With a strong and growing coalition in New Hampshire for close to a decade, the USGLC works to educate and engage policymakers and community leaders on why investments in development and diplomacy help keep America safe and strengthen New Hampshire’s economy.
The USGLC’s New Hampshire Advisory Committee brings together more than 70 business, faith, non-profit, and political leaders who understand how American global leadership matters for New Hampshire. We’re also proud of New Hampshire’s Veterans for Smart Power – part of a nationwide network of 30,000 veterans.
In 2017, New Hampshire exported
in goods to foreign markets.
In New Hampshire,
160,000 jobs (18.3%)
are supported by trade.
in New Hampshire studied abroad.
Handout photos for press usage: http://bit.ly/2c0sSEA Watch the full event here: bit.ly/2bm9oYT DURHAM— U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Admiral James Stavridis (USN Ret.) joined the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition along with over 175...
With all eyes on New Hampshire today and the 2016 presidential horserace, it’s pretty easy to miss a relatively wonky, but actually important moment in Washington: the kickoff to the budget season with the Administration’s release of its proposal to Congress. The good news is that the two-year budget deal reached by Congress and the Administration last November spared international affairs programs from dangerous cuts from sequestration. Here are my 6 key takeaways on what the budget proposal means for America’s global leadership.