Julia E. Vollmers

Returnee – U.S. to France, 1997-98

Julia E. Vollmers is a Program Manager with the Federal Government in Washington, DC, with a primary focus in data and technology exploitation, knowledge management and development of custom analytical dashboards for a variety of customers. Prior to her work with the Federal Government, she spent 14 years in technology consulting at Booz Allen Hamilton, providing project management, technology, and contract support to a variety of government and military customers around the DC area.

Outside of her professional career, she is a member of the Junior League of Washington (JLW), an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Within JLW, she currently supports Community Family Life Services (CFLS), a nonprofit that provides children, families, and adults with tools to move beyond poverty and homelessness and also supports women who are returning home after a period of incarceration by assisting them as they move into permanent self-sufficiency.

Julia has a Bachelor of Physics degree from the University of Virginia and an MBA from Georgetown University. She joined the AFS-USA Young Ambassadors from 2018 to 2019 and currently serves as a member of the AFS-USA Board of Directors. She spent her high school junior year living in France through AFS, and after college, continued to volunteer with AFS as a student mentor.

Ms. Vollmers is a native of Richardson, TX, a suburb of Dallas. She currently resides in Northern Virginia where she enjoys spending time with family and friends, foreign travel, cooking, and biking.