With a strong and growing coalition in Nebraska, the USGLC works to educate and engage policymakers and community leaders on why investments in development and diplomacy help keep America safe and strengthen Nebraska’s economy.
The USGLC’s Nebraska Advisory Committee brings together more than 90 business, faith, non-profit, and political leaders who understand how American global leadership matters for Nebraska. We’re also proud of Nebraska’s Veterans for Smart Power – part of a nationwide network of 30,000 veterans.
Businesses are increasingly embracing a stakeholder-capitalism approach that emphasizes a deeper understanding of the impact of business on our people, communities, environment, and world. Together, we can leverage local business as a force for good to make a positive impact on our world.
Graham Pansing Brooks
SEAchange, LTD & Do More Good Movement
What’s foreign aid worth to Nebraska? The ability to respond to human welfare and suffering.
Assistant Secretary of State, State of Nebraska
In 2021, Nebraska exported
in goods to foreign markets.
255,600 jobs (19.00%)
are supported by trade.
in Nebraska studied abroad.
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