As the KDVA Vice President of Program and Leadership Support, Earlene Hollerith helps manage KDVA’s numerous programs that enhance the ROK-U.S. Alliance and support our Veterans. In addition, she supports KDVA’s leadership team with leader engagements. She is the Director of the KDVA Internship Program (KIP), Deputy Director of the KDVA Language Team and the KDVA Research Associates Program, and is the Assistant Editor of the KDVA ROK-U.S. Alliance Journal.

Earlene graduated from George Mason University with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology.  She spent over 15 years as a Technical Recruiter with companies such as Kelly Services, HireStrategy, and boutique consulting firms.

She started a chapter of Sharing America’s Marrow and worked with DKMS where she held bone marrow donation events to help aplastic anemia and blood cancer patients in need of bone marrow transplants.

Earlene lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and two kids.