Carol Vipperman, Senior Advisor & Program Manager for Henry M. Jackson Foundation Leadership Fellows Program.
"Carol joined the Foundation in July 2013, after serving as a consultant for over a year to it and other organizations. Her responsibilities include strategic communications and leading the Henry M. Jackson Leadership Fellows Program. Prior to joining the Foundation, Carol was president and founder of the Foundation for Russian-American Economic Cooperation (FRAEC) a nonprofit organization that for 22 years advanced U.S.-Russia business and community relations. Carol also had a successful career as a consultant and public speaker conducting training courses in marketing, customer service and sales for organizations throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe. She is the author of two books – Marketing Your Service and Professional Selling, both published by Self-Counsel Press. Carol continues to consult part-time for nonprofit organizations. She has a B.A. from the University of Washington in Far Eastern and Slavic Studies, with an emphasis on Russia." 
Resources and articles
- Henry M. Jackson Foundation Carol Vipperman, organizational web page, accessed March 27, 2018.