With a strong and growing coalition in Maine for more than 8 years, the USGLC works to educate and engage policymakers and community leaders on why investments in development and diplomacy help keep America safe and strengthen Maine’s economy.
The USGLC’s Maine Advisory Committee brings together dozens of business, faith, non-profit, and political leaders who understand how American global leadership matters for Maine. We’re also proud of Maine’s Veterans for Smart Power – part of a nationwide network of 30,000 veterans.
In 2021, Maine exported
in goods to foreign markets.
170,300 jobs (19.90%)
are supported by trade.
in Maine studied abroad.
In honor of Black History Month, the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition invited Travis Adkins, President and CEO of the U.S. African Development Foundation (USADF), to join us in a discussion on his perspective of U.S. development diplomacy. Adkins is...
In 2022, USGLC is watching six numbers that will drive global challenges – and depending on how the U.S. responds, it will shape the impact on every American family’s health, security, and economic interests. And no surprise – the tools of diplomacy and global development are going to once again be front and center.