organization brings together more than 400 businesses and non-governmental organizations who share a commitment to advocating for a robust U.S. International Affairs Budget.

  • Carolyn Miles, Co-Chair

    Save the Children

  • Selina Jackson, Co-Chair

    Procter & Gamble

  • Ambassador Karl Hofmann, Vice Chair

    Population Services International (PSI)

  • Eric Reading, Treasurer

    Chemonics International

  • Sean Callahan, Secretary

    Catholic Relief Services

  • Bill Lane, Chair Emeritus

  • Myron Brilliant

    U.S. Chamber of Commerce

  • Jeffrey Colman

    American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)

  • Suzanne Ehlers


  • Beth Ford

    Land O’Lakes, Inc.

  • Anne Goddard

    ChildFund International

  • Ryan Guthrie

    The Coca-Cola Company

  • Carrie Hessler-Radelet

    Project Concern International (PCI)

  • Jeff Hofgard

    The Boeing Company

  • Jessica Kruvant

    Creative Associates International

  • Laura Lane


  • Kristin Lord


  • Lisa Malloy

    Intel Corporation

  • Linda Mason

    Mercy Corps

  • John Mennel


  • David Miliband

    International Rescue Committee

  • Michelle Nunn


  • George Pickart

    General Electric

  • Caroline Roan

    Pfizer, Inc.

  • Jock Scharfen


  • Sarah Thorn


  • Johanna Nesseth Tuttle


  • Paul Weisenfeld

    RTI International

  • David Weiss

    Global Communities

  • Peter Yeo

    UN Foundation/Better World Campaign

  • Robert Zachritz

    World Vision