Arlington, Va. – Concerned Veterans for America today announced that Kathleen Volandt will be the new state director for the organization’s North Carolina chapter. Kathleen was previously the local director and spokeswoman for CVA in the Raleigh-Durham area, where she worked directly with local leaders to strengthen an outstanding grassroots network. She is an Army veteran and longtime veterans advocate who brings over 10 years of experience working with non-profits. As a state director, Kathleen will be working with national management to develop innovative strategies to engage local veterans and military families so that they can take action. Her leadership has helped CVA make great strides in the Raleigh-Durham area and the organization is excited for her to bring that same energy and experience to operations across North Carolina. “Concerned Veterans for America is looking forward to having Kathleen in her new role, helping advance our mission of preserving freedom and prosperity,” said Pete Hegseth, CEO of CVA. “We’re fortunate to have passionate individuals like Kathleen working to defend these values and hold our nation’s leaders accountable. She will help take our North Carolina efforts to the next level.” Follow Kathleen on Twitter @thevigilantvet and follow CVA’s NC chapter @ConcernedVetsNC.
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