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Holly Rotondi is the Executive Director of the Friends of the National World War II Memorial, the nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching the lessons of yesterday to unite the generations of tomorrow. In this role, Ms. Rotondi is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the organization and for developing, funding, and implementing the organization’s strategic plans. Ms. Rotondi also serves as a member and executive officer of the organization’s Board of Directors.
From 2011-213, she served as a Senior IT Project Management Specialist with High Performance Technologies Group (HPTG). Ms. Rotondi provided project management support for HPTG’s $115 million Veterans Relationship Management contract with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to manage the VA’s next generation of IT system solutions.
Prior to her time with HPTG, Ms. Rotondi spent nearly fourteen years with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF), a Washington, DC-based international nonprofit. At VVMF, Ms. Rotondi came up through the ranks attaining the position of Vice President. In this role, her areas of oversight included development / fundraising, programming, and public and community relations. Ms. Rotondi managed the organization’s ceremonies, programs and educational efforts and internal staff as well as a 100-strong volunteer corps to raise awareness and loyalty across the organization and the various communities they represent. Additionally, Ms. Rotondi developed eight delegations to Southeast Asia and collaborated with Major League Baseball and HBO on the introduction of baseball to Vietnam.