Across the globe, regardless of location, and no matter the issue at hand, public health practitioners have ultimately the same goal: to protect the public’s health and well-being by improving the lives of their community members and protecting them from illnesses or other issues that would impact their health and lead to premature death. While the mission is universal, the specific strategies and tactics are not. While some of this is due to the unique specifics of each locale, some of it stems from a lack of communication, sharing, and diffusion of best practices across the global health system. To highlight the importance of sharing across the global health system, this plenary session at NACCHO Annual 2019 would convene key partners in their quest to integrate global health and domestic health here in the United States. Through this plenary session, attendees will: (1) learn specifics on how learnings from abroad have the capacity to improve health of local communities in the United States; (2) understand better how establishing a culture of health does not need to stop at boundaries; and (3) appreciate that global solutions applied locally can be innovative, cost-effective, and improve measurable health outcomes.