“From the earliest days of the Republic, America has depended on a vibrant free market and an indomitable entrepreneurial spirit to be the engines of our prosperity. Our strength as a world leader is largely derived from the central role we play in the global economy. Since the Bretton Woods agreement of 1944, the United States has been viewed as an anchor of global economic security and the U.S. dollar has served as an internationally recognized medium of exchange, the monetary standard. The American economy is the strongest in the world and likely to remain so well into the foreseeable future. Yet, while the dramatic acceleration of globalization over the last fifteen years has provided for the cultural, intellectual and social comingling among people on every continent, of every race, and of every ideology, it has also increased international economic interdependence and has made a narrowly domestic economic perspective an unattractive impossibility. Without growth and competition economies stagnate and wither, so sustaining America’s prosperity requires a healthy global economy. Prosperity at home and through global economic competition and development is then, one of America’s enduring national interests.” A National Strategic Narrative
Dorothy H. Bray, Ed.D. Bray Consulting, DNA of Intellectual Capital, Aliso Viejo, CA, September 14, 2016.
Dorothy H. Bray, Phoebe K. Helm, John Lommel, Being Where History is Happening, 2014 National Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN, October 21, 2014.
Dorothy H. Bray, Bray Consulting, Developing Intellectual Capital “Developing Intellectual Capital as a core skill building block of national and global competitiveness potential: A rising educational imperative,” San Clemente, CA, February 5, 2014.
There is a Direct Connection between international conservation and America’s economic and national security interests according to Conservation International.
“Ingenuity: A New Super-Skill” by Dorothy Bray, a California educator, and national / global consultant, outlines the critical skill to be enhanced for U.S. Education to contribute to national prosperity and security goals described in the National Strategic Narrative. She can be contacted at www.dhbray.com. November 27, 2012
A response to the National Strategic Narrative, This Education and Prosperity Partnership, written by Dorothy Bray, a California educator, and national / global consultant, outlines the rising crucial role for U.S. Education in developing the “Intellectual Capital” key to national prosperity and security goals described in the National Strategic Narrative. She can be contacted at www.dhbray.com. August 13, 2012
Energy and Enterprise Initiative Launched at George Mason University. Former Congressman Bob Inglis (R-SC4) to lead nationwide public engagement campaign. July 10, 2012
Citizens must commit to the our national reserve — the education of our children CNN Schools of Thought November 23, 2011
Complex Adaptive Systems of Systems, Sandia Laboratories 2012