Robin Kelleher currently serves as President and CEO of Hope For The Warriors®, the organization she co-founded in 2006. Robin's entrepreneurship, leadership, and passion has led this highly successful once grassroots effort to national heights, significantly impacting the wounded and fallen communities. Robin is responsible for developing and implementing the strategic direction of the organization, providing budgetary and mission-focused guidance to the growing staff of Hope For The Warriors®. She works directly with the board of directors and plays a key role in developing the board, ensuring the future of the organization. She maintains complete oversight of all operations.
Robin is a member of the Women's Association of Northern Virginia and sits on the Military Family and Veterans Service Organizations of America (MFVSOA) board of directors and is a mentor with Joining Forces Mentoring Plus®. Robin has worked extensively with military families, caring for family units during multiple deployments as the wife of a Marine. Additionally, her experiences as the daughter and granddaughter of United States Soldiers (dating back to World War II) have given her a unique insight into the needs of our service members and their families. This perspective has allowed Robin to develop key programs specifically designed to restore the family unit.
Previously, Robin founded and operated two successful for-profit businesses and one nonprofit organization. She holds a bachelor's degree in business and economics from Randolph Macon College and successfully completed the Executive Leadership course at Duke University in 2012. Robin resides in Northern Virginia with her family.