With a strong and growing coalition in Texas, the USGLC works to educate and engage policymakers and community leaders on why investments in development and diplomacy help keep America safe and strengthen Texas’s economy.
The USGLC’s Texas Advisory Committee brings together more than 230 business, faith, non-profit, and political leaders who understand how American global leadership matters for Texas. We’re also proud of Texas’s Veterans for Smart Power – part of a nationwide network of 30,000 veterans.
In 2021, Texas exported
in goods to foreign markets.
3,622,500 jobs (20.10%)
are supported by trade.
in Texas studied abroad.
Watch the full event here: https://youtu.be/3iPsZwATASQ WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) held a virtual town hall with Representative Veronica Escobar (TX-16) and more than 75 Texas business, non-profit...
The inaugural class of young professionals from 33 states will participate in series of sessions with USGLC leaders and special guests to immerse themselves in global policy issues while strengthening advocacy and engagement skills. Throughout the...
As hospitals around the world battle the COVID-19 pandemic, a small nonprofit in Houston, Texas is helping to lead the global response amidst this crisis. At the helm of this global operation is Walter Ulrich, president and CEO of Medical Bridges and a member of USGLC’s Texas State Advisory Committee. USGLC’s Troy Williams recently spoke with Mr. Ulrich on the impact of COVID-19 and how Medical Bridges is stepping up to help at home and abroad.